Melania Trump Stuns in Pale Pink Frock as She Pays Tribute to Fellow Moms & Fans Are Thrilled

Over the weekend, Melania Trump reached out to fellow moms with a heartfelt address in celebration of Mother's Day. Aptly dressed, she exuded as much feminine care in her pale pink dress as she did with her words.

On Sunday, the 50-year-old first lady posted her tribute to other mothers on social media, and fellow American's responded with a big show of support.

First Lady Melania Trump speaks at the Department of Justice National Opioid Summit on March 6, 2020, in Washington, DC. | Source: Getty Images.

First Lady Melania Trump speaks at the Department of Justice National Opioid Summit on March 6, 2020, in Washington, DC. | Source: Getty Images.

Melania kicked off her address by taking a "moment to honor and thank" mothers across the country for their devotion, comfortably seated for the occasion dressed in a $3,000 Gabriela Hearst design in pale pink.

"Mothers serve as role models for our children, motivating us to work hard and dream big," Melania said. "Mothers also play a vital role in society, shaping the morals and values of future generations of our leaders and innovators."

The first lady got to celebrate the holiday with her son Barron and husband President Donald Trump at the White House, and she asked during the address that fellow Americans seize the day by letting their mothers know how much they are appreciated.

In turn, many followers on social media shared their appreciation for Melania and all she did for the nation through her continued efforts with her #BeBest campaign and support amid the novel coronavirus pandemic and wrote:

Follower comments on Melania Trump's Mother's Day address on May 10, 2020. | Source: Instagram/flotus.

Follower comments on Melania Trump's Mother's Day address on May 10, 2020. | Source: Instagram/flotus.

Motherhood is a role Melania takes seriously, and she appears to have a close relationship with her son Barron. During an interview in 2011, the 50-year-old reportedly said that she spends as much time as she possibly can with her son and added:

"Children need your attention, they need to see that you are involved, and they really want their mommy there.”

Netizens respond to First Lady Melania Trump's Mother's Day address on May 10, 2020. | Source: Instagram/flotus.

Netizens respond to First Lady Melania Trump's Mother's Day address on May 10, 2020. | Source: Instagram/flotus.

On a different occasion, Melania shared her hopes of instilling a strong value system in Barron so that he would know the difference between wrong and right. 

As a part of her continued efforts of support, Melania brought some relief to the staff and patients of The Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health with a donation of 150 boxed lunches just last week.

According to a statement by White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham, social distancing regulations were followed through contactless delivery of the packages.

A busy time for Melania Trump, she also recently celebrated the second anniversary of her #BeBest campaign, and like everything else, she did it with a smile and in style.

Since the campaign's start, Melania had traveled all over the world in its support and visited more than 20 classrooms and met with almost 4,000 students whose lives she hoped to improve.

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