Former President Barack Obama sits on a boat during a kite surfing outing with British businessman Richard Branson during his holiday on Branson's Moskito island, in the British Virgin Islands. Jack Brockway/REUTERS

Melania Trump has refiled a lawsuit, for the third time, against the owners of Daily Mail after the website reported that President Donald Trump’s wife worked as an escort in the 1990s. As Trump and her lawyers move ahead with the $150 million suit, here's a look at the first lady’s net worth.

While Forbes estimates the president’s net worth to be $3.7 billion, his third wife — after Ivana Trump and Marla Maples — has a significantly lower net worth of $11 million, Networtho.com reported. The Slovenia native has been a legal citizen of the United States since 2006, after becoming a permanent resident in 2001.

Melania, who is the country’s first foreign-born first lady since Louisa Adams, wife of John Quincy Adams, has a college degree in design and architecture from University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. However, she turned to a career in modeling soon after.

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First Lady Melania Trump attends the 60th Annual Red Cross Gala at Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida, Feb. 4, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

In the past, Melania has run her own anti-aging cosmetics and luxury jewelry brand, balancing it with her philanthropic endeavors. She has reportedly been associated with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Martha Graham Dance Company, the Police Athletic League, the Boy’s Club of New York as well as the American Red Cross.

Melania’s latest lawsuit claims the first lady lost a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to build “multimillion dollar business relationships” as a result of the defamatory reporting by Mail Media, the company behind Daily Mail.

The lawsuit, filed in New York on Monday, by Charles Harder, the California attorney representing Melania, said the article — published in August —suggested the former model worked for a high-end escort service, costing “one of the most photographed women in the world” a number of opportunities.

It stated: “The economic damage to the plaintiff’s brand, and licensing, marketing and endorsement opportunities caused by the publication of Mail Online’s defamatory article, is multiple millions of dollars.”