Melania Trump Wears Hard Hat as She Visits Site of New White House Tennis Pavilion
Melania Trump has taken it upon herself to oversee the ongoing White House renovations.
While the Trump administration has taken measures to fight the coronavirus outbreak, Melania Trump is taking no chances as she checked in on the progress of the construction of the White House's new tennis pavilion.
In addition to the white hard hat, the 49-year-old wore a black turtleneck dress that came with flared sleeves, as she overlooked blueprints with the contractors on site. Through the post's caption, Melania explained:
"I am excited to share the progress of the Tennis Pavillion at @WhiteHouse. Thank you to the talented team for their hard work and dedication."
It would be recalled that Melania had broken ground on the tennis pavilion, back in October 2019, when she appeared in her notable stiletto heels.
[President Trump], wanted top tennis player, Rafael Nadal, to join King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia for a visit to the US.
As at that time, she had released a statement where she had said she hopes that the space would "function as a place to gather and spend leisure time for First Families."
The mother-of-one's appearance at the construction site came after she returned from India, where she attended a "happiness class" at a government-run school.
Thank you Sarvodaya School for welcoming me with the lovely Tilak & Aarti tradition! pic.twitter.com/qRiKPE9rcS— Melania Trump 45 Archived (@FLOTUS45) February 27, 2020
According to Time, the school's curriculum fit together with her "Be Best" initiative to teach children and young adults to avoid drugs, be kind, and look after themselves.
During her visit to the school, Melania had spent time with watched a yoga practice and spent time talking to kindergarten students.
Meanwhile, Express reported that Melania's husband, Donald, wanted top tennis player, Rafael Nadal, to join King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia for a visit to the US.The report explained that Felipe and Letizia's meeting with Donald was to;
"reaffirm our commitments to stand together to address today's shared global challenges."
There are, however, some speculations that Nadal might turn down the offer as the visitation period falls right in the middle of his favored clay-court season. Fans are curious to see how Nadal would react to Trump's invitation.