Melania Trump showed off a lighter shade of hair as she addressed the crowd at her husband Donald Trump's rally in Melbourne, Florida on Saturday. The First Lady looked stunning in a red dress while revealing a lighter shade of blonde hair and spoke briefly to the gathering before reciting the Lord's Prayer.
She said: "It is my honour and great pleasure to stand here before you as the First Lady of the United States. The America we envision is one that works for all Americans and where all Americans can work and succeed. A nation committed to a greater civility and unity between people of all sides of the political divide. I will always stay true to myself and be truthful to you, no matter what the opposition is saying about me. I will act in the best interest of all of you. I'm committed to creating and supporting initiatives dear to my heart, which will have impact on women and children all around the world. My husband is creating a country of great safety and prosperity."
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Melania's hair was a lighter shade of blonde
Barron Trump's mother recently carried out her first solo engagement at the first lady on Saturday 11 February while accompanying the Japanese Prime Minister's wife Aki to the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Florida. Speaking about the trip, she said: "Both our countries histories and cultures are steeped in the nurture and nature of gardening. Having knowledge of different cultures and customs is a wonderful way to learn and to explore. Gardening teaches us the fundamentals in care and the evolution of living things, all while inspiring us to nurture our minds and to relax and strengthen our bodies."
Melania lead the crowd in prayer
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Melania also confirmed that she planned to maintain Michelle Obama's vegetable patch at the White House. In a statement released to CNN, senior advisor Stephanie Winston Wolkoff said: "As a mother and as the First Lady of this country, Mrs. Trump is committed to the preservation and continuation of the White House Gardens, specifically the First Lady's Kitchen Garden and the Rose Garden."