The son of president Donald Trump, Barron, has been pictured dressed from head to toe in Gunners gear while having a kickabout on the White House lawn.
More than 21,000 adults and children filled the South Lawn for the Easter Egg Roll.
The first lady did a lot of research on previous White House Egg Rolls as she planned the event, her staff says. Many persons would die for the opportunity to live in the most white and most famous house in the United States of America but not this woman.
The egg rolling event, which dates back to 1878, was smaller than previous years - down from the 35,000 people who got tickets last year - but retained such activities as a reading nook where messages can be sent to USA troops. It is the first time Melania and Baron have been seen at the White House since President Trump's inauguration in January. The event was first held in 1878.
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However Stephanie Grisham, Ms Trump's communications director, told CNN that Ms Trump deliberately kept the event smaller and less celebrity-studded than in past years.
Members of Congress invite guests and there are tickets given out to schools, children's hospitals, and military families. And, well, since the president is who he is, he got in a little remark about what a great job he's doing, too. She has been working on this for a long time to make it ideal and we wanted to keep it just right, but before she speaks, I want to congratulate her on this wonderful day we're going to have.
He was there with his wife and his two youngest children, Tiffany and Barron Trump, before returning to Mar-a-Lago for brunch and an easter egg hunt. Then, as New York Daily News reported, Melania Trump had to nudge her husband to raise his hand during the National Anthem. He wore the outfit himself in 2008 during the George W Bush administration.