Melania Trump Looks Elegant in Black Dress as She Urges People to Stay Safe and Healthy
Melania Trump slays in a black outfit as she urges Americans to keep practicing the appropriate procedures to ensure health and safety during the current health pandemic.
Melania Trump has continued her practice of putting out videos in which she encourages Americans to stick to the health guidelines given to them by the CDC to curtail the spread of the novel coronavirus.
U.S. first lady Melania Trump attends a Federal Partners in Bullying Prevention summit at the Health Resources and Service Administration August 20, 2018 in Rockville, Maryland. | Photo: Getty images
Donald Trump celebrated [Melania Trump's] 50th birthday by sending his wishes to her through his Twitter feed.
The eye-catching dress turned out to be a Ralph Lauren wool midi dress which comes with three-quarter sleeves and a midi hemline.
The simple yet elegant dress also features a button detail on the shoulder, which only added to the First Lady’s classiness. With over 180,000 views and thousands of comments, it is clear that her followers were also intrigued by her outfit.
Fans' comment from Melania Trump's Instagram post. | Photo: instagram.com/flotus
In fact, more than one person stated that Melania is a “classy and elegant First Lady” in the comment section. While more people simply complimented her on her accent, others asked her to keep staying safe.
The mother-of-one’s post comes barely a week after Today divulged that she sent care packages to hospitals in ten states for healthcare workers and children.
The packages were sent to hospitals in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Florida, Ohio, Tennessee, Delaware, Texas, New York, Nevada, and the District of Columbia, according to the Associated Press.
The First Lady, however, did not disclose which hospitals in each state received the comfort items, which included blankets and caps, pencils, stickers, backpacks, books, and games for kids.
The media outlet recounted that Melania, who was born on April 26, 1970, moved to the United States from Slovenia in 1996.
The site added that businesswoman and former fashion model married the current President of the United States in 2005, and their son, Barron, was born the following year.