Melania Trump Shortened Her $5500 Red Dress to Host China's First Lady

Ivanka Trump shares an adorable clip of her daughter Arabella singing for Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife

They were also serenaded by the school's choir. With the school being known as one that fosters children who want to excel in their arts education, the irony isn't lost on some people that President Donald Trump's "America First" budget threatens the arts, as reported by the Huffington Post.

At the civics lesson, the teacher informed Trump and Liyuan that the class was working on a project concerning 20th-century conflict.

At the Bak Middle School of the Arts, Peng on Friday took a tour of classrooms, watched performances by students and talked with them, Xinhua news agency reported.

The two first ladies were greeted by dozens of 7th and 8th-grade girls singing "Astonishing" from "Little Women the Musical".

Melania Trump rocked a red Valentino dress for her latest appearance at Mar-a-Lago, where she welcomed Chinese President Xi Jinping alongside her hubby, President Donald Trump - and her frock was a symbolic choice.

A matter of hours later Melania showed her maternal side meeting children with China's first lady Peng Liyuan in Florida. The reason behind the first lady picking the color green could be because it is one of the colors on the Jordanian flag, and is an important hue in the Islamic faith.

On Thursday morning, Melania stepped down from the jet wearing a black and white polka-dot dress but had a change in the palette when she greeted the Chinese president and first lady for the formal dinner, which is part of a two-day summit.

Meanwhile, fashion hounds online are trying to learn more about the ensemble that Melania chose to wear for the day.

As seen in the below tweet from the Daily Express, the publication called Melania's flared trousers and look a "mumsy outfit" that was fitting to meet with children on that day.

On Wednesday, Melania wore an emerald green dress when she met with the royals of Jordan.



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