Melania Trump spent a memorable day on Wednesday bringing Christmas greetings to service men and women, even posing for selfies with sailors aboard the USS George H. W Bush aircraft carrier. But one photo of the beautiful Mrs. Trump has gone viral and when you see it, you'll understand why.
"An incredible flight today on a V-22 to visit the service members aboard the USS George HW Bush. Thank you to ALL who serve!" 🇺🇸
The photo, in which Mrs. Trump appears solo, features the First Lady rocking a souvenir cap given to her aboard the aircraft carrier. The cover sports the words, “USS George H.W. Bush CVN 77” and, underneath is an image of the carrier named for the late president, with three jets overhead trailing red, white, and blue vapor. You can just barely catch a glimpse of Mrs. Trump in the photo, as she made sure that all the attention was on the message on the cap.
But that was only one of the joy-filled photos to surface on social media after the gracious First Lady spent the day touring the massive ship and meeting and greeting military personnel who serve on board. In the course of the long day, Mrs. Trump made stops at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C.; Joint Base Langley-Eustice in Hampton, Virginia; and - as we've already mentioned - the middle of the Atlantic Ocean aboard the carrier.
“We are off to visit some of our brave men & women in uniform today & thank them for their service. I’ll be visiting Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Joint Base Langley-Eustis & the #USSGeorgeHWBush aircraft carrier today. Looking forward to meeting everyone! #USA”
"Wonderful to be in Hangar 789 with many service members & their families at @JBLEnews! Our prayers remain with all those serving overseas this Christmas. God Bless you all!" #USA
"An incredible day spending time with our men and women in uniform on USS George H.W. Bush. Thank you for your sacrifice & service!" #USA
"@FLOTUS posed for selfies with service members today during her visit to @JBLEnews. this cool shot courtesy of US Air Force Senior Airman Tristan Biese:"
And what would a story about the First Lady be without a mention of her wardrobe?
As usual Mrs. Trump stunned in her simple yet elegant choice of ensemble. This time she rocked jeans, boots, and a black wool coat. She looked every bit the classic First Lady as she sent about bring Christmas cheer to some of the men and women who serve our great country.
Beauty, grace, and kindness all wrapped up in one amazing First Lady…Who’s could ask for anything more?