It seems First Lady Melania Trump believes in the motto “girls just wanna have fun.” And, she wants more and more of it.
At the end of February, Mrs. Trump hosted an elegant dinner party for 46 US state governors. Now, two weeks later, sources say Melania feels much more confident about the role she plans to play when she moves into the White House this summer as First Lady.
A source with close ties to Melania say she has a deep passion for entertaining. She’s excited to plan social affairs at the President’s mansion.
White House tours were suspended temporarily after The Don was elected President. Melania was more than happy to deliver the news that the tours would be resuming.
It’s said that she didn’t want anyone at the February dinner party talking about business. The theme for the Governor’s dinner was “Spring Renewal.” She can’t wait to move into the White House this summer to get started on more affairs.
NY Daily News reports:
That transition will include a lighter look.
“She flies in her hairdresser from Beverly Hills, Alen M, who also works in New York City. He’s responsible for her color,” a salon world snitch tells us. “They decided recently that she should go blonder. You can see the highlights. The process is called ‘balayage.’”
That spy tell us the First Lady also gets extensions to give her hair more volume.
“If you’re rich enough, you can have more hair,” sniffed that bicoastal source.
When Alen M works on the First Lady’s ’do, he meets her and 10 Secret Service agents at an E. 57th St. boutique called L’Appartement outside of the shop’s normal business hours.
Melania has also been planning what to wear when she throws parties in the capital.
“Herve Pierre did her inauguration dress and the two of them are huddling to do more elegant gowns for entertaining in the White House,” we’re told. “She wants her dresses modern, sleek and form fitting.”
Our insider says Pierre doesn’t mind the criticism that comes with dressing the wife of the controversial President.
“When asked, he says, ‘I’m not doing politics, I’m doing dresses,’ ” we’re told.