It's no secret that the first couple has been dealing with issues as various allegations of Donald Trump's infidelities have made the headlines. With the pressure mounting, Melania Trump is reportedly not happy with her current life and is exploring ways to make a change as rumors of her husband's affair with Stormy Daniels heats up.

Melania's Stormy split

It really kicked into gear just a month before Election Day in 2016 when the now infamous "Access Hollywood" tape was released and revealed Donald Trump's private sexual thoughts about a married woman.

In the weeks that followed, over a dozen women came forward to accuse Trump of various acts of sexual assault and harassment. Since then, the former host of "The Apprentice" have been forced to push back against even more allegations, including his rumored affair with adult film star Stormy Daniels.

In a report by US Weekly on March 29, a inside source at the White House is reporting that Melania Trump is "very, very unhappy" with her marriage and would like to take her son Barron and leave as soon as possible. Melania is reportedly "horrified" with the aftermath of the Stormy Daniels scandal, saying it's been difficult for her to have "all eyes on her relationship with her husband.

It’s not an easy time for her." Another source close to the Trump family explained that "If she (Melania) could, she would get away from Donald and just be with her son."

The report also cited numerous examples of Melania Trump's recent public frustration with her husband, where she's been known to refuse his attempts to hold hands.

After the Stormy Daniels story picked up momentum back in January, Melania cancelled a scheduled appearance with Donald Trump overseas, though her office backtracked and claimed it was simply due to a scheduling conflict.

Melania's distraction

Over the last month, Melania Trump has done her best to focus on other areas in an attempt to direct attention away from the allegations of her marital issues and her husband's reported affairs.

Melania has taken steps to move forward with her plan to end Cyberbullying, recently meeting with executives from top social media companies like Twitter, Amazon, and YouTube. Despite this, critics been dismissive, accusing the first lady of hypocrisy over her cyberbullying campaign due to Donald Trump's reckless behavior on Twitter where he's been known to lash out and use inappropriate language to attack his political opponents and other critics on the platform.