PUBLISHED: 22:46, Mon, Oct 12, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:46, Mon, Oct 12, 2020
Melania Trump, 50, has been the US First Lady since Donald Trump, 74, since he became president four years ago. Melania is often seen out and about with her husband Donald when they attend public events together. A body language expert has explained how their affection has changed since they entered the White House.
Melania was a model in New York when she met her future husband at a party.
They have been in the public eye ever since they met due to him being a powerful businessman and her being a successful model.
Since living in the White House and being in the limelight more than ever, the couple’s relationship has changed according to one body language expert.
Looking at photos of the pair showing minimal public displays of affection, body language expert Judi James explained how their relationship has changed.
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Melania Trump looks ‘self-conscious’ standing next to her husband Donald with little affection (Image: Getty)
Judi James explained that Donald offers his wife with some affection in public (Image: Getty)
She told Express.co.uk: “It would be a difficult call to decide if Donald and Melania are currently using natural-looking body language together as the only ‘natural’-looking shots of them as a couple date back to the time when they were having fun together in a nightclub many years ago.
“Since he won the vote four years ago we don’t seem to see any ‘behind-the-scenes’ glimpses of the pair just hanging out, or even any more romantic poses together in the style of Michelle and Barack.
“Their more telling body language ‘moments’ seem to be confined to odd touches or hand-holding, although these do appear to have become more common between them recently.”
The couple appear to look self-conscious together which may be a sign of a lack of affection.
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