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FLOTUS attends the Congressional Ball in white caped dress

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A white-caped gown for the ball

The White House Congressional Ball was held Thursday evening, and Melania could not have picked a better outfit.

Pictured above, she sports a silky white caped dress by Reem Acra, which sells for $2,100 on Net-a-Porter.com but has since sold out. Melania’s ensembles typically go out of stock fairly quickly after wearing them to events like this. 

The pair happily held hands after descending the stairs of the Grand Foyer

While making an introduction to their guests, the president said, “‘I want to congratulate Melania, she did such a beautiful job with the decorations.” We couldn’t agree more, and we love that they’re holding hands and embracing the holidays together.  

FLOTUS recently wore a cape-style dress alongside the president when she dined with the Queen at Buckingham Palace (if you want to read more about that, click here). 

However, this dress added a shimmering touch to the night – it’s edges were enveloped in crystal. It featured a boat neckline, chiffon lining, and is usually suggested for weddings by the Beirut-born designer. 

Today’s spotlight on conservative women goes to Ainsley Earhardt. Who is she?

Earhardt is a culturally conservative Christian from the South who has been a natural on the screen since the beginning.

She’s a journalist and co-host of the popular Fox News TV show, “Fox & Friends”. An author as well, she’s written three New York Times best-sellers and recently published a new children’s Christmas book titled “The Characters of Christmas”.

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In addition to her work, Earhardt is a single mother to her daughter Hayden, who turned four in November. She’s very outspoken about her faith, her roots and her family. 

In an interview with People, Earhardt said, “I have my dream job in the morning and most of that is done when [daughter] Hayden is sleeping, so I’m not missing out on her life.” 

To follow her on Twitter, click here!

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