Published On: Thu, Jun 7th, 2018

Melania Trump news: ‘Missing’ First Lady shows of curves after rumours | Style | Life & Style

Melania Trump, 47, appeared at the Federal Emergency Management Agency Headquarters yesterday.

The former-model, from Slovenia, sat by her husband Donald Trump’s side.

Looking defiant, the First Lady showed off her impeccable style.

She wore a beige coat that took a nod from safari style.

The midi coat had a wide collar and large pockets on the breast.

A belt nipped in the pleated number at the waist showing of Melania’s fabulous curves.

The mother-of-one to Barron Trump, 12, wore dark eye make-up an her brown hair smooth and sleek.

She sat alongside her husband who wore a navy blue suit and a navy and white striped tie.

She added a pair of python skin heels, a favourite of the First Lady.

The couple were at the National Response Coordination Center inside the FEMA headquarters in Washington.

Donald Trump made a speech at the event, and Melania smiled and applauded her husband.

At the event the president referred to his wife as “our great First Lady” and said: “She went through a little rough patch but she’s doing great.”

He added: “The people love you … thank you, honey.”

The First Lady is recovering from a kidney operation and won’t accompany the president to Quebec on Friday or to Singapore next week.

The First Lady was seen yesterday too when she appeared at the White House wearing black.

Melania Trump appeared at the White House after a flurry of internet users began asking “where is Melania?” began on Twitter

One Twitter user asked: “Where is Melania Trump? Is she OK? Why doesn’t the media care? @FLOTUS Please come out in public and let us know you are still OK!”

Another said: “It’s now been 24 days since Melania Trump was last seen in public. This is NOT normal. What the hell is going on?? #WhereIsMelania”.

Melania tweeted: “Tonight @POTUS & I were honored to pay tribute to our fallen heroes.

“Thank you to the Gold Star families that joined us in celebration & remembrance.”

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