• Melania Trump has made some preparations before her upcoming visit to India with President Donald Trump
  • The FLOTUS is set to witness a 'happiness class' in a government school in South Delhi
  • Melania Trump and President Donald Trump are expected to strike a pose at Taj Mahal

Melania Trump will be joining President Donald Trump during the latter's two-day visit to India next week. The parents of Barron Trump are expected to land on New Delhi on Monday, Feb. 24. Before the FLOTUS officially sets foot to the second most populous country in the world, Melania has, reportedly, made some preparations.

Indian media reported that Melania pulled 10 women together to assist her during the visit. The FLOTUS is said to meet the group upon her arrival. There are claims that the team was given special training on how to communicate with Melania and was ordered to ditch the customary khaki uniform for blazers and trousers.

Melania is expected to visit a public school in South Delhi where she will be witnessing how a "happiness class" is done. "The school which the First Lady is likely to visit is the one school located in Nanakpura area," an Indian publication claimed. For starters, the local government of New Delhi introduced a happiness curriculum as part of its ground-breaking steps in refining the education system.

Apart from attending several events, Melania and President Donald Trump are, also, expected to visit the breathtaking Taj Mahal. In fact, there have been speculations that the first couple may take a photo together on a famous bench where the late Princess Diana sat during her state visit in 1992. House owners will be allowed to take snaps of the Trump convoy. However, locals should expect tightened security in the ivory-white marble mausoleum.

The U.S. government has yet to confirm these reports.

Meanwhile, Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, and the high-level U.S. delegation are scheduled to arrive in Ahmedabad on Feb. 24. On Friday, the POTUS shared about the reports saying there will be millions of people interested in meeting him at Motera Stadium.

“I hear around six to 10 million people are going to show along the road to one of the largest cricket stadiums in the world, which is brand new and beautiful," President Trump said. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi said we will have 10 million people greet you — that is my problem. We have a packed house. We have thousands of people who will not be able to get in. It’s going to look like peanuts from now on. How can we be satisfied if we fill a stadium of only 60,000 people?” Melania Trump's husband went on.

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First lady Melania Trump waves as she arrives for the State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 30, 2018. Getty Images