As the First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump is arguably one of the most influential women in the world.
Needless to say, she has taken every step to make sure that her looks are pristine and can hold up to the harsh scrutiny that often comes along with the spotlight.
Celebrity cosmetic surgery experts have analysed Melania’s smooth skin and perfect features and estimated that she has likely had cosmetic surgery procedures to the tune of £12,000 in order to prepare for her role on the world stage.
Of course, Melania was a striking natural beauty when she started out as a model in the late eighties, but along the way she has refined her features as well as stopping the clock on the ageing process. Stunningly, the Slovenian beauty is forty-seven years old, but – thanks to her Botox treatments – she could easily pass for ten years younger. These muscle-relaxing procedures were most likely carried out on the star’s forehead and eye area, providing a lift to the eyebrows as well as the baby soft skin on her brow. Melania has also chosen lip fillers in order to fight an age-related decline in the fullness of her pout. In fact, her lips are more luscious and full now than they were even in her youth.
In addition to these non-surgical treatments, Mrs Trump has undergone rhinoplasty surgery in order to refine and shape her nose. This ‘nasal reshaping’ is the key to her entire facial transformation and pulls together the rest of her look by perfectly balancing her features. The result of the First Lady’s nose job is a more chiselled, feminine and delicate look, with the thinner bridge and tip perfectly complimenting her naturally high and prominent cheekbones.
Focussing lastly on Melania’s figure, it has been widely observed that she has opted for a breast enlargement, as her breasts are high, full and very regular in shape, especially considering that the FLOTUS is almost fifty years old. Interestingly, it has been noted that at some point over the years Melania has chosen to trade her large, round breast implants for some more understated teardrop shaped implants. Perhaps this was when she realised that she might become the First Lady, and decided that a more minimal and less sexualised appearance might suit the role better.