The first lady of the United States, Melania Trump, and her son Barron settled today in the White House after having lived until now in New York so that the only son of the presidential marriage finished its school year.
“Waiting for the memories we will be making in our new home!” Said the first lady on Twitter, along with a photo of the view through one of the windows of the White House.
Melania and Barron stayed in their residence at the Trump Tower in New York instead of moving directly when President Donald Trump took office on January 20.
Today, the three returned to the White House together after spending the weekend at the Trump Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Melania’s parents, Amalija and Victor Knavs, also spent Sunday with the presidential family and are expected to soon become familiar figures in Washington, according to local media.
The Knavs marriage was living with Melania and Barron at their New York residence so far, according to the same media.
Melania Trump broke the tradition in January by not immediately moving to the White House and staying in her luxurious Trump Tower penthouse in Manhattan while her only son, Barron, finished the school year.
Barron Trump, 11, is the president’s youngest son and the only one he has with first lady Melania Trump, who is his third wife.
He will be the first male child in the White House since John-John, son of former President John F. Kennedy (1961-1963).