Melania Trump was not star-struck when she met Donald Trump for the first time.

The first lady of the United States recalled how she met her husband for the first time in an interview with GQ. According to Melania, they met at an NYC party at the Kit Kat Club by Zampolli in 1998.

“I was not start-struck,” Melania told the magazine about their first encounter.

She also added that it was not a love at first sight. In fact, she didn’t know much about the businessman-turned-politician at the time. She also did not give her number to him.

“If I give him my number, I’m just one of the women he calls. I wanted to see what his intention [was]. It tells you a lot from the man what kind of number he gives you. He gave me all of his numbers,” Melania said.

Donald reportedly saw something worth admiring for in Melania due to her willingness to walk away from the deal. She waited a week before she called him and they had “great connection” and “great chemistry.”

Shortly after that, they started dating. However, Melania also broke it off with Donald due to trust issues. But they struck up a romance again and a hometown friend speculated that there’s a reason Melania was drawn to Donald.

“It’s about all that power and protection. I think she needed a strong man, a father figure,” the source said.

For their engagement, Donald purchased a 12-carat, emerald-cut Laurence Graff diamond ring for Melania. The band was worth $1.5 million and was 50 percent off. However, Donald replaced it with a 25-carat bling on their 10th anniversary.

Melania and Donald have been married for 14 years already. They will be celebrating their 15th wedding anniversary next month.

According to Melania, they have a “great relationship.” She is also very confident with their marriage that she doesn’t mind not being with her husband all the time.

Melania didn’t join Donald for his campaign and opted to stay at home with their son, Barron. Melania felt that Barron needed a parent at the time and Donald was away, so she prioritized parenthood over politics.

Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011
Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011 GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Andy Kropa