Melania Trump, wife of Donald and mother to 11-year-old Barron, is the First Lady.
In her role she attended official events alone and with her husband representing the nation.
However, Melania grew up in a very different country to the United States.
The former-model lived in Slovenia under communist rule.
Is the stunning First Lady university educated? What is her education?
Melania Trump is the first in a long line of First Ladies to not have a degree.
The model did attend University of Ljubljana, the largest university in Slovenia, but she dropped out after one year of study.
It was then that the First Lady opted to move to the United States to pursue modelling.
Melania is proudly displayed on the University’s alumni section of Wikipedia.
Also noted is Slovenian psychoanalytic philosopher Slavoj Žižek.
He is a cultural critic, and Hegelian Marxist – however, he did endorse Donald Trump for the US presidency in 2016 at a Guardian event.
The previous four First Ladies to come before Melania have been highly educated women.
Michelle Obama, 54, attended the prestigious Princeton University and majored in sociology and minored in African-American studies.
She graduated with a distinction and went to on attend her Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from Harvard Law School.
The impressive Mrs Obama worked as a lawyer before she became First Lady.
Laura Bush, 71, the wife of George W Bush, graduated from Southern Methodist University in 1968 with a Bachelor’s degree in education.
She went on to work as a teacher before earning a Master’s degree in library science at the University of Texas at Austin, after which she worked as a librarian.
Hillary Clinton, 70, is very well educated. She has a Bachelor of Arts with honours in political science, and she went on to graduate from Yale Law School.
Nancy Reagan, who died age 94 on March 2016, went to Smith College in Massachusetts, where she majored in English and drama.
Jimmy Carter’s wife Rosalynn wanted to study, but was forced to leave collage due to a lack of money.
Melania Trump wore an I Don’t Care jacket, and now plans second trip to see immigrant children.