PRESIDENT TRUMP'S WIFE MELANIA AND SON BARON JOIN HIM AT THE WHITE HOUSE FOR ANNUAL EASTER EGG R
Melania Trump pictured with her husband President Donald Trump and their son Baron at the 139th annual White House Easter Egg Roll
The Obamas made the Easter Egg Roll celebration a star-studded affair, inviting characters like Elmo and the Cookie Monster and celebrities like Beyonce, while Trump's This year's guests get White House aides and Cabinet officials who have become White House stars
First Lady Melania Trump made a special appearance from the Truman Balcony Monday morning to thank service members attending the White House Easter Egg Roll and the volunteers who made the massive event happen.
President Trump and the first lady Melania each addressed the crowd before they walked down to the South Lawn with their 11-year-old son to mingle with guests.
'As we renew this tradition, thank you for joining us on behalf of the president and Barron. We wish you great fun, and a beautiful day is coming ahead of us,' Melania said. 'Happy Easter.'
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Melania wore flats to Monday's event
Melania, Barron, Trump's sons Donald Jr. and Eric, and his wife Lara, along with youngest daughter Tiffany Trump, were all in town from New York to attend the springtime event that takes places annually on the backside of the White House.
President Trump blow a whistle to start one of the many rolls that took place yesterday.
First Lady Melania Trump also took her turn reading to the children, she read a book by Kathie Lee Gifford called Party Animals
Tiffany Trump is seen peeping through her father President Trump and stepmother Melania Trump as kids beginning rolling their eggs through the White House lawn
President Donald Trump pictured blows a whistle to start the White House Easter Egg Roll alongside first lady Melania Trump and his son Barron (right) looked on.
White House staff greeted children at the event too, including White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, sans bunny suit, reading a book to children.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer seen here reading book to children
Trump's Press Secretary Sean Spicer