President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk with their son Barron to Marine One at the White House in Washington, D.C., March 17, 2017. Reuters

If there’s one thing the first lady surely loves, it’s a vertiginous designer heel.

Melania Trump, who has been known to don dresses, skirts and blouses from extraordinarily pricey designer labels like Gucci, Michael Kors and Calvin Klein, is also a fan of expensive footwear. She has worn her fair share of Christian Louboutin pumps to events and functions since her husband took office in January.

The FLOTUS arrived at a Republican fundraiser event and cocktail party at Mar-a-Lago on Friday dressed in a pair of black and white Louboutin “So Kate” heels, Footwear News reported. The pumps, which run $1,195 per pair and were inspired by model Kate Moss, stand at almost five inches.

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Attendees at the fundraiser included viral stars “Diamond and Silk,” sisters Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and Florida Gov. Rick Scott. The annual Palm Beach County Republican Party’s Lincoln Day fundraising event hosted about 700 people, tickets for which were $300 a seat, according to the Palm Beach Post. Trump’s appearance was a brief one, however, and it was noted that she only attended the pre-dinner reception.

The first lady spent the weekend at the Palm Beach resort without her husband. President Trump, whose health care bill failed to pass Friday, spent the weekend in Washington D.C.

Republicans did not appear to be swayed by the failed health care bill during the Palm Beach event, however. Putnam spoke of Neil Gorsuch, the Supreme Court nominee whose confirmation hearings recently concluded.

“All the chitter-chatter on cable is about what happened today in Washington, but I’m more interested in what happened earlier this week, which is we began to take back our Supreme Court again with a fine man,” Putnam said, via the Palm Beach Post.

Later this week, Melania Trump will be back in Washington, D.C., to attend the International Women of Courage awards ceremony at the State Department this Wednesday, who will appear along with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.