First lady Melania Trump and her son Barron, her son with President Donald Trump, were spotted at the White House in Washington, D.C., on Friday, one of the only times that Barron has been spotted there since the inauguration. Melania and Barron have continued to live in New York City since Trump's presidency began, but new reports indicate that they are getting ready to move into the White House within a few months.

The Trump family was spotted together in D.C. ahead of flight to Florida

As Us Weekly details, Barron Trump and his mom Melania were seen on the lawn outside of the White House Oval Office on Friday.

They weren't there for long from the sounds of things, however, as Donald, Melania, and Barron then boarded Marine One and flew down to Mar-a-Lago, the Trump's favorite spot in Florida where the president has spent most of his weekends since the inauguration.

The fact that Melania and Barron have stayed in New York, rather than move into the White House, has caused a great deal of controversy, especially regarding the security costs involved. Early estimates pegged the security detail costs as being around $500,000 per day.

However, as AOL recently noted, the costs have been revised and the police department now estimates that protection for Melania and Barron runs more in the neighborhood of $125,000 to $150,000 per day, although if the president were to visit Trump Tower, the cost would be just over $300,000 per day.

Reports reveal that Melania and Barron will move to D.C. soon

Many have speculated that Melania and Barron might end up staying in New York City throughout the entire presidency rather than move into the White House, but TMZ reports that plans are firming up for the Trump family to soon be under one roof.

The family has previously said that the move would happen in June once Barron's school year was over, and it sounds as if that is indeed the plan.

In fact, it seems that arrangements at a private school in Washington, D.C. have now been made for Barron to begin next fall.

When and if Melania Trump and her son Barron do move into the White House with President Donald Trump, many of their critics will surely back down a bit, as this living situation has generated a lot of buzz and criticism.

Of course, the fact that the president heads to Mar-a-Lago nearly every weekend will continue to draw intense scrutiny, as the cost of that trip is estimated to be about $3 million per weekend. Will Melania and Barron really move to Washington, D.C. in June or will they stay in New York City as many have suspected they were planning?