Melania Trump eats at least seven servings of fruit every day, and sometimes, it comes in the form of a smoothie. Smoothies are a great way to add extra vitamins and other nutrients to your diet, especially first thing in the morning. The healthiest smoothies are the ones you blend yourself, sweetened naturally instead of the flavored syrups most restaurants use.

President-elect Donald Trump and his wife Melania depart from services at St. John's Church during his inauguration in Washington, U.S., January 20, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts. WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20: President-elect Donald J. Trump and first lady-elect Melania Trump depart St. John's Church on Inauguration Day on January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC.  Have a look: Yes, Melania is indeed "eating" a bowl of jewelry -- properly twirling one necklace like spaghetti. In another shot inside the magazine, she's "drinking" a cup of jewelry, like iced coffee: The cover is unsurprisingly already sparking backlash.

Another: "Melania Trump eating a plate of diamonds for breakfast on the cover of Vanity Fair Mexico – what a joke." The cover is getting heat as well on the magazine's Instagram account. "I'm not Mexican but even I know how much Donald Duck disrespected Mexico and it's people!" one commenter wrote. "And you guys make his wife the poster girl of your magazine?" "I hope you know just how irresponsible it is to have the wife of the man who called Mexicans drug dealers, rapist and murderers on the cover," another wrote. "If what you wante

Melania Trump obviously loves fruit, but she is more selective when it comes to vegetables. When they appeared on The Martha Stewart Show, Melania said that she didn’t eat onions and artichokes. During the show, they were preparing Donald’s favorite meal – meatloaf sandwich. Even though veggies are not her favorite, she told a group of kids at a 2017 event in the White House garden: “I encourage you to continue to eat a lot of vegetables and fruits, so you grow up healthy and take care of yourself.” Fewer vegetables. 5. Fast Food.

Everyone knows that the First Lady influences the culinary choices made at the White House and also sets the tone for the entire country. Previously, Michelle Obama focused on healthy eating and the importance of exercising, and now it’s Melania’s turn to be a positive example. While the current FLOTUS doesn’t like to share much about her personal life, there are some things that we know about her diet. Smoothies. The former model is a fan of smoothies, which is not at all surprising. In 2013, Melania said that she prefers her breakfast to be healthy and shared her favorite smoothie recipe, wh

Former model and first lady Melania Trump cuts a slim figure by maintaining a healthy diet -- and avoiding the fast food her husband is partial to. Donald Trump is known to enjoy a well-done steak and enjoys fast food items like fried chicken and hamburgers but from what Melania Trump has disclosed in prior interviews, his wife sticks to a healthy diet and eats for fuel. “It’s not a diet, I just like to eat healthy because I feel better and have more energy,” Melania Trump told Refinery29 in 2012 when the former model was asked if she dieted. “I don’t have a particular snack I always eat.

First lady Melania Trump appears to eat a spaghetti strand made of diamonds on the cover of Vanity Fair Mexico at a time when her husband, President Donald Trump, is doubling down on his plans to build a border wall. less. First lady Melania Trump appears to eat a spaghetti strand made of diamonds on the cover of Vanity Fair Mexico at a time when her husband, President Donald Trump, is doubling down on his plans to build a border. more. Photo: Vanity Fair Mexico. President Donald Trump points to the crowd as he and first lady Melania Trump dance at the Freedom Ball in Washington, on Friday

Trump eating diamonds is also a joke Rudolph made on her variety show Maya & Marty — a month after that GQ went public. In a 2016 sketch called "Melania's Diamonds," Rudolph supposes Trump launches a new business venture of her own: edible diamonds. Her pitch being, "We love diamond but we all ask ourselves, 'Why can I not eat it?' Not anymore you can." Advertisement.

Everyone knows that the First Lady influences the culinary choices made at the White House and also sets the tone for the entire country. Previously, Michelle Obama focused on healthy eating and the importance of exercising, and now it’s Melania’s turn to be a positive example. While the current FLOTUS doesn’t like to share much about her personal life, there are some things that we know about her diet. Smoothies. The former model is a fan of smoothies, which is not at all surprising. In 2013, Melania said that she prefers her breakfast to be healthy and shared her favorite smoothie recipe, wh

Melania Trump , 47, may have waved goodbye to her modelling days, but she's still maintained her good looks and slim frame. From always eating the same breakfast to never following food fads, the First Lady has a disciplined diet plan but doesn’t deprive herself of sweet indulgences. To kickstart her day, Melania always opts for a healthy breakfast. She revealed to GQ a few years ago she usually starts off her day with either a bowl of fibre-rich oatmeal or a nutrient-packed smoothie “with a few ingredients and lots of vitamins in it”. Related articles. Melania Trump reveals what she REAL

Melania Trump appeared on the cover of Mexican Vanity Fair appearing to eat a bowl of diamonds. The newly-installed First Lady has appeared on the cover of Mexican Vanity Fair posing with the multi-million pound dinner, twirling a string of jewels the way common folk would eat a bowl of spaghetti. Melania Trump, 46, is dressed in a V-neck sleeveless white dress, which has ivory stones embroidered near the collar, multiple platinum bangles and enormous jewelled rings. Her brunette hair is blow dried to the side and her smoky eye make-up and nude lip colour is immaculate. EPA.

First Lady Melania Trump speaks at a luncheon for governors' spouses in the Blue Room of the White House on February 26, 2018. Getty Images/Mark Wilson. While her husband has sought out a very public life, first lady Melania Trump has chosen to remain fairly private.  Since moving to the White House last June, Trump has also taken on the many duties required of first ladies, from decorating the residence to planning official events. Deviating from her usual schedule this week, the first lady had surgery at Walter Reed Hospital on Monday to treat a benign kidney condition. Here's what Trump's daily routine at the White House is usually like: 1/.

Melania Trump's first glossy magazine cover as first lady is on Vanity Fair Mexico - but the timing (just as her husband's border-wall plans are souring the U.S. relationship with Mexico) and the pose (FLOTUS is pictured twirling a string of diamonds as if they were spaghetti) are just a little . . . well, off.  And the former fashion model's let-them-eat-diamonds pose isn't likely to sit well with Mexican readers - or, perhaps, with Trump voters who like his populist message (though, to be fair, many supporters also appreciate his wealth-flaunting image).

Melania Trump makes it a priority to take care of herself. She plays tennis and does Pilates to stay in shape. She is also said to walk around the house wearing ankle weights and eat seven pieces of fruit per day.  Melania Trump's tips for staying in shape are shockingly low-maintenance — and include a simple workout routine anyone can do.

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

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