US First Lady Melania Trump wrapped up her visit to Kenya on Saturday morning after spending two nights in Nairobi, the longest stay in one country during her maiden solo tour of four African countries.
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US first lady Melania Trump visits the Pyramids in Cairo, Egypt, October 6, 2018.
The first lady received warm welcomes everywhere she went - though there were some reminders of her husband's strained relations with the continent, which he has yet to visit as president. The people love her, and she loves them!
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She also visited the great pyramids of Giza as well as the Sphinx as part of her visit to the nation. Kate Bennett, of CNN, tweeted: "I have never seen her smile..."
She wore slacks and a tie as she stepped off the plane in Cairo, where she proceeded to the presidential palace, an ornate cream stone building with arabesque designs.
Military guards stood to attention as Sisi and his wife greeted Trump at the front door. No statements were made to the press.
One Twitter user hypothesized the First Lady's outfit was a specific combination.
Mrs. Trump arrived at The Nest orphanage on Friday after helping feed baby elephants, still clad in the riding trousers and tall brown boots she had worn on a safari.
She demonstrated her independence from her husband in ways large and small - like talking up USA foreign aid that he's tried to slash and ignoring the Fox-only edict that the president imposes on TV screens when he's aboard Air Force One.
With a child's hand clasped in each of hers, Mrs. Trump led the group up a walkway toward the home for orphaned infants, sashaying to the music as she approached a bank of waiting news cameras.
Speaking near the Sphinx, Trump said that the message of her trip has been to show "that we care".