First Lady Melania Trump now has an official portrait as FLOTUS. The White House said in a press release the photo was taken at her new residence at the White House, although she still stays in New York with son Barron.

Fully clothed

The first official portrait of Melania Trump as U.S. first lady shows the Slovenian immigrant wearing a long-sleeved black top that is closed up to the neck, except for a small hole on the upper chest area of her expensive blouse. The first lady is a former model who has several magazine covers in her portfolio, CBS reported.

The list includes Vogue, InStyle, Harper’s Bazaar and British GQ where she appeared topless in its January 2000 issue. Racy pictorials of Melania were reported during the U.S. presidential campaign period, including a lesbian-themed pictorial for the January 1996 issue of Max Magazine in France when she was still known as Melania Knauss, the New York Times reported.

Moving to the White House

The White House said that Melania would move in when Barron finishes his school in New York. However, in a previous issue of US Weekly, the first lady said she would evaluate the plan to move to the White House with her 10-year-old son toward the end of the school year in June. The report hinted that Melania might decide not to go at all to the White House because her decision would be based on what would be best for Barron, her primary focus, whose presence created a media stir over speculations he is autistic.

The physical separation of Melania and U.S. President Donald Trump has fueled speculations the couple is suffering from marital troubles. Among the basis of those speculations is the body language of the couple which was allegedly evident also when she reportedly shuddered when Trump touched her on the arm when she delivered a speech at a rally in early 2017.

There had been other instances such as when Donald rejected Melania’s hand when she tried to hold the president’s hand, a body language expert claimed. However, the president debunks reports of a problem with their marriage since both of them make an effort to meet whenever possible. This weekend, the first lady would join Trump when the president would host Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife in Mar-a-Lago.