KEY POINTS

  • Melania Trump was stunning in her black midi dress when she visited the St. John Paul II National Shrine  
  • The FLOTUS is fond of wearing white Gucci coats
  • The First Lady sparked outrage when she called out the violent protesters on Twitter

Melania Trump was stunning in her black sleeveless midi dress when she accompanied President Donald Trump on a recent outing.

On Tuesday (June 2), the POTUS and FLOTUS stepped out together and visited the St. John Paul II National Shrine in Washington. The First Lady showed off her envious figure in her gorgeous black dress that she paired with $700 footwear, Express reported.

The first couple laid a ceremonial wreath at the shrine and had a moment of remembrance under the Statue of Saint John Paul II.

Melania shared photos from the outing on Twitter.

“.@POTUS & I honored the life & legacy of Saint John Paul II at @JP2Shrine today. His passion & dedication for religious freedom is a legacy that we must protect for people around the world,” she wrote in the caption.

Melania is one of the most fashionable first ladies. Just recently, she also made headlines for her outfit. Many praised Melania when she joined the president at the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia because of her wardrobe.

Melania looked gorgeous in her $3,500 double-breasted wool coat designed by Gucci. She completed her get-up by wearing matching white heels.

During the outing, Melania watched on while her husband participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at the cemetery in honor of the members of the U.S. military who lost their lives.

Melania is fond of white Gucci coats. In fact, she owns at least two more aside from the one she wore in Virginia.

In January, the FLOTUS donned a $3,980 belted wool coat from Gucci’s Pre-Fall 2019 collection when she attended the Governor’s Spouses’ luncheon held in the Blue Room of the White House. In September 2018, Melania also sported a white Gucci coat with a blue collar and wrist design when she met with Polish President Andrzej Duda and his wife Agata Kornhauser-Duda at the White House.

In related news, the first lady recently sparked outrage when she posted about violence on Twitter. Melania called out the violent protesters and campaigned for peaceful protests.

“Our country allows for peaceful protests, but there is no reason for violence. I’ve seen our citizens unify & take care of one another through COVID19 & we can’t stop now. My deepest condolences to the family of George Floyd. As a nation, let's focus on peace, prayers & healing,” Melania wrote on Twitter.

Her post backfired as many Twitter users blamed her husband for inciting violence. In one post on Twitter, the POTUS apparently warned, “When the looting starts, the shooting starts.”

US President Donald Trump, shown here with his wife Melania arriving in Palm Beach on February 14, 2020, handed control of the Trump Organization over to his sons after his inauguration US President Donald Trump, shown here with his wife Melania arriving in Palm Beach on February 14, 2020, handed control of the Trump Organization over to his sons after his inauguration Photo: AFP / SAUL LOEB