Her husband met North Korean leader Kim Jong-un today in Singapore at a historic summit.
However, Melania was nowhere to be seen in pictures from the important event.
So what was she doing instead? It is believed she stayed at home in Washington DC.
Yesterday evening, she attended an event celebrating the life of President Lincoln at Fords Theatre.
She posted a message praising the “talented performers”, sharing it with pictures on Twitter and Instagram.
Melania wore a £2,000 black, white and gold dress by Escada to the event two nights ago.
As part of her official duties, she also awarded the prestigious Lincoln Medal.
According to the Ford’s Theatre Society website, it is given to those whom “exemplify the lasting legacy and mettle of character embodied by Abraham Lincoln”.
While Melania has been actively on social media the past two days, the First Lady has not posted anything about her husband’s meeting.
Instead, she chose to post another tweet about her “Be Best” campaign to end opiate abuse.
She tweeted: “Thank you @HHSGov & @CMSGov for all you do to protect our children.
“I encourage everyone to learn more about how your state can help protect our most vulnerable from the effects of opioid abuse. #BeBest.”
However, Melania – who recently underwent a kidney operation – was at her husband’s side last week.
The couple made a joint appearance at the FEMA National Response Coordination Centre.
Rudy Giuliani, 74, attorney to President Donald Trump weighed in on his clients marriage.
On Wednesday in Tel Aviv he said: “She believes her husband, and she knows it’s untrue.”
However, Melania’s Director of Communications seems to have discredited his comments.
Stephanie Grisham apparently told reporters that Melania and Giuliani are not in contact.
Maggie Haberman, White House correspondent for New York Times, tweeted: “Yikes. I asked @FLOTUS spokeswoman @StephGrisham45 about Giuliani saying that she believes her husband re Stormy Daniels.
“Response: ‘I don’t believe Mrs. Trump has ever discussed her thoughts on anything with Mr. Giuliani.’”