The First Lady wowed in a form-fitting black gown with a dramatic slit up the front, in a series of nostalgic photos uploaded to her FLOTUS Twitter account yesterday. Melania posed up a storm in a never seen before snap from the 2018 Governors Ball, as she prepares to host this year’s event alongside her husband at the White House.
Melania tweeted: “Looking forward to hosting members of the @governors_nga & their spouses at the @WhiteHouse Governor’s Ball tomorrow night. It is an annual tradition to come together for a bipartisan gala to strengthen the friendships between states & their leaders.”
In other pictures added to the jaw-dropping post, Melania showed off her exceptional physique as she cosied up with husband Donald for a sweet display of public affection.
Melania has legions of loyal fans who often enjoy seeing the FLOTUS’S latest ensembles, and this time was no different as her followers gushed over the scintillating images.
One commented: “The most beautiful first lady ever!!! Thank you Melania!”
Another responded: “Elegant, classic and timeless style. What a First Lady!”
A third said: “More beautiful with every passing year! We are happily praying for your family Melania for guidance, discernment, and safety. 4 more years of grace!”
A fourth exclaimed: “I’m happy to hear you are planning to be very involved in the 2020 campaign! We love our FLOTUS!”
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The proceeds from the events will be to benefit ‘Trump Victory’ (a joint fundraising account for the Trump 2020 campaign) and the Republican National Committee.
The President is a regular on the donor circuit, but Melania is a newcomer to the political fundraiser scene.
Before the 2018 midterm elections, the first lady sent out a fundraising appeal defending her husband.
She said: “Democrats and the opposition media are doing everything they possibly can to discredit Donald with false accusations by spreading their fake news and making it appear that he does not have the support of America’s voter.”