Melania 's body language shows 'turning point' in relationship with Donald ...

MELANIA , 49, is the US First Lady and wife of Donald , 73. A body language revealed the "turning point" in their relationship which happened after Donald entered the White House.

PUBLISHED: 00:01, Thu, Mar 26, 2020 | UPDATED: 18:20, Thu, Mar 26, 2020

Melania and Donald married in 2005 after years of dating. They entered the White House in 2017 when Donald became the US President. What has Melania's body language said about their relationship?

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Donald became the US President when he was inaugurated three years ago.

At that time, Melania took on the role of the First Lady of the United States and she is often seen supporting her spouse.

Since entering the White House, there has been a shift in the body language of the couple, Judi James commented.

The body language expert told Express.co.uk: "Melania's first few months in the White House involved some very low-key and low-status posing and body language signalling.

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" adopted an entrepreneurial approach to power rather than a presidential one, which seemed to mean no attention or status-sharing with his wife."

While the President and First Lady work closely together, Donald seemed to take the lead in the months following his inauguration.

The expert continued: "He was the star of the show and she often hung around in the wings.

"There was little if any touch or PDAs between them and we even saw Melania appearing to swat his hand away on at least one occasion."

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