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What Melania Trump wore at Mar-a-Lago event with Donald Trump?

Courtesy: Geo News

Melani and Trump were spotted attending a wedding in Florida

Hand in hand with her husband and former United States’ president Donald Trump, Melania Trump was a vision attending a wedding at the Mar-a-Lago in Florida.

The former first lady looked stunning in a long-sleeved, high-necked navy blue dress accessorised with a diamond necklace and dramatic makeup. Both Trump and Melania looked happy and radiant at the gathering, Hola reported.

The ex-first lady wore her hair down in waves while posing for pictures, alongside her husband and model Noy Tawil at the wedding. The former president was seen grinning and looked dapper in a traditional black tuxedo.

Melania avoided the spotlight in December after attending her mother’s funeral in January. Ivanka Trump, among other members of the Trump family, offered her support and kind words about Melania’s mother Amalija Knavs, who passed away at the age of 78.

She was accompanied at the funeral by her father, husband, and son Barron Trump.

Melania said at the time that “her nurturing spirit had no limits, creating a legacy that will last for generations”. She also attracted attention with her stunning appearance and great sense of style. But what set her apart was her constant commitment and diligence.

She also shared a message, that read: “On behalf of my family, I would like to extend our deepest gratitude for the love and support that you have showered upon us throughout this journey of loss and grief,” she wrote. “We will cherish the beautiful memories of my beloved mother, and forever keep her light in our hearts.”

1- Header image: Melania Trump with former president Donald Trump and model Noy Tawil. — Instagram/@nowtawill

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