US First Lady Melania Trump visited a Kenyan safari as part of her Africa trip.
But she also seems to be mending the harsh reputation that her host nations have of the Trump administration through her mere enjoyment of the people she's met and the places she's visited.
"I think the U.S. -Africa relationship is much bigger than the president's comments, and it's been going on for decades and decades".
She began her solo trip to Africa, in Ghana then Malawi before arriving in Nairobi.
Despite the backlash she has received online, Melania has taken to Twitter with a series of videos and messages to update her followers of her time in Africa.
To say her visit didn't get off to a warm start would be an understatement. First Lady Margaret Kenyatta will also be in attendance.
President Donald Trump shared the moment of his wife in Ghana.
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She laughingly said she has told him to put the phone down. "I give him my honest opinion and honest advice", she continued. Speaking near the Sphinx, Trump said that the message of her trip has been to show "that we care".
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Hours before Washington woke up, critics were pointing out how Trump - who is here representing a husband widely reported to have disparaged African nations as "shitholes" - had fumbled this segment of her visit.
The baby jumbo made a run, startling the US First Lady who jumped off and nearly fell on her back.
She was briefed on the children living at the house for babies.
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Egypt is the next and final stop on her tour of the continent, focusing on child welfare, education, tourism and conservation.
One of Melania Trump's first stops in Ghana was a baby weighing program at a hospital, where she saw firsthand US -supported efforts to bolster newborn health.