Melania Trump Finally Moves Into The White House And Shares Sneak Peek Of Living Quarters

The 47-year-old First Lady has finally moved into the White House, after five months dividing her time between the family home in New York and Washington D.C.

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It's safe to say, First Lady Melania Trump has been pretty busy of late.

In recent weeks, the 47-year-old been spotted meeting the Pope at the Vatican, stepping off Air Force One in Saudia Arabia, visiting Brussels alongside several NATO spouses and arriving in Sicily.

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So, it's about time Donald Trump's wife put her feet up and finally joined her husband in the White House, after spending the first five months of his presidency in New York while their 11-year-old son Barron finished the school year.

Last night, the first lady touched down at the White House in a private jet with her son, Barron, who wore a grey T-Shirt with the slogan 'The Expert' for his arrival.

Well, at lease someone is bringing some expertise to the Trump administration...

To celebrate the momentous occasion, the former model tweeted a photograph a view of the Washington Monument, from what looked to the be Red Room in the White House, where Eleanor Roosevelt was rumoured to have met with female members of the press.

She captioned the photo: 'Looking forward to the memories we'll make in our new home! #Movingday'

Melania has divided her time between Manhattan and Washington DC so Barron – who is currently the first boy to live in the White House since year-old John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1963 – would be able to finish his schooling without disruption.

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Jean Harris, professor of political science and women's studies at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania, believes the first lady's move to Washington D.C will finally give her a chance to fulfil her duties.

'I do think once she's in D.C. there'll be more pressure for her to be working on something that's her own, that's helping some segment of the population because that's what first ladies are supposed to do,' she told the Telegraph.

We wonder if her and Donald had a takeaway to celebrate their first night in their new home like the rest of us? Something makes us think not.

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