Melania Trump went with a lovely, light-colored dress as she met with Girl Scouts in the Rose Garden of the White House. The event saw her without a mask alongside her husband.
Melania, 50, opted to go mask-free as she and her husband distributed certificates to several young honorees. They also took photos that may have tested social distancing guidelines.
First Lady Melania Trump and U.S. President Donald Trump Mercedes Benz Superdome on January 13, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images
MELANIA STUNS IN JASON WU
Nonetheless, Melania looked gorgeous in a white Jason Wu dress that was dotted with tiny blue and red flowers. She paired the knee-length piece with neon orange pumps.
As usual, the first lady opted for a loose hairstyle that flaunted her blonde highlights and framed her face well. She later took to social media to speak about the event.
First Lady Melania Trump poses ahead of a dinner at Winfield House on June 04, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
GIVING CREDIT TO YOUNG HELPERS
Over two posts, Melania shared a few photos and gave a rundown of what took place. Blue-collar attendees and some of the girl scouts shared stories that inspired the first lady.
The girl scouts group, Troop 744, are doing their part in helping out amid the nationwide lockdowns due to COVID-19. "This is one of just many examples of the spirit we celebrate through [ the Be Best campaign]," wrote Melania.
Donald and Melania weren't the only ones who went mask-less during the event. Other adult attendees took off their facial gear when they went up to receive awards and speak to the president.
CELEBRATING MOTHER'S DAY
Last Sunday, Melania celebrated Mother's Day with an Instagram video paying tribute to all mothers and motherly figures. In the clip, the mother-of-one went with a soft pink dress that fell below her knees.
The first lady stunned in the $3,000 Gabriela Hearst sleeveless piece. Melania and Donald share a son, Barron, who is 14 years old. Donald's daughter Ivanka, and daughter-in-law, Lara, also celebrated online.
Throughout the video, Melania honored mothers, whom she described as "role models for our children, motivating us to work hard and dream big." She encouraged others to show appreciation for mothers in their lives.
MELANIA DONATES BOXED LUNCHES
Earlier this month, Melania did more than celebrate others who are helping amid the pandemic. She donated 150 lunches to a Maryland hospital, The Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health.
This time, the first lady followed recommendations and had the food delivered using contactless methods in line with social distancing protocols. Melania has donated to other hospitals recently as well.