Melania Trump arrived at Congress on Tuesday night to hear her husband's 'biggest speech yet'.
The 46-year-old looked sleek in all black as she and her guests entered.
The widow of conservative judge Antonin Scalia and the wives of two police officers killed by an illegal immigrant will be among the guests as Donald Trump makes his first address in Congress today.
Insiders have revealed the president intends to boast about his 'promises kept' as well as remind Americans of the promises he made.
Watching the State of the Union-style speech will be Maureen McCarthy Scalia, the widow of former Supreme Court Justice Scalia.
Melania Trump arrived at Congress on Tuesday night to hear her husband's 'biggest speech yet'
The First Lady smiled as she took her place in the crowd ahead of Ivanka and Jared Kushner
Melania and her guests arrived for Trump's 'biggest speech yet' as addressed Congress
The 46-year-old looked sleek in all black as she and her guests entered
Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner were also in attendance for the speech
She was also present when Trump announced that federal appeals court judge Neil Gorsuch, seen as an ideological successor to her husband, was the president's choice to succeed him on the Supreme Court.
Also present will be Jessica Davis and Susan Oliver, whose husbands, California police officers Michael Davis Jr and Danny Oliver, were killed in the line of duty in 2014 by a man living in the country illegally.
The men are the namesakes of a bill aimed at stricter immigration law enforcement.
Trump has also invited Jamiel Shaw, Sr, whose son was shot and killed by gang member Pedro Espinoza, who was in the country illegally in 2008.
Shaw spoke at many of Trump's campaign rallies and delivered a searing speech about his son at the Republican convention.
The group appears selected to highlight some of the president's early actions in office, including his crackdown on people living in the country illegally with criminal backgrounds and his selection of Gorsuch.
Maureen McCarthy Scalia (pictured left following her husband's casket in February last year) will be among the president's guests in Congress. Judge Scalia (right) died last year