Melania and Donald Trump sleep in separate bedrooms on different floors of the White House, claims new book

A new unauthorized biography titled 'Free Melania' by Kate Bennett will explore various aspects of the life of the FLOTUS, "from her childhood in Slovenia to her days in the White House, and everything in-between"


                            Melania and Donald Trump sleep in separate bedrooms on different floors of the White House, claims new book

The First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump, sleeps in a separate bedroom on a different floor of the White House from her husband and POTUS, Donald Trump, according to claims made in a new book. 

The book 'Free Melania' has been written by Kate Bennett and is an unauthorized biography of the first lady. The book is 288 pages long and will be released on Tuesday, December 3.

The biography is said to offer details about Melania's life "from her childhood in Slovenia to her days in the White House, and everything in-between", according to the summary on Amazon. 

According to a report by CNN, the book will go into details of how Melania has managed to carve out some space for herself in the White House and chooses to have a separate bedroom from her husband.

She prefers her own large, private space in a suite of rooms located on a different floor itself. She also has a "glam room" where she does her hair and makeup. 

Melania Trump and her husband Donald Trump sleep in separate rooms on separate floors (Getty Images)

'Free Melania' also looks at her strained relationship with her stepdaughter Ivanka Trump which is apparently not as friendly as what it used to be before they came to the White House.

While the two women are "fine" and "supportive" of each other, Ivanka getting involved in activities usually carried out by the first lady has reportedly caused some tension between them.

The book also reveals new details on Melania's May 2018 kidney procedure where she had to be hospitalized for a week and was out of the public eye for 20 days while she recovered.

"Melania's medical procedure was indeed not minor — and that embolization of growth of some sort, small or large, when attached to the kidney, as hers might have been, made for a dangerous and complicated procedure," the book stated. 

In recent history, Melania has been one of the most private first ladies who rarely gives a TV interview and has not yet appeared on a major magazine cover.

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