First Lady Melania Shines In Custom-Made Outfit Reminiscent Of The Late Princess Diana

This Monday, First lady Melania wore a dress reminiscent of the late Princess Diana as she accompanied her husband President Donald Trump on the family’s first state trip to the United Kingdom.

The First Lady’s gorgeous dress was noticeably similar to a white outfit worn by the Princess Diana in 1991 while she attended a parade in London. The event was to celebrate Gulf War veterans’ homecoming, which Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family presided over.

Princess Diana’s hat was a custom design by British artist Marina Killery, who made hats for London society at the time. The Princess of Wales was reportedly one of Killery’s most loyal clients.

First Lady Melania wore a white Dolce & Gabbana suit with a custom hat by Herve Pierre – her personal designer and wardrobe adviser – as she was welcomed to the U.K., according to East Wing spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham.

First Lady Melania’s look was completed with navy blue high heels and belt, in which she looked as mesmerizing as ever.

After the first family landed on the lawn of Buckingham Palace via Marine One, they were greeted by Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, who similarly donned a white dress with matching hat, pairing it with cream and light brown accessories and pearl jewelry to complement her three-quarter sleeve dress.

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It has been nearly one year since President Trump and First Lady Melania first met with the Queen at Windsor Castle in July 2018. The state visit will continue tonight with a state banquet at the Buckingham Palace.

Pelosi Brings Up First Lady Melania & Her Parents While Slamming Trump’s Merit-Based Immigration Proposal

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is attacking the president’s immigration proposal and she didn’t mind taking a swipe at his wife and the first lady’s family.

President Trump recently proposed an immigration plan which would include changing from a family-based system to merit-based immigration, which would value and prefer skilled workers and people who speak English.

Speaking to a crowd at the Commonwealth Club of California event on Wednesday, Nancy Pelosi questioned if the first lady Melania and her parents could have become American citizens if Trump’s merit-based system were in place.

“I don’t know if merit counted for when his wife’s family came into the country,” Nancy Pelosi stated. “I don’t know. Maybe it did. God bless them if it did. But he calls that ‘chain migration,’ which he wants to get rid of.”

As the first lady’s immigration lawyer previously told The Hill, she was born in Slovenia and her parents became American citizens after “years” of processing, then garnering the citizenship through the family-based system.

“Should we attach a green card to the diploma of so many scientists and engineers and all the rest and graduate students who train in the U.S. so that they can stay here?” Nancy Pelosi continued.

“Of course. But that’s not the point. The point is that the president does not share the view of even Ronald Reagan and two Bushes in recent history.” She added.

While Nancy Pelosi slammed President Trump’s merit-based immigration proposal, Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw stated that it’s the “right move” because “[…] we should favor higher-skilled workers and give them a leg-up over simple family ties, which is what our current system is.”

The President is expected to offer a “very dramatic” statement on Thursday or the next day on immigration and the current situation on our southern border amid the border crisis as migrant apprehension numbers soar.

First Lady Melania’s Breathtaking Japan Wardrobe Was Her Very Best Look So Far

Following a welcome ceremony by Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako in Japan, First Lady Melania enjoyed a day of performances showing off the culture of the country.

The visit to Japan by the President and the first lady is a significant event since it marks the first time a world leader has met with Japan’s new emperor.

Sporting red stiletto pumps and a white Carolina Herrera dress with floral prints, first lady Melania split from her husband for the day after they were given a proper welcome to Japan. While President Trump spoke with political leaders about cooperation between our two countries, first lady Melania made her way to Tokyo’s Akasaka Palace Annex, one of the guests houses owned by the nation’s government, where she was entertained by a string of performances promoting the traditional cultures of Japan.

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Along with Japan’s Premier Shinzo Abe’s wife Akie Abe, first lady Melania also met with the founder and members of Shine On! Kids, a charity that works to help keep sick children active and positive. They even train dogs to play with children to keep their attitudes strong through trying times.

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The organization’s founder is actually an American citizen who lost her son to cancer in Japan. Her name is Kimberly Forsythe.

After witnessing the wonderful charity work, first lady Melania was an audience to a flute performance renowned flutist Yosuke Irie. She was also shown dancing and a flower arranging demonstration called Ikebana, all of which Melania seemed to enjoy based on pictures released from the event.

After experiencing the culture of the land, the first lady enjoyed a private lunch with Abe and then later reconnected with her husband President Trump.


President Trump and First lady Melania’s visit to Japan began on Saturday and the festivities will continue through Monday evening when President Trump will be the guest of honor at a banquet at the palace, which will be hosted by the country’s new emperor.

First Lady Melania Turns Heads Wearing a Beautiful Navy Blue Jumpsuit In Tokyo

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.

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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.

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“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.”

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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.

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First Lady Melania Shines Wearing Gorgeous White Print Dress Ahead Of Visit To Japan

First lady Melania definitely turned heads this Friday after she stepped out wearing a beautiful white print dress at the White House ahead of her trip to Tokyo.

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Melania looked just as stunning as ever wearing a long-sleeve, button-up white collared dress with a colorful graphic print pattern that went down past her knees as she joined her husband President Trump ahead of their three-day trip to Japan.

The first lady completed her amazing look with loose hair, a brown belt and navy blue high heels with a red bottom.

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Despite the windy weather conditions, first lady Melania Trump truly shined in the fun spring look. She always knows what to wear, whatever the occasion.

This Thursday, first lady Melania and President Donald Trump made a surprise visit to Arlington National Cemetery to place flags on the graves of soldiers and pay their respects ahead of Memorial Day.

“Honored to be at @ArlingtonNatl today & take part in #FlagsIn to remember our fallen heroes. God Bless our military, their families & God Bless our great Nation! @USArmyOldGuard,” the first lady captioned her post on Instagram, along with a few pictures from the visit.

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First lady Melania always looks amazing no matter what the occasion. It’s a real shame that mainstream media refuses to put her in any of their spot lights.

Melania Trump Acknowledges The ‘Price of This Country’s Security’ as She Praised Wounded Warriors at Walter Reed

American soldiers who made the sacrifice to secure their country were showered with gratitude from first lady Melania Trump.

The first lady visited Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, on Wednesday,and spoke with two wounded soldiers and their families, and presented the Purple Heart to a third military member. Walter Reed provides services to over 1 million beneficiaries each year.

“God bless all of our men & women in uniform, thank you for the sacrifices you make in order to keep us all safe,” Trump’s spokesperson Stephanie Grisham wrote in context to the visit.

First lady Melania also shared images from her trip, writing in a caption, “Prayers for a swift recovery & thank you to the incredible leadership & staff at Walter Reed. God bless all our men & women who serve!”

During her visit, the first lady presented the Purple Heart award, a decoration awarded to military members wounded or killed while serving, to a military member injured while serving our country.

“I want to thank the service members I met today,” said first lady Melania.

“As each of them recovers, we are reminded of the cost of our country’s security. I am grateful to each of these warriors and their families for what they sacrifice for our country. The President and I will always stand with our men and women in uniform. I also want to thank all the medical leadership and staff at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for the care and support they give our military members.” She continued.

First lady Melania shared pictures of the visit on Twitter along with expressing her honor to meet some of Americas wounded warriors.

“Wonderful to be back at @WRBethesda today. It was an honor to present the Purple Heart & meet some of our wounded warriors. Prayers for a swift recovery & thank you to the incredible leadership & staff at Walter Reed. God bless all our men & women who serve!” Melania posted.

At a recent trip to Fort Bragg in North Carolina to visit military families on April 15, first lady Melania explained how it is a “great honor to be first lady of this incredible country” and opened up about her desire to serve as the first lady for a second term.

First Lady Melania Vows To Help Children Reach Their ‘Full Potential’ At ‘Be Best’ Anniversary

First lady Melania marks one year of her “Be Best” campaign as she continues to strive to educate and encourage children throughout the world.

On Tuesday, the White House held an anniversary celebration for Melania’s initiative, launched on May 7, 2018, with a mission to highlight children’s well-being and combating the opioid crisis.

One year after it’s launch, Melania acknowledged that over the past year, her office has listened to families about situations that affect the next generation of children, and is now expanding two of the initiative’s three pillars.

On Tuesday, the First Lady announced that she is expanding one pillar to include online safety and expanding the focus of her opioid crisis pillar to include children of all ages.

President Trump, accompanied by Vice President Pence, attended Tuesday’s ceremony at the Rose Garden in support of First Lady Melania.

“There is no greater gift you can give to this country,” Melania said, thanking the organizations who have partnered with her campaign to help children around the world.

Through out her campaign, the first lady has visited schools, hospitals, children’s centers, 15 U.S. states, and nine international countries, in an attempt to promote and highlight her initiative. She has also met with over 30 foreign diplomats and head of state spouses.

The First Lady reiterated her goal with “Be Best” to “help children reach their full potential so they can grow up happy, healthy and contribute positively to society and the world.”

“With that goal always in mind, we must continue our work to do what we can to affect positive change for our children,” she added.

“In my time as first lady of the United States, I will continue to make every effort to promote the many successful well-being, character, and education programs that exist today,” first lady Melania vowed.

She continued: “I will continue speaking with and learning from leaders in technology industry in order to raise awareness around the importance of safe and positive online behaviors. I will continue working with those who are fighting the epidemic and stigma of drug addiction. I will continue to travel and speak to children directly about some of the challenges they face every day. I’m committed to visiting more schools, hospitals, organizations, and companies to promote ‘Be Best.’”

In addition, Melania announced that she will be embarking on an international trip this fall to promote “Be Best.” The first lady didn’t reveal the location as “details are still coming together.”

She also her hope that “together we can be best at helping children and families find effective ways to educate themselves and become part of the solution to so many problems and issues facing kids today.”

“Let’s join together in committing to help children dream big, think big, and do all they can to be best in everything they do,” first lady Melania declared in her closing remarks.

First Lady Melania Shines In White Sheer Lace Dress At The White House Presidential Medal of Freedom Ceremony

First Lady Melania Trump definitely turned heads on Monday when she stepped out in a gorgeous white lace dress during the White House Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony for Tiger Woods.

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Melania looked just as stunning as ever wearing a sleeveless sheer number that went down past her knees as she joined her husband President Trump to celebrate the legendary golfer with the nation’s highest civilian honor.

The First Lady’s gorgeous look was completed with loose hair and taupe-colored high heels.

During the White House ceremony, President Donald Trump praised Tiger Woods as “one of the greatest athletes in the history of sports” who has “inspired millions of young” and has become “a global symbol of American excellence,” per a White House pool report.

“Tiger, we are inspired by everything you’ve become and attained. The job you’ve done is incredible,” President Trump said to Woods.

First Lady Melania Trump always looks perfect no matter what the occasion, as we have noted many times before. Most recently, The First Lady shined bright when she showed up in a sleeveless lace vanilla dress at the National Day of Prayer dinner.

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Melania’s Perfect Spring-Style Nature-Green Dress Turned Heads On National Day of Prayer

First Lady Melania stunned the crowd on Thursday morning, when she joined her husband President Trump at a National Day of Prayer service in the Rose Garden.

The first couple exited the White House together and made their way into the Rose Garden, where they both addressed their guests
Melania’s ensemble looked as though it had been inspired by the outdoor setting of the service, which was held in the sunlight outside

The 49-year-old mother-of-one happily held President Trump’s hand as they made their way out into the open area from the White House, and she stood by his side as he addressed the crowd, which included several victims of last weekend’s California synagogue shooting.

Embracing the warm spring weather, the First Lady chose to go bare-legged and bare-armed for the service, wearing an elegant forest-green colored dress that was cinched in at her waist by a thin belt.

Melania’s ensemble looked as though it had been inspired by the outdoor setting of the service, which was held in the sunlight outside
The first couple put on an incredibly intimate display, holding hands and hugging one another throughout the emotional event
Melania introduced her husband on-stage and they exchanged a quick kiss, before he proceeded to praise her work as first lady

First Lady Melania paired her green frock with a pair of pale floral-patterned heels that looked perfectly at home on the Rose Garden grass.

The First Lady and her husband made their way out to the open space together, clasping hands as they greeted the guests, before making their way to the microphone to speak to the attending crowd.

Menalia’s spring look was immediately noticed by reporters as they started flashing their cameras at the First Lady in an instant. The first couple exchanged a good luck kiss, before President Trump took the stage.

The first lady spoke at the podium ahead of her husband, welcoming the guests to the service, before inviting her husband to the microphone
During her speech, President  Trump stood behind his wife with his arms crossed in front of him, appearing to listen intently as she spoke

Once they took the stage, a glowing Melania introduced her husband, who happily praised his wife for all her hard work as first lady, before calling for a fight against anti-Semitism in the wake of Saturday’s devastating synagogue shooting in California.

“We will fight with all our strength and everything that we have in our bodies to defeat anti-Semitism,'”President Donald Trump said to the crowd.

During his own speech, Trump called for an all-out fight against anti-Semitism in the wake of Saturday’s devastating synagogue shooting in California
After introducing Trump, Melania took a seat and applauded him from the front row

The outdoor ceremony follows a National Day of Prayer dinner hosted by the first couple at the White House on Wednesday evening, when the President gave his remarks about the importance of unity and paid tribute to the victims of the California synagogue shooting and Sri Lanka Easter bombings.

First Lady Melania All Ready For Easter Wearing A Gorgeous Sleeveless Floral Dress

First Lady Melania looked completely ready for Easter and spring this Sunday when she stepped out in a pretty colorful dress for church in Palm Beach, Florida.


Melania looked as striking as ever in the sleeveless floral number that hit at her knees as she joined her husband President Trump and the rest of the family for Easter church services at the Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea.

She wore the beautiful dress belted at the waist to highlight her perfect slim figure.

First Lady Melania’s gorgeous spring look was completed with loose hair, a lavender-colored belt and purple high heels.


Later, President Trump and First Lady Melania had brunch at Mar-a-Lago with their family before returning to the White House this afternoon,” Steven Groves, deputy press secretary, shared per a White House pool report.

The family looked beautiful together as they smiled for reporters. Later on, first lady Melania went to Twitter and wished everyone a blessed Easter. “Wishing everyone a blessed #Easter!”

FLOTUS always looks beautiful no matter what the occasion, as we have reported numerous times. Most recently, First Lady Melania turned heads when she stepped out in a gorgeous short-sleeve white dress and stunning floral coat on Thursday for the trip to Florida for the Easter weekend festivities with her family.

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President Donald Trump had his favorite classic look on, wearing a navy blue suit with a red tie and dark dress shoes.

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