Melania Trump Turns Heads in a Motley Green-Blue Dress during St. Patrick's Day Reception

Kareena Koirala
Mar 15, 2019
06:09 P.M.
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First Lady Melania Trump yet again wowed with her sense of style on Thursday when she stepped out in colorful green and blue dress at the White House for a St. Patrick's Day celebration.




Melania looked as chic as ever in the sleeve mint green, white and blue pattern dress. The dress had buttons down the front that trailed down just below her knees. Her gorgeous look was complemented with a matching belt and mint green high heels.


The First Lady joined president Donald Trump for the presentation of the Shamrock Bowl from the Prime Minister of Ireland, Leo Varadkar.


Be it casual or glamorous, Melania can effortlessly pull off any look. Recently, she donned casual-chic outfit during her visit to Alabama with husband Donald Trump and son Barron.

Meanwhile, a conspiracy theory that First Lady uses a body-double resurfaced on Twitter with the hashtag #FakeMelania.  

President Donald Trump finally had it with it after #FakeMelania conspiracy theories started circulating on social media again. He claims that the photos of his wife were modified to make her look different.


Following up on a segment that aired on ABC’s “The View”, Fox News’ “Fox and Friends” reported on the #FakeMelania theory. “The View” co-hosts previously noted the “woman” with Trump looked shorter in the photos.

Trump blamed the “fake news” for modifying photos and said they are “getting more deranged with time.

Melania’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham took to Twitter to fire back at the comments made by co-hosts of “The View” show.

“@flotus & @potus traveled to Alabama to pay their respects & comfort victims of the tornado devastation,” Grisham tweeted. “In typical fashion, @theview chooses to laugh in the face of tragedy. Shameful,” she wrote in the tweet.

The theories started to surface since October 2017 and generally resurface when Melania makes public appearances with husband Donald Trump.