Melania Trump is still very early into her stint as the first lady, but she’s already cementing herself as a bonafide fashionista. Nearly every thing that she wears sells out, due to her supporters wanting to channel her regal looks.
It’s not really all that surprising, considering Melania Trump’s model past and access to pricey designer digs. However, it’s clear that it’s not the clothes that make Melania. Melania Trump makes the clothes, as evidenced by her latest achievement as one of The Hill’s most 50 beautiful people.
Ivanka Trump, Melania Trump’s step-daughter, also landed on The Hill‘s List. However, neither Trump woman did an interview for the profile, unlike some of the others on the list. Instead, The Hill paraphrased quotes from two of their past interviews.
Melania Trump’s quote was taken from a 2011 interview with Bella Magazine, where she revealed a couple of her guilty pleasures.
“I love chocolate and ice cream, and I have those things once in a while.”
Ivanka Trump’s quote gave a little insight into her no frills beauty routine.
“I don’t own a blowdryer—I don’t know how to use it,” Ivanka told Harper’s Bazaar in 2011. “Most mornings, I walk to work with my hair wet.”
This is the first time in its 14-year history that The Hill has ever listed the chosen 50 in alphabetical order, instead of ranking them. So, we don’t know which Trump woman would have edged the other one out.
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The Washinton Examiner reports that White House staffers, Domestic Policy Council Zina Bash; Mallory Hunter, executive assistant to Chief of Staff Reince Priebus; and White House communications associate Leah Levell made the list as well.
Noticeably absent from the list is Melania’s husband, Donald Trump.
You can view the full list here.
What do you think about Melania Trump being dubbed as one of The Hill’s 50 Most beautiful people? Are you surprised? Did you think she deserved her place on the list? What about Ivanka Trump? You can add to the discussion by leaving a comment in the comment section below.
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