Melania Trump is having a hard time adjusting to her role as first lady, even going so far as to claim she was "miserable" in the position, according to a report.
The White House insists Melania will be moving to Washington later this year, with senior adviser to the first lady Stephanie Winston Wolkoff saying: "Mrs Trump will be moving to D.C. and settling in to the White House at the end of the school year, splitting her time between NY and D.C.in the meantime".
Adding: 'Truthfully, it's a lot to cope with'.
"She - like others like others that she's working with - feel very, very strongly about women's issues, women's difficulties", Trump told an East Room packed with journalists.
And Melania's libel lawsuit against Daily Mail sparked questions about whether she planned to profit off the presidency.
With the right makeup and getup, the Israel-born Tzur is a dead ringer for Trump's wife of 12 years, a fellow model.
There has been a flurry of support and sympathy for the 46-year-old following a meme showing her smiling broadly at her husband during his inauguration and then looking downcast as soon as he turns away.
Yes kids, 'Melania's First lady eau de toilete- I sprinkle a dash before mingling with high world dignitaries. An accent that has seen her 'skeeeeweeered on ze late night talq zhows'. Melania Trump has had comedians and celebrities make fun of her and designers refusing to dress her and it seems as though the first lady is receiving more than she bargained for.
During the visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie, Melania tweeted that adults have a responsibility to empower their children.
After school, they both stay in, with Barron doing his homework and watching cartoons, United States said.
"Don't let her smile fool you", the family source said.
Meanwhile, when Michelle Obama claimed the First Lady title in 2009, she hosted open houses and a White House party the first week she started, according to Us Weekly. Former first ladies have also been involved in policy-making as well, such as Hillary Clinton, who made strides in reforming health care in America.