First Family attends their first Easter Egg roll

First Family attends their first Easter Egg roll

First Family attends their first Easter Egg roll

As the first family stood on the balcony overlooking the lawn for the American national anthem, both the First Lady and the couple's 10-year-old son Barron raised their hands over their hearts as a mark of respect. "Think of it, 139", Trump said Monday, welcoming families to the annual event, which was dampened by intermittent rain. However, unlike the biggest celebrity guests during President Barrack Obama's administration such as Justin Bieber, Beyoncé and Ariana Grande, only the Easter Bunny and Trump himself were the star attractions during the recently concluded Easter Egg Roll, Politico reports.

The videos show the first lady taking action by delivering a light bump with her free hand to the president, five seconds into the U.S. National Anthem. It began well before Hayes took office, but was given an official designation after the 1878 event.

The White House's Easter Egg Roll, a big event in Washington DC every year, is an opportunity for the president to meet and greet the public. Surprisingly, the FLOTUS paired her look (a bit bridesmaid-esque if you ask us) with pointy flats instead of her signature sky-high Christian Louboutin stilettos. "I'm really concerned for the Trump people, because they have failed to fill some really vital posts, and this thing is all hands on deck".

The tradition originated almost 150 years ago, when children would gather on Capitol Hill to roll eggs.

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Melania Trump was by her husband's side throughout the festivities. Wells Wood Turning, the Maine-based manufacturer of the traditional wooden eggs given out at the event, tweeted a message that its Easter deadlines were on the horizon and that the White House should "please reach out".

Melania Trump was stunning in a pink Herve Pierre dress at the Easter Egg Roll. And it's great that you are all with us today. "We are right on track", he said, speaking of the nation's strength under fewer than 100 days of his leadership.

Over at the reading area, Mrs. Trump read "Party Animals", a story about celebrating differences written by television personality Kathie Lee Gifford.

Hundreds of kids scampered around the White House lawn on April. 17 to see who could get their hands on some fun Easter eggs, packed with all kinds of delicious sugary treats like chocolate and gummy bears.

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