Melania Trump shares video of private tour of the Taj Mahal on Twitter

The monument was shut to the public to ensure complete privacy to the Trumps

melania_trump US President Donald with Melania Trump at the Taj Mahal | Reuters

It looks like Melania Trump had a nice time during her trip to India. The first lady shared a video of a tour she took with her husband, President Trump of the Taj Mahal on Twitter. 

The video was captioned: One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the breathtaking Taj Mahal!

She also posted a picture of her with Trump at the monument and captioned it FLOTUS and POTUS at Taj Mahal.

The video shows the first couple walking towards the Taj Mahal as a guide points to the minarets and tells them about the monument built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. It also zooms in on the intricate carvings. In the 47-second video you can see Trump nodding his head as the guide Nitin Kumar tells him more about one of the 7 wonders of the world.

Both Trump and Melania seem unhurried as they took in the sights around the Taj Mahal. The monument was closed to visitors when the Trump family were present to ensure they had complete privacy during the visit.

"The Taj Mahal inspires awe. A timeless testament to the rich and diverse beauty of Indian culture. Thank you India," Mr Trump wrote in the visitors' book soon after stepping into the complex for a private visit.

Melania also tweeted a 50-second video that showed highlights of their tour of the Rashtrapati Bhavan. In the video, Donald Trump is heard genuinely extending thanks to India and its people for the hospitality they received on their visit to the country. “Melania and I are awed by the majesty of India and the kindness of the Indian people. As we deepen our partnership, we remember that we share traditions of democracy and constitutions that protect individual freedom and rule of law. Working together, I know our nations will continue to achieve breakthroughs and unlock potential for even brighter futures for years ahead. We are a point where our relationship is so special with India, it is never been as good as it is right now. Once again I would like to thank you for honouring the united states and outstanding welcome,” he is heard saying.

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The First lady also seemed to have a 'happy day' at Kejriwal's model school where she met kids from kindergarten and other older kids who charmed her questions like, 'How big is America? Is it very far?'

She was also asked what her duties as the first lady are, by a fourth standard student.

Melania, in turn, asked the tiny tots what they were making with clay. She partook in a brief meditation session with children at the Sarvodaya Co-Educational Senior Secondary School in south Delhi. Post the meditation session and attending a Happiness Class, Melania said, "I am feeling very relaxed."