Christmas Surprise: Melania Visits the Troops in Stunning Black Coat and Jeans

December 12, 2018Dec 12, 2018

First Lady Melania Trump made visits to troops at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton, Virginia as well as sailors aboard the USS George H.W. Bush on Wednesday.

The always stylish first lady wore a black long-sleeve, button-up wool jacket and black pants along with black boots during her visit.

“Looking forward to spending some time with our brave men and women in uniform today! I’ll be visiting two military bases & an aircraft carrier to thank our service members,” tweeted Melania. “God Bless all those who serve in our Armed Forces.”

Compare this look to the first lady’s outfit worn at the tree lighting ceremony at the National Mall.

It was a chilly night and Melania paired a white long sleeve coat with a matching turtleneck as she joined President Donald Trump for the annual holiday tradition.

Along with the white coat and turtleneck, she also wore vanilla-colored leather gloves and matching knee-high boots.

See for yourself in the video below:

Earlier that day, the ever-fashionable first lady Melania Trump shined again while at her speech on the opioid crisis at Liberty University.

The first lady paired a charcoal long sleeve jacket and pants with a dark scoop neck black top.

“I am here speaking to you in my official capacity as First Lady, but I want you to know I am also here as a mother,” said the first lady. “But rather than lecture you about the dangers of drug abuse as most mothers would, and should, I am going to tell you what I have learned in this past year because I believe education and learning is key to making the right decisions on your own behalf.”

“I have learned that many people who become addicted to drugs are too ashamed to ask for help,” she continued. “I have also learned that addiction is a disease. And like any illness, people need and deserve treatment.”

“We must commit to removing the stigma of shame that comes with addiction and helping change public opinion so that people find evidence-based treatment before it is too late.”

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