Melania Trump shock: FLOTUS taught ‘how to be happy’ while with husband Donald

Melania Trump will be visiting the classrooms of Delhi government schools where she will attend a “happiness class” during her India visit. The First Lady will be shown how students are taught to co-exist with each other in a harmonious way. At the time, US President Donald Trump will be meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

For the visit, Melania has assembled a 10-member group of women to assist her.

The First Lady will meet her team upon arrival, headed by a female Indian Police Service (IPS) officer.

The group has reportedly been given special training including “how to talk” with Melania.

The team has been ordered to wear trousers and blazers instead of their customary khaki uniform, according to the Financial Express.

More than $63million (£48.3million) will be spent on Trump’s three-hour visit to Ahmedabad for clean roads, cultural events and security, according to Indian media.

The preparations included planting 100,000 trees and flower beds as well as resurfacing more than a dozen roads.

The Trumps’ first stop will be a welcome event named ‘Namaste Trump’ at the world’s largest cricket stadium.

It comes as their son, Barron Trump, has been making headlines after his huge growth spurt.

A US Commentator has said he could follow in the footsteps of the First Lady and embark in a career in fashion.

Melania, 49, is a Slovenian-American former fashion model before she became the First Lady of the United States.

US Commentator Jadan Horyn said he “wouldn’t be surprised” if the 13-year-old embarked on a career in fashion.

Speaking to, Mr Horyn said: “He certainly has the familial connections to make that happen.


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“I would say that Melania has an extraordinarily sharp taste.

“I would not be surprised since artistic taste and style tends to be inherited.

“It’s also environmentally conditioning that is the perfect combination of inherited taste in style and environmentally-conditioned understanding of what to wear and what not to wear.

“He can certainly dress to kill and I wouldn’t be surprised if he does.”

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