Melania Trump's Hair Goes Wild in Extreme Windy Weather (Photos)

Gracious Egedegbe
Apr 17, 2019
09:09 A.M.
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Melania Trump is known to have pretty and flawless hair, but during a trip to "Joint Base Andrews"in Maryland and "Fort Bragg" in North Carolina on April 15th, the wind huffed and puffed, and Melania's hair swept back and forth while most of it beautifully covered her eyes.


That didn't stop Melania as she still proceeded with meeting the military personnel and the children in Maryland and North Carolina, with her messy hair looking like it was part of a show.


Apart from the hair, Melania looked very pretty and comfortable in her inspired military outfit which consisted of an $895 khaki jacket by Alexa Chung and a pair of olive green trousers.

Lots of children then welcomed the first lady, and with a big smile on her face, she later addressed them in the school gym.


Before the trip, the first lady told "HollywoodLife" that she was looking forward to meeting the children in the military. Melania said:

"I am looking forward to learning more about the incredible work that our brave men and women in uniform perform on a daily basis. I am also eager to meet with their children and spouses who sacrifice in ways large and small so that the American people are safe."

The 48-year-old is not the first or only one to suffer this kind of hair malfunction. Her husband and President of the USA, Donald Trump, back in February 2018 was ascending the stairs of air force one when the wind blew his hair and left his sizeable bald spot exposed.


Melania's "hair malfunction" happened after she recently threw a shade through her spokeswoman (Stephanie Grisham) at "Vogue" magazine's editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour after she made insensitive comments when asked why the first lady hasn't been featured on the cover of the magazine yet.


Anna said, after tackling the issue that most of the politicians whose biography appear in the magazine are Democrats:

“I think it’s very, very important to have a point of view, and we profile women in the magazine that we believe in... After the defeat of Secretary Clinton in 2016, we believe that women should have a leadership position and we intend to support them,”

Melania's spokeswoman replied:

"To be on the cover of "Vogue" doesn't define Mrs. Trump, she's been there, done that long before she was First Lady."