During their one-day visit to Poland Thursday, First Lady Melania Trump spent time with Poland’s first lady, Agata Kornhauser-Duda, and received a miniature gift from two young girls.
During a tour of the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw, where they mingled with children at the center, the two young girls reportedly presented the two first ladies with 3D-printed souvenirs they had made.
Melania’s gift was a miniature hot pink stiletto that just matched her outfit, the Vanity Fair reported.
Later in the day, Melania gave a speech in which she expressed her appreciation for the visit to the science center, and said she found it informative and inspiring. She added a special thanks to the children, “who made it such a wonderful experience.”
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