On Monday, the White House East Wing discharged Melania Trump’s photo stating, “Taken in her new living arrangement at the White House,” as indicated by the official statement released. Trump, 46, a previous mold model, is imagined from just beneath the midsection up, wearing a dark jacket and a dark, sparkly scarf tied around her neck. Her arms are crossed with her left deliver front, where a colossal precious stone ring sparkles on her ring finger.
Trump expressed, “I am honored to serve in the role of First Lady, and look forward to working on behalf of the American people over the coming years.” According to the photograph credit, the photo was taken by an Agence France Press picture taker, Regine Mahaux.
Trump’s new press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, likewise tweeted about the representation discharge. Trump’s office did not state where in the White House the photograph was taken. At the point when previous first woman Michelle Obama’s authentic representations were discharged, in 2009 and afterward in 2013, the photographs were taken in the Blue Room and the Green Room, separately.