Melania Trump Steals The Show At Mar-A-Lago, Walks In To ‘Pretty Woman’

Former first lady Melania Trump brought the crowd at Mar-a-Lago to its feet for a celebration of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, strutting in to greet spectators as “Pretty Woman” played overhead.

The scene was captured by several audience members sharing candid shots online as well as in a video Orbán shared highlighting his visit on Friday to meet with Melania and former President Donald Trump. The two conservative leaders maintain a steadfast relationship even after Trump left the White House three years ago.

Melania following President Trump to the front of the room, standing in front of the velvet rope line as he shook hands and Orbán grabbed the bouquet from an aide, handing it over while Melania paused for a quick photo.

President Trump spoke about his relationship with Orbán at the meeting of the Heritage Foundation, crediting Hungary’s top politician with a heavy-handed approach that keeps the country’s parliament in line while garnering the respect of voters.

“There’s nobody that’s better, smarter, or a better leader than Viktor Orbán,” Trump said, taking the stage, adding, “He’s fantastic… and does a great job. He’s a non-controversial figure because he said this is the way it’s going to be and that’s the end of it.

“All over the world he’s respected. It’s an honor to have you with us, Viktor.”

Summing up his trip, Orbán wrote on X, “Supporting families, fighting illegal migration and standing up for the sovereignty of our nations. This is the common ground for cooperation between the conservative forces of Europe and the U.S.

“President Trump was a president of peace. He commanded respect in the world, and thus he created the conditions for peace.”

Melania has continued to play a tacit role in President Trump’s 2024 campaign, appearing at a naturalization ceremony to speak about her own pursuit of citizenship and suggesting vice presidential picks to her husband. She has also been a grounding force in Trump’s life, insisting that he sit with her and their young son Baron for breakfast each morning and refrain from watching too much cable news.

The family is closer than ever following the death of her mother Amalija Knavs in early January. Sharing a post one day after her death, President Trump credited Knavs with raising a bright daughter and loving mother to Baron.

“She was an incredible woman, and will be missed far beyond words!” he wrote at the time.






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