The campaign for the re-election of Donald Trump as president of the United States has officially begun and his family has taken their place in the project.
This is a very important moment not only for Trump as president, but it is also a definitive moment for American families who are facing difficult financial situations as a result of decisions made before his presidency.
To support her father-in-law, Lara Trump was present with her husband Eric Trump at the launch of the 2020 campaign from Orlando, Florida and how could it be otherwise, she looked spectacular with a beautiful pink dress that allowed her to show off her baby belly.
By the time she was with her father-in-law in front of the more than 20,000 attendees who came to give him support, she changed the pink dress for a white outfit, along with all the rest of Trump children.
Lara, 36, is Donald Trump's campaign advisor and is currently in her sixth month of pregnancy. She completed the look of her pink dress with a crossed chest and bare shoulders, with a metal wallet hanging from her shoulder, a large leather bag, and cream white shoes.
It really was the dress of the day, making her small belly look charming and looking very elegant with her high heel shoes, maybe too high for her condition, but showing that she can move with them safely.
Her image looked discreet with very few jewels, a smartwatch on her right wrist and her engagement ring and wedding ring. His blonde hair stood out wearing loose waves and he kept holding a bottle of water during the event.
The television presenter, with experience in Foxs News, shared images through Instagram when she arrived at the group's event inside the Amway Center. They were escorted by the secret service agents, responsible for their safety.
Lara was very excited about the beginning of the campaign, so much so that she shared a photo of herself on Instagram promoting the rally in Florida with the legend: Who is ready? Later she chose a ruched sleeveless dress to attend the rally.
Sporting a big smile, she addressed the crowd to kick off the event that marks the beginning of Trump's career for his second term in the presidency of the world's most influential country.