KEY POINTS

  • Melania Trump spends most of her time enjoying the spa at Mar-a-Lago after leaving the White House, a report says
  • She reportedly often visits the spa twice in a 24-hour period and gets massages, nail care and facial treatments
  • The former first lady has returned to her pre-White House schedule, sources familiar with her routine say

Melania Trump has moved on from her time at the White House and has been seen visiting the spa amid her husband Donald Trump's second impeachment trial, a report says.

Multiple unnamed sources have described to CNN the former first lady's life since leaving the White House and moving back to Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida. One person said though Melania still checks in on the trial, she is not as engaged as other members of the family.

"She goes to the spa, has lunch, goes to the spa (again) and has dinner with Donald on the patio," one source "familiar" with her schedule at Mar-a-Lago told CNN. "Rinse and repeat. Every day."

A second source who also has knowledge of Melania's post-White House activities claimed she spends several hours a day at the private club's spa facilities, even visiting twice in a 24-hour period at times. The former FLOTUS has been enjoying the many services the Mar-a-Lago spa is offering such as massages, nail care and facial treatments, to name a few.

"She almost always does dinner," said a third source who has spotted Melania outside the spa facilities.

The anonymous source added that Trump's wife likes to spend her evenings on the outdoor patio of the private club and prefers to have fish as a main course. She is sometimes joined by her parents, Viktor and Amalija Knavs, for dinner.

Melania's current daily routine is similar to her pre-White House one despite her stint as first lady, a source said.

"It's pretty much the same as it was before (she was first lady) or even when she would come down during vacations," the source said.

Meanwhile, Melania is reportedly happy that her husband has been enjoying himself more after his suspension from social media platforms. The former president was banned from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube following the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.

"The president has said he feels happier now than he’s been in some time," Jason Miller, Trump's former campaign aide, told the U.K.'s Sunday Times. "He’s said that not being on social media, and not being subject to the hateful echo chamber that social media too frequently becomes, has actually been good. That’s something the First Lady [Melania] has backed up as well. She has said she loves it, that he’s much happier and is enjoying himself much more."

Donald Trump and Melania Trump WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 23: President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk on the south lawn of the White House on December 23, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Trumps are headed to Mar-a-Lago for the holidays with a government shutdown possible on Monday December 28. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) Photo: Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images