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Melania Trump Visits Children’s Hospital in Paris, Continuing to Bring Class to Her Position

First lady Melania Trump visited a children’s hospital in Paris on Thursday and spoke to the young ones in French.

After participating in the welcoming ceremony with president Donald Trump upon touching down in France, Mrs. Trump visited the Enfants Malades wing at the Necker Hospital in the heart of the French capital.

“Je m’appelle Melania. Et toi?” she said, introducing herself to one child.

When one of the children replied in English, she commented, “You speak very good English, very good,” the Daily Mail reported.

“You look very good, very strong … Soon you’ll be walking and running,” Mrs. Trump told her.

Ysatis said she appreciated the visit.

“It was very pleasant and really good. She’s beautiful and gorgeous,” Ysatis said.

The first lady received a copy of the literary classic The Little Prince from the hospital’s staff, that book having provided the theme of the building’s interior design.

“I will keep it, practice my French. It’s beautiful,” she said.

The first lady is believed to speak at least six languages, including her native Slovenian, German, Serbo-Croatian, French and Italian.

The latter two she learned while working as a fashion model in Paris and Milan in the 1990s.

Mrs. Trump’s fashion choice for her first day in Paris was meant to be a nod to famed French designer Christian Dior.

“Her tailored jacket and A-line skirt resemble Christian Dior’s famous ‘New Look,’ a revolutionary style that the late designer and founder of the fashion house invented after WWII,” USA Today reported. “Trump’s cinched-waist jacket is a modern take on the Bar Jacket, one of the famous pieces from the 1947 collection that launched the look.”

Mrs. Trump also visited the Bambino Gesu children’s hospital in Rome in May, speaking to the children in Italian.

She stated afterwards, “The time I spent with the little ones in the intensive care unit is something I will never forget, and I will pray for each of them daily. I want to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of the hospital, who all do such beautiful and critical work.”