When it comes to fashion, the First Lady of the United States sure knows how to bring her a-game. Melania Trump was spotted in another fabulous coat as she celebrated Valentine’s Day away from Donald Trump.
The 47-year-old opted for a bright red Calvin Klein wrap coast while she visited the Children’s Inn at the National Institute of Health. Her jacket is believed to have cost U$2,995 (A$3,724).
Ahead of her visit, Melania took to Twitter to tell her 9.84 million followers how excited she was for the day ahead. “Looking forward to a very sweet afternoon visiting @theChildrensInn & celebrating Valentine’s Day with some kids at @NIH! #HappyValentinesDay,” she tweeted.
She wore her beautiful brown locks down for the outing, matching a sensible pair of black heels to top of her look. As usual, her makeup was on point as she happily smiled and interacted with families and children during the day.
During her special visit, Melania was a very special guest at a party for sick children. She was spotted getting into the party spirit by decorating biscuits with some of the children.
She helped kids spread the message of love and could be spotted helping some children who needed some help adding icing and decorations to their treats.
She was also seen making her own Valentine’s Day cards. She happily handed them out to kids and their families as she interacted with children throughout the day.
Her visit was broadcast live on The Children’s Inn Facebook page, where parents of some of the children left comments to thank the First Lady for taking time out of her very busy schedule to interact with their kids.
One mother wrote: “So awesome! That you First Lady for making these kids’ day! Austin will tell me all about this wonderful experience when he gets home”. Another said: “She is at one of the places that Makes AMERICA Great,” while third person added: “Wonderful for these children and families”.
It’s not the first time that Melania has interacted with children. A mother herself, she recently showed off her nurturing nature when she met more children at another children’s hospital earlier this month.
“Yesterday’s visit to @CincyChildrens was very informative,” she said of that visit. “Learned their latest studies on babies exposed to opioids during pregnancy & the development of NAS. Enjoyed my time with children who are patients there!”
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