This Saturday, first lady Melania Trump looked as gorgeous as ever when she stepped out in a beautifull navy blue jumpsuit during her tour of a museum in Tokyo, Japan.
First lady Melania definitely turned heads in the long-sleeve number that had a white pipping throughout as she joined Akie Abe, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s wife, for a tour of the teamLab Borderless exhibit at the MORI Building Digital Art Museum.
The first lady’s perfect look was completed with loose hair, a matching navy blue belt and flats.
“The tour will include stops into several of the exhibits – including a flower room, waterfall room, crystal room, cave room, lamp room, wave room and landscape exhibit– each made up of light shows and interactive demonstrations,” per a FLOTUS pool report.
“Mrs. Trump and Mrs. Abe will be met by Mrs. Hagerty, spouse of the Ambassador to Japan, and Mrs. Sugiyama, spouse of the Japanese Ambassador to the United States, in the aquarium and join the children in designing sea creature creations,” the report added.
First lady Melania and Akie Abe joined dozens of schoolchildren at an interactive digital museum in Tokyo where they drew aquatic animals for a digitally projected aquarium that was displayed on a wall.
The first lady drew a fish for a girl named Julia and wrote underneath it: “Julia, Best Wishes, Melania Tump.”
First lady Melania Trump always looks classy no matter what the occasion. Last Friday, Melania got everyone’s attention showing up wearing a beautiful silk white print dress as she and her husband President Trump left the White House for their three day trip to Japan.