March 24, 2017

Melania Trump Is 'Miserable' as First Lady

17 February 2017, 12:35 | Felicia Christensen

Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States as Melania Trump looks

Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States as Melania Trump looks

But sources say the first lady no longer even leaves Trump Tower to take the 10-year-old to school. Though another source counters that Melania Trump is "very happy with her life and supporting her husband and family", this only scratches the surface of what could be expected of her in the next four years.

He added that Ms Trump was "staying hidden more", in New York's Trump tower, where she has remained so their son Barron can go to school.

Reiterated family friend, stylist Phillip Bloch, 'This life wasn't her dream. "It was Donald's" and "Truthfully, it's a lot to cope with".

Yet, Melania hasn't expressed much public interest in taking on an active role as first lady, though she has suggested in interviews that she wants to make social media less negative and curb bullying. "It has only been a short time since the inauguration and the first lady is going to go about her role in a pragmatic and thoughtful way that is unique and authentic to her".

Melania Trump has been falsely accused of working for an escort service - a charge she defended herself against in court, winning one of the cases, and continuing her fight against another outlet.

However Melania was recently seen living it up Florida, leaving freezing cold NY behind for the lavish holiday home she shares with Donald.

Yes kids, 'Melania's First lady eau de toilete- I sprinkle a dash before mingling with high world dignitaries.

The Slovenian-born mum and former model is feeling totally trapped. As for the First Lady, she is assured that " she is very happy and that she gives all her support to her husband and her family ".

More recently, Melania was seen meeting Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, and his wife Sara at the White House.

After school, they both stay in, with Barron doing his homework and watching cartoons, USA said.

'Don't let her smile [in the photographs] fool you, ' told a source via US. 'She hates this'.

So many trials and criticisms that make his first steps of First Lady very hard.

In the midst of reopening the White House for tours, she has assured that she will be preserving and continuing the vegetable garden that was planted by the former First Lady, Michelle Obama.

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