First Lady Melania Trump reportedly doesn't love her new role, according to multiple sources.
It's no secret that the first lady hasn't exactly been the most public figure since husband Donald Trump became the president. Melania has made very few public appearances in the weeks following the inauguration, and most notably hasn't even moved into the White House.
This has led to speculation that she isn't that interested in pursuing the traditional first lady role, which tends to involve coordinating social events, charities and programs. Former first ladies have also been involved in policy-making as well, such as Hillary Clinton, who made strides in reforming health care in America. Michelle Obama devoted much of her time as first lady to curbing childhood obesity.
Yet, Melania hasn't expressed much public interest in taking on an active role as first lady, though she has suggested in interviews that she wants to make social media less negative and curb bullying.
Regardless, Trump stylist Phillip Bloch spoke with Us Weekly about how this isn't exactly what Melania planned for her life.
"This life wasn't her dream. It was Donald's," he revealed. "Truthfully, it's a lot to cope with."
Melania mostly stays in her $100 million apartment in New York City's Trump Tower, caring for son Barron. She has taken trips to Mar-a-Lago, their estate in Palm Beach, Fla., with one source telling Us Weekly, "Melania says she's most happy at Mar-a-Lago. She loves Palm Beach!"
Yet, another source close to the family went so far as to say that Melania is not happy with her new life.
"Melania is unhappy with how her life ended up," they said. "She is miserable."
Melania hasn't confirmed any of this publicly, of course, but she did announce this week that public tours of the White House will take place starting March 7.
"I am excited to reopen the White House to the hundreds of thousands of visitors who come each year. The White House is a remarkable and historic site and we are excited to share its beauty and history," she said in a press release. "I am committed to the restoration and preservation of our Nation's most recognizable landmark."