Melania Trump didn’t wish Donald happy birthday – Ivanka posted intimate snap | Life | Life & Style



Melania Trump is the First Lady of the United States.

The former-model from Slovenia married Donald Trump in a lavish ceremony in 2005, reported to cost $1 million.

The President celebrated his 72nd birthday yesterday.

His eldest child Ivanka Trump posted a picture with her father Donald Trump for the special occasion. 

An advisor to the president, Ivanka posted a message to social media website Instagram in a public display of love for her father.

She posted a heartwarming message to Twitter that read: “Happy, happy birthday Dad! I love you very much. Wishing you your best year yet!!!”

The loving tweet was accompanied by a intimate shot of a young Ivanka with her father, at what looks like a birthday party.

The cute photo shows a young Ivanka all dressed in pink with a pink ribbon in her curly blonde hair.

However, Donald’s wife did not post such a message to her own social media account.

Melania and Donald share a 12-year-old son Barron Trump.

The First Lady uses her social media accounts often.

The last time she used her Twitter account Melania promoted an anti-drugs campaign.

She wrote: “Thank you @HHSGov & @CMSGov for all you do to protect our children.

“I encourage everyone to learn more about how your state can help protect our most vulnerable from the effects of opioid abuse. #BeBest”

It was recently revealed that Melania Trump will meet the Queen as a visit to the UK with Donald is confirmed. 

The US President will visit London next month.

Despite the fact she did not post a message for Donald’s birthday, many images on Melania’s social media are a tribute to her husband.

Melania Trump’s Instagram account offers a sneak peek into her role as First Lady. 

The couple, who had their honeymoon at Florida private members club Mar-a-Lago have been together 13 years.

Donald became president in January 2017, and every since Melania has been a dutiful First Lady.

She has used social media like Twitter and Instagram to support the US president during his tenure.


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