It’s official. First lady Melania Trump has finally moved into the White House, four and a half months after President Donald Trump [VIDEO] took charge of the presidency. Mrs. Trump has now joined her husband at the White House along with her 11-year-old son Barron Trump, according to the first lady’s spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham.

The first lady had continued to live at Trump Tower in New York even after President Trump assumed office, reportedly so their son could finish school. The decision raised many eyebrows and assumptions were made regarding the stability of the couple’s marriage. Some wondered whether Melania Trump would ever move into the White House.

Her decision to stay back had been in contrast to her predecessor Michelle Obam who decided to move to Washington early in order to settle down and get their daughters familiarized with their new school.

It’s been reported that Melania Trump has been busy looking for new schools for Barron and had been “preparing the residence.”

Moving day is finally here

Melania Trump has laid many rumors to rest by finally making the big move. She recently tweeted a photo looking out at the White House lawn and expressing her excitement about living there.

The mother and son joined the president at the White House on Sunday, Barron sporting a t-shirt with “The Expert” written on it.

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They were followed by multiple suitcases. Barron Trump has become the first boy to live in the White House since 1963 when the 3-year-old John F. Kennedy inhabited the place. The boy is set to be enrolled in a private school in Maryland in the next term.

Melania Trump bashed on Twitter

Soon after the first lady [VIDEO] tweeted about her move to the White House, people took to Twitter to bash her, telling her not to get too comfortable and putting her down for taking so long.

The First Lady’s activities have so far included leading the International Women’s Day lunch and hosting the spouses of heads of state at the White House.

With her final move to Washington, she’ll be expected to do much more and seen in the spotlight.

Her move to the White House will also result in easing the burden on the New York police and the secret service, who were responsible for her safety while she lived in New York. According to some estimations, the cost of her police protection was, according to The Telegraph, approximately $1 million per day.

President Trump has so far not acknowledged the move and is yet to comment.