First Lady Continues Conquering The Fashion World: Melania Trump Visits Ford's Theater Gala In A Mesmerizing Gown
Melania Trump visited the Ford’s Theater Gala in a fashionable long gown. The First Lady arrived at the ceremony to serve as the event’s Honorary Chair.
The end of spring was quite hectic for Melania. She underwent complicated kidney surgery that left her with weeks of rehabilitation without any public appearances for almost a month.
Even though both Mr. President and Melania’s spokesperson assured the First Lady was feeling fine, being busy with various events preparations, people were greatly concerned with Mrs. Trump’s health condition. Luckily, on June 4, the First Lady delighted the public with her first public appearance during the Gold Star families honoring.
Since then, Melania doesn’t disappear from the public eye anymore. Her most recent visit to the Ford’s Theater Gala was marked with an astonishing outfit. Mrs. Trump was wearing a floor-length gown from German fashion house Escada. The price of the dress was noticed to be around $2,700.
Thank you @Fordstheatre & the talented performers for a special evening celebrating the arts & the legacy of former President Lincoln. Congratulations to @jacknicklaus & Sheila Johnson, the recipients of the Lincoln Medal! pic.twitter.com/EEJLhLn5qb
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) June 11, 2018
Melania proclaimed an inspiring speech, honoring Jack Nicklaus and Sheila C. Johnson for receiving this year’s Lincoln award:
Thank you to Ford’s Theatre Society for tonight, and your continued dedication to education and leadership in the arts.
Meanwhile in Singapore
While Melania paid the honorable visit to one of the biggest American stages, her husband, Donald, was changing the history far away from the country’s borders. His legendary handshake with Kim Jong Un on Sentosa island, Singapore, became the first meeting between the country’s leaders.
More detailed description of the summit will be announced soon, and hopefully, according to Trump’s comments, it will be “tremendously successful.”