The first lady, Melania Trump, 47 shines wearing a $3,595 gold-trimmed, a double-breasted coat from Dolce & Gabbana, one of her favorite designers, and with her warm and beautiful smile standing next to her husband, Donald Trump, 71, as they welcomed the welcomed the Australian Prime Minister and his wife on Friday, after keeping distance from her husband after cheating rumors leaked.
Melania was bare legs, and combined her outfit with matching golden snakeskin stilettos and finished it with a French manicure.
Afterwards, she sat with her husband and the Turnbulls in the Oval Office as the official visit started.
Her cheerful nature, in contrast with her recent behavior, which has seen her glowing public appearances with her husband and keeping her distances.
However, there were no photos of Donald and Trump holding hands at any point during Friday’s visit.
Last month, the pair appeared separately to his State Of The Union address, breaking with tradition.
Their appearance followed allegations that Donald Trump was involved in sexual scandal with porn star Stormy Daniels after Melania and Donald’s son Barron, now 11, was born.
Last week, Melania missed out the South Lawn as she and her husband departed Washington, D.C. to travel to Florida following the Parkland shooting.
She met him directly on Air Force One, when typically the president and his wife would have been likely to be photographed departing the White House together to board the aircraft.
When Donald and Melania disembarked from the aircraft, the president seemed to attempted to grab his wife’s hand, or at least her thumb, but she gave him a cold shoulder.
The same day, New Yorker released a report of a Playboy playmate claiming she had an affair with Donald in 2006, when Barron was a newborn.
This Friday, though, Melania and Donald put on a united front. The leaders greeted before entering inside for meetings, a working lunch and a joint news conference.
Relations between the president and the Australian Prime Minister were marked with a turbulent start shortly after Donald took office.
They argued during a controversial telephone call over a plan for the U.S. to accept refugees that had been agreed to by former President Barack Obama.
Joe Hockey, Australia’s ambassador to the US, says the two men ‘understand each other’ now and enjoy friendly relationship.
According to Hockey, the former businessmen share a ‘common language’.