Disgraced ex-president Donald Trump is going through it in the worst kind of way these days as the Manhattan District Attorney’s office brings the indictments down against not only his family business, the Trump Organization, but 15 different charges against the company’s Chief Financial Officer, Allen Weisselberg, as well. And let’s be honest, we all know pretty good and well that Donald himself is likely to soon be on the chopping block.
However, none of this seems to be keeping his third wife Melania from living her best life.
A new report from the Daily Mail shows former First Lady Melania Trump living it up in her old home state of New York in what we believe is her first trip to the Big Apple since departing the White House and flying south with her husband after his humiliating election loss.
And you best believe, all of her hubby’s undoubtedly expensive legal woes hasn’t staunched Mel’s even more expensive taste.
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The Daily Mail reports that Melania Trump was spotted heading out of Trump Tower in New York to tackle some errands, dressed for success in a “beige Burberry blazer and all-white ensemble that she matched with $645 Louboutin pointy-toe flats.”
But if you thought the almost $700 shoes were bad, wait until you get a load of Mel’s purse.
To accessorize her ensemble, the former FLOTUS was carrying a white Hermes Kelly handbag that retails for a staggering $26,250, according to the publication. She also donned a pair of mirrored sunglasses and was wearing her hair down.
As the Daily Mail notes, Melania’s return to the Big Apple comes just a day after her husband was spotted arriving at their Fifth Avenue residence. It seems the ex-president headed back up north right after he wrapped up his Sarasota, Florida, rally Saturday night.
Melania was, of course, flanked by her pricey security detail during her Big Apple outing.
It seems that, once again, Melania just doesn’t really care about what her dear old husband is going through. Do you?
Featured image via Senior Airman Tristan Biese