Melania Trump has been showing an interest in a cause she may decide to focus on as first lady.
According to Vanity Fair, "she appears to be bringing children's issues front and center."
In the past few days, she has been more active on Twitter, posting messages about her activities related to kids.
On Tuesday, she tweeted a photo of her and other women standing behind President Trump who signed a bill intended to encourage women and girls to enter the science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
The following day, Melania shared a photo of her visit to Children's National Hospital with the message, "My prayers and thoughts are with all of the children and families."
And on March 2, the first lady tweeted about reading to kids at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center with the comment, "Honoring children."
However, Vanity Fair points out that she "has yet to officially identify the issues she will tackle as First Lady."
Meanwhile, during a news conference last month, President Trump said about his wife, "She — like others like others that she's working with — feel very, very strongly about women's issues, women's difficulties. She's a very, very strong advocate. I think she's a great representative for this country."
He also indicated that Melania and their 10-year-old son Barron would be moving to the White House after his current school term ends.