Melania stuns in $2,000 metallic blue trench coat as she joins Trump at National Championship Game

The Flotus finished off the look with a pair of knee-high black stiletto boots and had her hair styled loosely to fall over her shoulders


                            Melania stuns in $2,000 metallic blue trench coat as she joins Trump at National Championship Game
Melania Trump (Getty Images)

Melania Trump was seen sporting a metallic blue trench coat while traveling to New Orleans along with her husband, Donald Trump, to watch the College Football Playoff National Championship. 

The first lady wore neither team's colors and chose to sport a $2,000 belted metallic trench coat that was designed by Scanlan Theodore. She finished off the look with a pair of knee-high black stiletto boots and had her hair styled loosely to fall over her shoulders. 

First Lady Melania Trump and US President Donald Trump during the National Athem prior to the College Football Playoff National Championship game between the Clemson Tigers and the LSU Tigers at Mercedes Benz Superdome on January 13, 2020, in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Marianna Massey/2020 Getty Images)

Fans and followers took to social media to share their opinions. One fan shared, "The trash can wore it better" while another added, "Why is she always dressed like some sort of evil Inspector Gadget anyways??" A third fan chimed in, "Think of it more like a lab coat, to shield from any infections Donald might be spreading."

Another fan believes that FLOTUS could be pregnant and wrote, "I heard she is covering up her pregnancy. She's always seen with a coat on lately." Donald Trump, on the other hand, was seen in a navy suit, red tie, and navy wool coat. The couple was seen walking across the South Lawn of the White House ahead of the game between Clemson University and Louisiana State University. 

The game was broadcast on ESPN and the championship will make it POTUS' third college football game this season. It is also his second time watching LSU.

Donald was also seen addressing the media before their flight as he and Melania stopped to greet fans. Last year in October, POTUS was booed by the crowds when he attended a World Series Game for the hometown Washington Nationals. He did not follow the presidential tradition and did not throw out an opening pitch. 

Fans were heard shouting 'lock him up', which is the same phrase that Donald had used against his political rival Hillary Clinton in 2016.

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