Melania Trump is classy as ever. She recently visited a children’s hospital in Rome on Wednesday.
She met with a young boy who was on the waiting list for a donor for a heart transplant.
After she met with him, she was informed that they found a donor for the boy. She said that “my own heart is filled with joy over this news.” She read a book with the young boy and held his hand.
She said her visit at the Bambino Gesu Children’s Hospital “was very moving.”
Melania, as a mother herself, has a soft spot for children and makes it a point to visit with children where ever she goes.
First Lady Melania went on to say that children like this serve as an inspiration to all because they have “such a positive spirit despite illness” and to be with them “was an amazing gift.”
The Examiner reported that in addition to English and her native Slovenian, Trump speaks Italian, German, French, and Serbo-Croation. “Upon landing in Belgium, I learned a young boy and his family who had been waiting for a heart transplant was informed that the hospital has found a donor,” Melania said in a statement. “I read a book and held hands with this special little one just a few hours ago, and now my own heart is filled with joy over this news.” Melania Trump met with children from nine different countries—including Iraq and Nepal—who are patients at the Bambino Gesu Children’s Hospital. The hospital, which is run by the Catholic Church, cares for about 600 patients and is the largest pediatric research hospital in Europe, according to Newsweek.