President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have been on and off for 20 years before they, finally, tied the knot in Florida on Jan. 22, 2015.  The two have faced constant scrutiny and controversies since they moved into the White House in 2017. Despite this, the couple continues to maintain a strong front.

Recent reports claimed that the President did something that “humiliated” his wife. Photos and clips of the first couple braving the bitterly cold weather while leaving the Big Apple on Tuesday surfaced online. Interestingly, eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice a toilet paper stuck to Donald’s shoe when he stepped out of the presidential limousine at Wall Street Helipad Landing with Melania.

Critics, then, mocked President Donald Trump and his wife on social media. “What an a**. Is @realDonaldTrump wearing his signature accessory? (Toilet paper on his shoe.),” a Twitter user wrote. “I've said it before, and I'll say it again: That ain't toilet paper, that's The Constitution!” another netizen stated. Others pitied Melania Trump since her husband, allegedly, appeared to have humiliated her to the public. “That’s not Melania, is it?” a third Twitter user said. “Poor Melania,” another added. The First Lady has yet to comment on these harsh comments.

The hilarious incident occurred a few days after Melania received backlash for failing to follow a military protocol during this year’s Veterans Day parade in New York City. The former model sparked fury when she did not place her hand over her heart during the playing of Taps. Melania was, also, lambasted for wearing sunglasses during the solemn ceremony.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump and Melania Trump are set to meet Queen Elizabeth II in London in December. The White House confirmed, on Friday, that the couple will be attending the NATO Leaders meeting and a reception hosted by Her Majesty.

"President Trump looks forward to meeting with the other NATO Heads of State and government to review the Alliance’s unprecedented progress on burden-sharing, including adding more than $100 billion in new defense spending since 2016," White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said in a statement. “The President will also emphasize the need for the NATO Alliance to ensure its readiness for the threats of tomorrow, including those emanating from cyberspace, those affecting our critical infrastructure and telecommunications networks, and those posed by terrorism,” Grisham added.

Prior to the confirmation, the President met with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg at the White House. Donald Trump and Melania Trump will be in Britain for a three-day visit from Dec. 2 to Dec. 4.

Melania Trump One of the people who did not extend hearty wishes to the POTUS was his wife and first lady Melania Trump. In this photo, President Donald Trump (L) and first lady Melania Trump return to the White House after a day trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, in Washington, D.C., Feb. 5, 2018. Photo: Getty Images/ Chip Somodevilla