Melania Trump taped a PSA to inform Americans about the importance of face masks while we all try and slow the outbreak of coronavirus … but all people could focus on was how good she looked! The First Lady of the United States addressed the nation while standing outside the White House in a video that was released Thursday.
“As the CDC continues to study the spread of the COVID-19, they recommend people wear cloth face coverings in public settings where social distancing measures can be difficult to maintain,” Melania explained to the public.
While wearing a white blouse and showing off her mask, Melania reminded everyone:
“Remember, this does not replace the importance of social distancing. It is recommended to keep us all safe.”
She then showed off a picture of her wearing the face-covering, which covered up everything except her strikingly beautiful eyes.
Fans of FLOTUS were absolutely delighted she was spreading the message about protecting your face, and they all agreed that her beauty could not be contained within a simple mask.
“Flotus makes wearing a mask look good,” one person wrote on Instagram.
Another citizen agreed and added, “She’s even beautiful when most of her face is covered.”
Melania Trump has weathered tons of criticism while standing by President Donald Trump’s side during their tenure at the White House, but she takes it all in stride … and looks good while doing it!
Regardless of whether many think she’s doing a good job as FLOTUS, most agree that her fashion choices are on point as she continues to take part in public duties and push her initiatives, such as her “Be Best” campaign against anti-bullying.
Whether she’s rocking a fashionable blazer or pantsuit, Melania knows what she’s doing when it comes to style.
While the CDC is currently recommending that people wear masks while out in public to help stop the spread of coronavirus, L.A. County has now made it mandatory.
Starting Friday, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti put the mandate in place to help protect workers who must continue to work and help serve the city while just about everything else is shut down.
“Every Angeleno will share this responsibility with employers: to keep workers and everybody else safe, which is why we are requiring customers to wear face coverings to enter those businesses,” the directive from Garcetti read.