Melania Trump steps out in London for event with British schoolchildren

Blanche Robertson
July 15, 2018

Interested in Melania Trump? On the first day of his official visit to Blenheim Palace hosted the gala dinner, where the President and his wife met with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Theresa may, who was accompanied by her husband Philip. The group went on subsequently to begin an arts and crafts session, creating red paper poppies, a symbol designed to remember those who have lost their lives in combat.

The first lady spoke to the schoolchildren in front of a sign referencing her Be Best campaign to teach children the importance of physical, social and emotional health.

The visitation ended with a cheerful game of lawn-bowling amongst the children, veterans, May, and Trump.

The first lady dressed for the occasion in a color-block striped number by Victoria Beckham and a pair of nude patent Christian Louboutin heels.

FLOTUS played bowls with schoolchildren during her visit to London.

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Children waving British and USA flags cheered loudly. "The event highlighted that being the best you can be incorporates honouring the sacrifices of the past and celebrating hope for the future". The President gave an exclusive interview to British tabloid newspaper The Sun and openly criticised May's plans for Brexit proceedings; saying he personally told her what to do, but she "didn't listen to me".

The first lady's appearance came amid her return to the worldwide stage after she was hospitalized in May for a kidney surgery and dropped out of sight for almost a month.

Mrs Trump visited the Royal Chelsea Hospital with Philip May while Donald Trump travelled to the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst to meet Theresa May.

Buckingham Palace confirmed on Wednesday that the visit would see the president and first lady being welcomed by the Queen in the dais of the quadrangle of Windsor Castle.

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