Melania Trump made a surprise visit to a domestic violence shelter on Friday to bring Easter gifts to a group of girls.
The First Lady stopped by HomeSafe in Lake Worth in Palm Beach armed with Easter baskets and bunnies and spent 45 minutes chatting with girls who live there and touring its amenities.
As she got to know the girls, all of whom are aged between 12 and 17, President Trump squeezed in another round of golf.
It was his 19th game since he took office in January.
Melania Trump visited HomeSafe, a domestic violence shelter for teenage girls, in Lake Worth, Palm Beach on Friday
The First Lady was predictably stylish for her visit to the girl’s home in white jeans, a khaki shirt and silver open-toed heels.
Afterwards, she shared a photograph from the occasion on social media.
‘I had a wonderful time visiting @HomeSafeFla today! The young ladies I spoke with hold so much promise for the future,’ she said alongside it.
The organization was just as thrilled with her impromptu visit.
‘We were thrilled to have the First Lady here and for our girls to spend time with her,’
‘What a unique experience for them. This is something they will never forget,’ Matthew Ladika, CEO of HomeSafe said.
HomeSafe is a residential program which cares for girls who have been the victims of domestic violence or child abuse.
The First Lady shared this photograph on social media after her visit on Friday morning
Melania was dressed stylishly for the visit in a khaki shirt, white jeans and silver heels
The president used the time away from the White House to indulge in some downtime on the golf course.
His motorcade was seen shuttling him out of his palatial estate and to Trump International Golf Club on Friday and Saturday morning.
The couple chose to enjoy another weekend in the sunshine state with their family before the annual White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington DC on Monday.
The event is traditionally hosted by the First Lady. Melania tweeted her excitement ahead of it on Sunday.
There were fears the event may not have been on the agenda this year after organizers who are usually involved revealed they had not been contacted to supply the usual materials last week.
Donald Trump visited Trump International Golf Course on Friday and Saturday. He was accompanied by a 13-car motorcade for the second visit (above)
A sheriff’s deputy stands guard outside the golf club where the president played his 18th and 19th rounds of golf since taking office over the weekend
The Trumps mingled with dinner guests at Mar-a-Lago on Saturday night. They were joined by Donald Jr and his wife Vanessa as well as Melania’s parents (pictured above all together)
The couple will return to the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll on Monday
On Saturday, the President and First Lady mingled with dinner guests at Mar-a-Lago with his son Donald Jr and his wife Vanessa.
Eric Trump and his pregnant wife Lara are also in Mar-a-Lago this weekend. Lara shared a bikini-clad photograph from the pool on Friday, showing off her baby blue Make America Great Again hat.
The trip comes amid growing tension with North Korea which unsuccessfully attempted a missile launch this weekend in the latest sign of bubbling animosity between the two nations.
Vice President Mike Pence is in Seoul, South Korea with his wife Karen. He described the failed missile launch as a ‘provocation’ on Sunday.
President Trump was uncharacteristically quiet on the subject, giving no comment when asked for his view of the botched launch.
Instead he took to Twitter to slam Tax Day protesters, telling fans: ‘The election is over!’