It’s been an eventful year for Donald and Melania Trump, from legal issues to political ambitions. While Donald has announced his intention to run for President in 2024, Melania’s stance on a return to the White House has been a subject of speculation. Here’s a glimpse into their relationship and recent developments:

The couple’s story goes back to 1998 when Donald first laid eyes on Melania at a modeling event during New York Fashion Week. Despite initial disinterest from Melania, they eventually began dating and moved in together in 2001, later getting married in 2005.

After Donald’s presidency, Melania settled in Florida with their son Barron. Initial reports suggested that she had no interest in returning to the White House if Donald ran for president again. She wanted a more private life and believed political work was her husband’s job.

Melania disliked being in the news and having her name associated with her husband’s controversies. She distanced herself from campaign events and rallies.

However, recent statements from Melania suggest a change of heart. She expressed willingness to work alongside her husband, citing her passion for children’s well-being and development.

Melania has been focusing on her project, Fostering the Future, which awards university-level scholarships to individuals from foster care.

Despite past disagreements and controversies, reports now suggest that Melania and Donald are “more bonded than ever.”

As Donald Trump embarks on his 2024 campaign, whether Melania will join him remains uncertain. Their relationship appears to be on the mend, leaving the possibility of Melania becoming First Lady again.