It's been five months since Donald Trump assumed his position in the White House, and now, the President's wife and son have finally moved from New York to Washington D.C. to join him.
The move was delayed as Melania wanted the couple's son Barron, 11, to finish out the school year in New York. Now that they are in D.C., Barron will attend St. Andrew's Episcopal School, which is a private prep school in Maryland. Barron is now the first boy to have lived in the White House since 1963, when John. F. Kennedy Jr., then three, was a resident.
Melania tweeted a photo of her new abode, writing that she is "looking forward to the memories we'll make in our new home!"
The move no doubt comes a relief to law enforcement agencies (and taxpaying Americans) as it was estimated that it cost between Dhs466,000 and Dhs536,000 to protect them in Manhattan per day.
Now that Melania is living in the White House, it is expected that her involvement will increase. We're looking forward to seeing what FLOTUS chooses as her first endeavour.