Melania Trump stuns with a colorful stylish outfit as she comforts schoolboy in the White House

Rodolfo Vieira
Apr 10, 2018
09:35 A.M.
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Children are the future and they must be offered all the support possible to make sure that they follow their dreams and are able to make them come true.


Melania Trump knows that very well, which was why she hosted, along with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, a session with a couple of middle school students on Monday, April 9, 2018.

The event was held at the famous Blue Room, within the White House, and it allowed the children to let the First Lady know about the struggles that they had to face on a daily basis, as reported by the Daily Mail.

The former model was a little late for the session, but DeVos started it off by asking the children, whose ages ranged from 10 to 13, to write down their experience at the White House in a little journal.


When Melania appeared, she was wearing a red long-sleeved sweater that was carefully tucked into her denim skirt, which had a matching red stitching and a zipper on the front.

According to the source, the 47-year-old greeted the 13 students. In total, ten currently attend public school, while two are home-schooled. The last one goes to a private charter school.


The First Lady started off by asking everyone their names, what they liked to do for fun and to share a story that she would like to hear. Every single one of them had their chance to shine.

As reported by the Daily Mail, Melania suggested that everyone should write, on a digital whiteboard, what they were feeling. She wrote the word 'excited' because she was very happy to have the children there.


The students followed her example. Some wrote 'respected,' others 'grateful' and 'nervous,' and one even jotted down the word 'excited.' 

In fact, the boy, whose identity is yet to be revealed, was so excited that he knocked down a glass of water.

He immediately gasped, believing that he was in trouble, but Melania quickly stepped in and put her arm on his back saying that it was ok and that he had nothing to worry about.