First Lady Melania Trump has shown her appreciation for the US Army just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Melania posted pictures on her Instagram account explaining in details how she got to Catania, Italy from Taormina – where she stayed with the President for the G7 summit.
To get to Catania, Trump was transported via a helicopter ride from the US army.
The first lady made as much news for what she was wearing than what she was doing.
From visits to Saudi Arabia, Brussels, Israel, the former model First lady set her sights on an extensive wardrobe made only for the most discerning of fashion tastes. In Reem Acra, to Ralph Lauren, to her love for custom-made Dolce & Gabbana, Melania Trump took the world by storm with her style, channeling an elegance and grace that perhaps hasn’t been seen since former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy.
Eight days after the Trumps first departed for their overseas trip, during which Melania Trump has sported several bold runway pieces. For her final appearances in Taormina and Sigonella, the First Lady once again opted for Dolce & Gabanna’s whimsical designs. For an art and garden tour with the other first ladies and gentleman, Trump chose a fluid, floral-printed frock that recalled the palette and 3-D effect which she wore to the G7 summit.
Before her helicopter ride to Catania, Melania Trump made headlines when she began the day in Sicily for her final international trip appearance wearing what the associated press described as a “colorful floral applique jacket” by Dolce & Gabbana. The jacket has an estimated price tag of $51,000.
Once she landed, Melania Trump has shown her appreciation in a second Instagram post by thanking the 1-214 Aviation Regiment for getting her safely to Catania.
After visiting Catania, the Melania then posted a picture of herself with the President admiring the sunset in Taormina.
The president and first lady – as well as other G7 leaders and their spouses – spent Friday evening in Taormina at a concert by the La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra at an ancient Greek theater.