Although the liberals in Europe just couldn’t help themselves, our First Lady Melania Trump fired back at them with kindness and gratitude.
After last week’s overseas trip where the first family ran into protest after protest against who knows what, Chicks On The Right are reporting that Melania Trump thanked Belgium, the United Kingdom, and Finland, for its “warm hospitality” and welcoming nature.
“Belgium, U.K., Finland Thank you for your warm hospitality.” the first lady wrote on Instagram on the gorgeous behind-the-scenes clip she shared Tuesday which highlighted her various stops during the trip.
All through the video posted above, you get to see part of the concert she attended at the Queen Elizabeth Music Chapel in Waterloo, Belgium, along with the spouses of other world leaders as President Trump met with the world leaders during the first day of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit.
In one part of the video, you can see her making poppies with the children at the Royal Chelsea Hospital in London. Continued by a great recap of the stunning outfits she wore during the visit. One of which included the off-the-shoulder yellow chiffon gown by J Mendel that the first lady wore to a gala dinner alongside Trump at the Blenheim Palace in England with British Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband, Philip May.
“Thank you, Royal Hospital Chelsea, for the warm welcome! I enjoyed my tour of the Wren Chapel & Great Hall & mtg your lovely Pensioners. Speaking with children from George’s Primary School to discuss their program ‘Be the Best You Can Be’ was such a treat, & I had much fun in my 1st bowls match! #BeBest,” FLOTUS captioned one of her posts from the trip after meeting the veterans and kids.
“A great visit in Belgium! Proud to represent the US at the spousal program during @NATO. Thank you to our host Belgium, @usembbrussels, @musicchapel & @NATO for a wonderful program. These opportunities are important to building lasting relationships w/ our foreign allies,” she captioned and earlier post from the stop in Belgium.