After a few months of living separately, President Donald Trump will finally be joined at the White House by wife Melania Trump and son Barron, according to The Washington Post.
Melania and Barron moved into the presidential residence this Sunday, after spending the first months of Trump’s term in the Trump Tower, located in New York City, a decision which raised a lot of question marks regarding the presidential couple’s relationship.
Time to move on!
“Looking forward to the memories we’ll make in our new home!” Melania Trump revealed on Twitter this Sunday, using her official @FLOTUS account, accompanied by an image of the Washington Monument, seen through a window in the White House.
The relocation was also confirmed by communications director Stephanie Grisham, who used the same platform for this: “It’s official! @FLOTUS & Barron have made the move to DC! #WelcomeHome.”
One of the most important moments of the weekend, however, was when the first lady and the president were spotted holding hands, while walking from Marine One to the White House, while Barron was close to them. This somehow confirms that things are better between them right now, unlike a few weeks ago, when Melania rejected Donald Trump’s hand, during an official visit.
The presidential couple put an end to an unusual stage of their relationship
The couple’s decision to live separated for the past months was definitely unusual, being considered “unprecedented”, as well as described as flouting “the most basic of all first lady traditions.”
Melania Trump and Barron remained in New York after January’s inauguration, so he could finish his school year at the Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. For the coming year, he will be transferred to the St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Maryland, a private institution.