Melania Trump (born April 26, 1970) is a Slovene-American former model and businesswoman who served as the first lady of the United States from 2017 to 2021.
From a 2020 BusinessInsider.com article:
- Trump rises not long after 5:30 a.m., when her husband wakes up. The couple sleeps in separate bedrooms.
- On a typical day, Trump would get their 14-year-old son, Barron, ready for school, which often entails ensuring he has his homework in his backpack. But due to the coronavirus outbreak, Barron’s school has switched to remote learning.
- Trump considers raising her son her “first job.” Along with getting Barron up and ready for school every day, she also makes his breakfast and lunch.
- When they lived in New York, Trump would drop Barron off and pick him up from school. She also would help him with homework and attend his school events.
- To stay fit, Trump works out daily in her home, usually in the morning. She has said she does pilates, walks around wearing ankle weights, and plays tennis.
- Trump follows a healthy diet. She reportedly eats seven fruits per day, and often starts with a smoothie or oatmeal for breakfast.
- Even though she is a healthy eater, Trump will indulge sometimes with chocolate, ice cream, or Diet Coke. Her favorite meal is reportedly the chicken parmigiana at Jean George in NYC.
- She takes many vitamins to benefit her hair and skin, as well as moisturizes her skin and washes her face every day.
- Her healthy lifestyle extends to sleeping as well, as she prioritizes getting a good night’s sleep.
In addition to her smoothie, Melania Trump follows the ACE method when it comes to supplements. ACE stands for Vitamins A, C, and E, which provide her body with plenty of antioxidants. This part of her morning routine keep her looking and feeling younger, and also reduces the risk of disease.
Melania swears by moisturizing both day and night, and always starts her day with an oxygen-infused moisturizer. She also drinks at least 7 glasses of water a day to keep her skin firm and glowing. After washing her face, she uses a refreshing Vitamin C tonic, and then the oxygen cream infused with vitamins A, C, and E. The First Lady has come out against Botox and injections, and says healthy living is the key to beauty.