KEY POINTS

  • Melania and Donald Trump were pictured together on Valentine's Day
  • Trump and Melania posed for selfies with fans on Sunday while enjoying dinner at Mar-a-Lago
  • Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle were also present at the Mar-a-Lago dining room

Melania Trump may not have posted a Valentine's Day tribute for husband Donald Trump, but the couple apparently celebrated the occasion together.

On Sunday, Trump and Melania posed for photos with some fans while having dinner in the dining room of the Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, where the couple has been residing since leaving the White House in January.

One Instagram user shared photos featuring the former president and first lady as well as Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle. In the snaps, Melania is sporting a form-fitting black dress, while her husband is wearing a dark suit and red tie for their dinner date.

"What a way to spend Valentine’s Day, having dinner in the dining room alongside the Trump family!" Keith Otto wrote on Instagram.

In one photo, Trump is all smiles as he poses next to Otto and his wife, with all three not wearing masks. Another picture showed them taking selfies with Melania, who is also not wearing a mask, and a third image featured the former first lady striking a pose with Otto's wife.

The sighting comes shortly after Melania surprised her followers on Instagram last week when it was discovered that she had deleted her posts on the platform. Only three posts remain: her final message as first lady before departing the White House and two Valentine's Day messages.

Some noticed that none of Melania's Valentine's Day posts, which she also shared on her Twitter account, mentioned her husband. Instead, she shared a heartwarming video of her meeting and interacting with children from all over the world during her four years as first lady. In another post, she wrote a message for the sick kids she had met during a visit to The Children's Inn at the National Institute of Health.

"On this #ValentinesDay, I think of the brave & inspirational children at @TheChildrensInn @NIH where I visited the past few years," she wrote. "Sending them love & strength, today & everyday. #HappyValentinesDay."

But while Melania appears to be active on social media once more, her husband remains banned from various platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube following the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

But according to Jason Miller, his former campaign aide, Trump "feels happier now than he’s been in some time" as he is no longer subjected to the "hateful echo chamber that social media too frequently becomes."

Outgoing US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk from Marine One at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on January 20, 2021 Outgoing US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk from Marine One at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on January 20, 2021 Photo: AFP / ALEX EDELMAN