Melania Trump unveiled her final Christmas decorations at the White House on Monday, announcing the theme this year is 'America the Beautiful.'
In a video and photo posted to her Twitter account, the first lady revealed classic red, gold and white decorations fill the state rooms of the White House.
'During this special time of the year, I am delighted to share “America the Beautiful” and pay tribute to the majesty of our great Nation. Together, we celebrate this land we are all proud to call home,' she wrote.
A train runs through part of the decor and the traditional gingerbread house is in the shape of the White House.
In the video, Melania Trump walks through the rooms, wearing a black skirt and gold blouse, to examine the decorations.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Greenery is a major theme with many evergreen plants and white roses filling the rooms.
The official tree, which sits in the Blue Room of the White House, is covered in bright yellow bows and has ornaments made by school children, complete with their names, ages and home states.
Other Christmas trees were covered in bright red bows and soft gold and white lights.
There is an Air Force One ornament on one of the trees. Other ornaments include an eagle, an American flag, a 'Be Best' in honor of Melania Trump's signature initiative
Volunteers were in the White House this weekend to get the executive mansion ready for the holiday season.
The arrival of the White House's iconic Christmas tree last Monday kicked off the holiday season, and on Saturday Melania Trump showed the preparations are well underway.
'This weekend, volunteers from all across America have come to decorate the for the holiday season,' she wrote in a social media post.
'Thank you for your time, enthusiasm & devotion to make sure the spirit of peace & joy fill the historic rooms & halls of the People’s House!'
First Lady Melania Trump on Saturday thanked the volunteers who helped decorate the White House for Christmas (pictured)Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The White House in September said that a smaller group of volunteers would be approved this year amid the coronavirus pandemic. Pictured: a volunteer hangs a Christmas wreath outside the White House
Pictured: a volunteer strings a garland around the White House as Melania Trump prepares for the traditional White House Christmas celebrations
Melania Trump: 'Thank you for your time, enthusiasm & devotion to make sure the spirit of peace & joy fill the historic rooms & halls of the People’s House!'
This is Melania Trump's final year overseeing the holiday decor at the White House.
It comes after a recording released by her former friend and employee Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, reveals Melania complaining 'who gives a f*** about Christmas stuff' while discussing the traditional first lady task of decorating the executive mansion for the holiday.
The tapes were released when Wolkoff appeared on CNN on October 1, hours before it was announced Melania and Donald Trump tested positive for Covid-19. Wolkoff was promoting her memoir, 'Melania & Me,' which portrays the first lady in an unflattering light.
Melania Trump has blasted the book as 'idle gossip.'
The taped conversation appears to have taken place shortly after Melania visited an immigration detention center in McAllen, Texas, back in June 2018.
Pictured: a volunteer wearing a face mask fixes the red bow on a Christmas wreath as the White House prepares for Christmas
Melania Trump welcomes the arrival of the 2020 White House Christmas Tree at the White House on November 23 in Washington D.C.