Melania Trump flaunts legs in a black midi dress and red heels helping children to track Santa
On Christmas Eve, First Lady Melania Trump had all eyes on her when she stepped out at the White House in looking as elegant as ever. She wore a black and red ensemble.
The first lady and her husband President Donald Trump were receiving calls for the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Santa Tracker.
First Lady Melania Trump, 48, flashed her legs in a black midi dress. On her feet, she wore festive red heels as she sat in a chair.
The first lady looked stunning in the long-sleeve number that reached just below her knees. She was joined by President Donald Trump, 72, who matched her in a black suit and red tie.
For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. The presidential couple was taking calls from children who were calling from all over the country.
The children were curious about Santa Claus’ whereabouts on Christmas Eve. The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) had calls patched through to the White House lines for the occasion.
Melania completed her look by styling her hair loosely and wearing red high heels. She and the president took calls in the State Dining Room at the White House.
The first lady took to Twitter to share a number of pictures were she and her husband were seen smiling as they spoke on their respective phones. She revealed how much she had enjoyed the task.
“Helping children across the country track #Santa is becoming one of my favorite traditions! @Potus and I enjoyed working with @NORADSanta - #ChristmasEve”
NORAD uses technologically-advanced satellites to track Santa as he and his reindeers ride through the skies. The tracker is distinguishable for its 3D model of Father Christmas and his reindeer that move in real-time.
On the same day, the presidential couple attended Christmas Eve mass at the National Cathedral. They attended the service which was officially titled "The Eve of the Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ Festival Holy Eucharist."
The packed service was streamed live on the National Cathedral's website.