Just one day after attending Easter services in Mar-a-Lago with Tiffany Trump, President Trump and Barron Trump, the first lady jetted back to Washington to kick off more holiday celebrations.
In typical first lady fashion, FLOTUS looked polished as ever at the White House's annual Easter Egg Roll on Monday morning. As per tradition, the first lady hosted the day of festivities on the South Lawn and was joined by the president and many local families for an Easter Egg roll, musical eggs, hopscotch and crafts.
After kicking off the annual roll, Melania oversaw story time with EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler, reading Emily Winfield Martin's popular picture book The Wonderful Things You Will Be. She also joined children to write letters to military families overseas.
The first lady looked spring-ready for the occasion, opting for a light blue trench dress from Michael Kors. The long-sleeved suede dress, which features delicate gold buttons and flap pockets, retails for $5000 and is still in stock. The look is almost identical to the outfit she wore to the 2018 Easter egg hunt, a Robin egg blue belted coat with oversized black buttons from Burberry.
The almost 49-year-old polished off her look in a pair of nude Christian Louboutin flats and her signature blowout.
It's no surprise that sky blue is having a moment: The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out on Sunday ushering the same shade for Easter, with the Queen of England attending services in a similar hue.
For more on today's White House festivities, watch the video above.
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