Melania Trump dazzled in pink and stole all the attention as she joined her husband and the rest of the family for a swanky New Year’s Eve bash.
The First Lady, 47, and the President were joined by their 11-year-old son Barron as they made a dramatic entrance at Mar-a-Lago’s Donald J. Trump Grand Ballroom for the annual party.
Melania shone out in an Emery floral-embroidered sequin ERDEM gown, which reportedly costs around $5,100, while her husband and son looked smart in black tie.
Wearing her hair loose and wavy, she looked the picture of elegance as she smiled at staff.
They were closely followed inside by daughter Ivanka, her husband Jared Kushner and their children Arabella and Joseph.
Ivanka joined her mum when it came to the style stakes, and chose a dramatic cut-out blue dress, flashing her toned legs with a lengthy thigh-split.
According to the Washington Post, tickets to the President’s lavish annual bash rose to $960 ($750 US) per guest this year.
It’s also claimed he’s stepped up security, as this is the first year he’s attended as President.
“It’s a very glam night. I think everyone is even more excited this year than last year, because then he was president-elect, he hadn’t been sworn in,” supporter Toni Holt Kramer told the publication.
At least 600 people are thought to have attended last year, with tickets costing $672 ($525 US) for members and $736 ($575 US) for guests.
It comes after Trump hit back at claims that his wife hates being First Lady of the United States.
Publication Vanity Fair ran an article claiming that Melania never wanted to take up the role when her husband became America’s 45th President.
Titled “She didn’t want this come hell or high water”, the article suggested that Mrs Trump can’t stand living in the White House and despises her role as the First Lady.
It implied that she forced Donald to make a decision about running for presidency and became upset when he went on to win – because it meant that she would have to take on a more serious role.
“This isn’t something she wanted and it isn’t something he ever thought he’d win,” an unidentified friend told the publication.
“She didn’t want this come hell or high water. I don’t think she thought it was going to happen.”