“Melania has seen photos of the Trump baby blimp, and she doesn’t find it funny in the slightest, she thinks it’s mortifying,” a source close to the first lady tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “The fact that something so blatantly mocking and disrespectful to the most powerful man in the world would be permitted to fly in the air whilst he is visiting a foreign country speaks legions to her about how her husband’s presidency is viewed internationally.” Trump’s wife is also concerned about how the British people will be viewing her and her husband during the trip.
First lady Melania Trump pets a baby elephant, accompanied by CEO Angela Sheldrick (center) and Kenya's first lady Margaret Kenyatta (right) at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya. Trump took part in a baby elephant feeding on Friday as she visited a national park in Kenya to highlight conservation efforts. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis, Pool). The first lady spent time with a herd of elephants in the park and fed formula to two that are being raised at the park. She reached out to others, patting one’s back and stroking the ear of another.
First Lady Melania Trump got an unexpected surprise during a trip to Kenya when a baby elephant gave her a playful nudge, throwing the First Lady off-balance for a moment. Trump visited the Nairobi National Park in the Kenyan capital city as a part of her first extended solo international trip as the First Lady. This is also Trump’s first visit to Africa. During her time at the national park, Trump fed baby elephants formula and went on a safari, all with the goal of supporting wildlife conservation efforts. She also visited an orphanage in Nairobi, where she was seen dancing with the children
Melania Trump feeds a baby elephant formula milk. [Courtesy]. In summary. This is Melania’s first solo tour to Africa. Melania seeks information on East Africa’s plans to conserve wildlife. She will be in Kenya for two days before leaving for Cairo. United States First Lady Melania Trump on Friday joined her Kenyan counterpart Margaret Kenyatta in feeding a baby elephant at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Melania is on a solo African tour, which started on Tuesday. Her first stop was Accra, Ghana, after which she flew to Malawi on Thursday. Her tour will end with a stop at Cairo after Keny
Melania Trump (/məˈlɑːniə/; born Melanija Knavs; [mɛˈlaːnija ˈknaːu̯s], Germanised to Melania Knauss; born April 26, 1970) is a Slovenian-American former fashion model and, as wife of the 45th U.S. President Donald Trump, the current First Lady of the United States. Melanija Knavs was born in Novo Mesto, and grew up in Sevnica, in the Yugoslav republic of Slovenia. She worked as a fashion model through agencies in Milan and Paris, later moving to New York City in 1996. Her modeling career was
First lady Melania Trump feeds a baby elephant in Nairobi on Oct. 5, 2018, as she pays a one-day visit to the country during her solo tour of Africa promoting her children's welfare program.Saul Loeb / AFP - Getty Images. Breaking News Emails. NAIROBI, Kenya — Melania Trump sashayed to the beat of African music as she was welcomed to an orphanage in Kenya on Friday. Children living at The Nest in Nairobi greeted her with singing and dancing, and it didn't take long before the typically reserved U.S. first lady gave in to the moment. She walked up a pathway holding hands with two children, then began to sashay to the beat as she approached the building.
First lady Melania Trump played with orphaned elephants in Kenya on Friday, providing a contrast with her stepson, Donald Trump Jr., who was photographed holding a severed elephant tail in one hand and a knife in the other during a big game hunting trip in Africa. Her visit to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, an elephant orphanage in Nairobi, came on the fourth day of a week-long visit to Africa. Trump cautiously helped one baby elephant drink from its bottle. The president’s sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, are avid hunters.
First Lady Melania Trump went on safari and fed baby elephants in Nairobi, Kenya, on Friday in an effort to raise awareness about the country’s wildlife conservation efforts. During the visit, part of her five-day, four-country solo tour of Africa, the first lady, 48, administered a giant baby bottle of formula to two of the little elephants and spent time petting others, according to a pool report. Get push notifications with news, features, and more. + Follow.
MELANIA Trump was scared senseless when a baby elephant charged straight into her during her first ever visit to Kenya. The First Lady tried to laugh off the elephant's sudden movements, but she struggled to shake off her fear at Nairobi National Park today. Sky News. 11. Melania Trump struggled to breathe when the baby elephant charged into her. Dressed in sand-coloured riding pants, brown boots and a white safari hat, enjoyed exploring the park in Nairobi. At the elephant orphanage, Melania's bodyguard gave her space to interact with the animals. She fed orphan calves a mixture of baby
Melania Trump touched down in Africa for her four-nation tour on Tuesday, and people are pleasantly surprised to see how happy she looks during her first solo international trip as the first lady. Miles away from Washington, D.C., FLOTUS has been meeting with locals and leaders in a number of regions to learn more about U.S.-supported efforts affecting Africa’s health care and education as an extension of her “Be Best” initiative. But she also seems to be mending the harsh reputation that her host nations have of the Trump administration through her mere enjoyment of the people she’s met and t
Melania Trump briefly lost her footing when a baby elephant startled her with a sudden move, but the first lady was anything but out of step when children at an orphanage welcomed her to their home with African song and dance. It didn’t take long for the typically reserved U.S. first lady to dive fully into the moment. Mrs. Trump arrived at The Nest orphanage on Friday after helping feed baby elephants, still clad in the riding pants and tall brown boots she had worn on a safari. A group of children who live at the orphanage and had been waiting for their American visitor broke into song and d
U.S. first lady Melania Trump, accompanied by CEO Angela Sheldrick, looks at the ear of a baby elephant, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya October 5, 2018. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri. Though at one point appearing a bit flustered when an overly playful elephant almost knocked her over, the first lady smiled and seemingly enjoyed herself. Melania Trump shoved by playful baby elephant pic.twitter.com/ENX005OMQp. — The Independent (@Independent) October 5, 2018.
Trump’s remarks drew laughter from Stern’s female co-host, Robin Quivers, and Trump ultimately indicated that his ultimatum to Melania was not entirely serious. “If there’s cellulite, will you be man enough to stay in the relationship?” Stern asked at one point. “I will,” Trump answered. “I will love her so much. You have no idea.