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How Melania Trump attempts to look like ‘beautiful princess from a fairy tale’

Melania read a book called The Little Rabbit in the video posted to her social media. A tweet posted by her Twitter account said: “Happy Easter! While I am not able to read to children during the #WHEasterEggRoll, I would still like to honor the annual tradition & share a reading from one of my favorite Easter’s books.” [sic]

The First Lady looked lovely in a green dress, with a green leather belt.

She wore green pointed-toe, stiletto-heeled pumps in the same green, likely from Manolo Blahnik BB pumps.

Fans of the First Lady left delighted messages. One wrote: “What’s a beautiful story and message, thank you First Lady!” [sic]

Another said: “Love her!! Sad there’s no #EasterEggRoll she works so hard on that!”

READ MORE: Melania Trump body language reveals why she did not ’embrace’ role of First Lady

Melania Trump: Donald’s wife attempts to look like a ‘princess’ during coronavirus (Image: GETTY)

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Melania Trump: Usually she reads to children at the White House over Easter (Image: TWITTER/MELANIATRUMP)

Body language expert Judi James told Express.co.uk the First Lady was emulating royalty with her body language.

She claimed Melania is trying to “appear like the beautiful princess from a fairy tale.”

Judi said: “If you’re going to impress small kids you either adopt the traditional story lady look, wearing fun casuals and the kind of body language that makes you appear natural, agile and accessible.

“Or you do a Melania Trump, sitting ram-rod upright and perfectly groomed in a way that prohibits all movement to appear like the beautiful princess from a fairy tale.”

She went on: “Only Melania could have carried this stilted, fashion-plate pose off and from Melania the amount of effort put into looking unrealistically perfect is probably endearing rather than a sign of vanity.

“Melania presents elegance, modesty and what looks like an obsessive eye to detail.

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“Her vocal tone is soft and adds the warmth to a rigid and stilted non-verbal delivery.”

The body language expert also claimed the First Lady is bringing is a sense of “reassuring sense of resilience” to the US.

Melania Trump: Melania read a book called The Little Rabbit in the video (Image: GETTY)

She said: “The overstated perfection of the Melania look might not be to UK tastes right now but during the current crisis there might just be something about that not-a-hair-out-of-place coiffure and those killer heels that match the dress perfectly that suggest a reassuring sense of resilience and continuity to the people of the US.

“Melania presents elegance, modesty and what looks like an obsessive eye to detail.

“Her vocal tone is soft and adds the warmth to a rigid and stilted non-verbal delivery.”

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Melania has been keeping followers updated on her Instagram account though.

She recently wrote: “Greetings to our American seniors. The changes in our everyday lives will not last forever & we will be able to visit with our loved ones soon again.

“I encourage you to stay in touch, keep your spirits high & remember, all of America is working together to keep you healthy & safe.”

On another occasion she said: “We salute essential workers in the health care industry who are fighting to save lives.

“We thank those who put themselves at risk to keep our grocery stores, pharmacies & gas stations open. Those who ensure that our power plants & factories are up & running, that we have internet & phones to stay in touch. Those delivering mail & packages to all us at home & keeping the shelves stocked. Our deepest gratitude & appreciation goes to each & every one of you.”

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