Melania Trump recently shared a video and a few photos featuring the recent transformation of the White House in time for the holiday season.

On her Instagram account, the FLOTUS said that the “Spirit of America” is shining in the home that she shares with her husband, President Donald Trump.

“I am delighted to share this beautiful exhibit of patriotism for all to see and excited for everyone to experience the beauty of the #Christmas season,” she captioned the video.

In the clip, the FLOTUS opens the first door of her advent calendar to mark the first day of December. The Trump family’s Christmas tree is also featured in the video. At one point, Melania Trump fixes the decorations on her beautiful tree. She also walks along a path filled with trees, flowers, and lights.

Trump’s wife also fixed the beautiful red roses adorning the White House’s fireplace. The first lady also uploaded a series of photos featuring the extravagant decorations inside the White House on Instagram.

Fans of Melania showered her with praise in her video and photos.

“So Beautiful! It is such a blessing to have Melania Trump as the First Lady of the United States! Mrs. Trump has brought elegance and class back to the White House. God bless America!” jolaengelhart commented.

Instagram user Bookerlynnb wrote, “Stunningly gorgeous classy First Lady.”

Another netizen wrote, “Beautiful. Congratulations. America First Lady is great.”

Another fan wrote, “Beautiful White House decorations! You’ve done an outstanding job.”

Melania also expressed her gratitude to the volunteers who helped decorate the White House for Christmas.

“Volunteers are hard at work at the White House. Thank you to all who came all across our great nation to decorate the People’s House. Looking forward to viewing it tomorrow morning!” she said before the lights went up.

Meanwhile, the FLOTUS also made headlines during last month’s Thanksgiving after she reportedly stayed at home while her husband visited Afghanistan. But on her social media account, she encouraged her supporters to enjoy their time with their family and friends.

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The White House confirmed that First Lady Melania Trump was expected to attend an event honoring the Gold Star families on Monday. In this photo, Melania Trump arrives at the East Room of the White House prior to a joint news conference in Washington, D.C., Feb. 15, 2017. Getty Images/ Alex Wong