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Thursday, 25 May 2017

The internet can now rest, as Melania finally hold hands with Donald Trump in Sistine Chapel, Italy (Photos)

 

The internet has been on fire for few days now as the United States family embark on their first foreign trip since occupying the White House.

The foreign tour started in Saudi Arabia where everything went well, but n whethey got the Israel, something unusual happened.

U.S. First Lady, Melania Trump started acting like a scorned woman, refusing to hold hands in public with her husband, President Donald Trump.

As Donald, Melania and their hosts walked the tarmac in Tel Aviv, Israel, Donald offered his hand to Melania and she appeared to slap it away.

As people were still saying is this a joke, she did it again the next day. This time, in the ancient city of Rome as they visited the Vatican.

While in Rome’s Fiumicino Airport, the couple were spotted getting off Air Force One, they both stood at the top of the stairs about to go down, when the President reached for Melania’s hand but she swiftly avoided it while adjusting her hair from her face. 

Then Twitter went into a tizzy over it, wondering whether a divorce was in the works. Some attributed Melania’s behaviour to Trump bringing along his 'side chick', Hope Hicks, on the trip.

Click here for the videos and reactions.

But the internet can now chill as all seem to be well again. Melania was finally photographed holding Trump's hand in public.




The Trumps were taking a tour of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City when a photographer managed to get a picture of the two staring up at Michelangelo's famed painted ceiling while holdings hands.

The President and First Lady then held hands again moments later when it was time for a family photo, in which they stood next to Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner.




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