Melania Trump to return to public eye Monday

Melania Trump to return to public eye Monday

The First Lady remained in the hospital for five nights following the procedure prior to returning to the White House on May 19.

Grisham told ABC News last Wednesday that the first lady was "doing really well". Four days later, it was announced that she was hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center to treat a "benign kidney condition".

"I see the media is working overtime speculating where I am & what I'm doing", Melania tweeted on May, 30. "She was hospitalised for nearly a week and is now home and recovering". The group appeared headed for a family weekend, minus the first lady, at Camp David in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains.

"The procedure was successful, and there were no complications", the first lady's communications director, Stephanie Grisham, said in a statement.

The first lady was last seen May 10, when she and the president welcomed home three Americans who had been released from detention in North Korea.

"Her "$20 million, 4-year" contract with her husband is up. Last week, as questions swirled about the state of her health and the hashtag #whereisMelania trended online, she tweeted that she was "feeling great" and "working hard on behalf of children and the American people".

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In addition to the Gold Star families event, the White House is set to hold a Ramadan dinner this week.

A source told the gossip website: 'She's taking care of her mother, ' who is battling a pretty serious illness.

When reporters looked out the window to see her, nobody was there, according to the Mirror.

A White House spokeswoman has confirmed that Melania will accompany her husband to a reception for families of deceased service personnel today, ending her 24-day purdah.

Despite missing out on appearances from the public eye, the first lady still managed to attend other internal meetings. Is she just enjoying some time off because she was never that into being first lady to begin with? The White House traditionally hosts a big Fourth of July celebration.

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