Melania Trump is back in the limelight — sort of.
The First Lady made her first public appearance in nearly a month on Monday, and while the event was closed to the press, a reporter for a pro-Trump outlet was in attendance.
“Good to see her doing well,” Jena Greene, a reporter for the right-wing Daily Caller, tweeted along with a video of President Trump and the First Lady making their way to a podium at a White House event honoring families of those killed in military service.
Greene followed up with a couple of tweets quoting President Trump.
“Melania had a little problem a couple weeks ago but she wouldn’t miss this for anything,” Trump said, according to Greene.
Greene said Trump then made a joke about “speculation” that he and the First Lady are about to get divorce, saying that’s not happening. “Isn’t that right honey?” the President quipped to laughs from the families in attendance, according to Greene.
Multiple White House spokespeople did not respond to requests for comment from the Daily News on why Greene was in the room, even though she identifies as a “reporter” on Twitter. Greene did not respond to direct messages.
The Monday evening event marks the first time Melania Trump has been seen in public since May 10, when she and her husband traveled to a military base in Maryland to welcome home three Americans who had been released from captivity in North Korea.
Four days later, the White House announced the First Lady had been hospitalized for a benign kidney condition.