Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Melania visits Great Wall, Beijing Zoo

Melania visits Great Wall, Beijing Zoo

USA first lady Melania Trump visits the Mutianyu Great Wall section n Beijing Friday, Nov. 10, 2017.

During an interview with CNN on Friday, while standing in Mutianyu on the Great Wall of China, Melania revealed what she really thinks of her First Lady role.

She passed out stuffed toy eagles from the the children and posed for pictures with them.

The Sun reports that thus far, her Asia tour wardrobe cost 32,000 GBP (approximately $42,000).

Earlier Friday, the Slovenian immigrant and former fashion model went to the Beijing zoo to check out a very important panda.

Melania then signed a panda print, writing: "Thank you to the Beijing Zoo!"

It wouldn't be the first time Trump has used her clothing choices to send messages of diplomacy: Back in April, she welcomed the Presidential couple to American soil in a fire-engine red Valentino midi dress, with the color thought to be a nod to its meaning in Chinese culture for good luck and celebration.

US first lady Melania Trump visits the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China, in Beijing November 10, 2017.

Later in the day, the first lady will walk the Great Wall of China before returning to the United States, where she will visit with troops in Alaska before returning to Washington.

In China, she wore mostly austere coats and dark gowns from Dolce & Gabbana and Alexander McQueen, in contrast with her magenta Delpozo outfit and electric-blue heels upon landing in South Korea days before.

However, Trump's daughter and adviser Ivanka, who is very popular in China, did not accompany her father, to the disappointment of fans.

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