Melania Trump was filmed on Monday night getting off the official US presidential aircraft, Air Force One. As the First Lady exited the plane at Stansted Airport, she appeared to look unsteady and fiercely gripped her husband, US President Donald Trump.
Mrs Trump was seen holding on to her husband as they walked down the stairs.
However, on Twitter, users seem to believe it was Mr Trump who made his wife unsteady.
One user wrote: “Trump clings to his 5’10” cane Melania & the railing while descending all the stairs of AF 1.”
Reports have previously suggested the US president is afraid of stairs and could have leaned on his wife for support.
Another reason for the unsteady exit of the plane could have been the windy conditions at the airport on Monday night.
Nevertheless, the First Lady looked stunning sporting a bright red coat and black heels for her London visit.
Her husband was wearing a suit and blue tie.
The trench coat, the brand of which is unknown, had a classic tailored shape and fell just bellow Mrs Trump’s knees.
The First Lady chose to pull up the sharp collar on the coat to protect her neck from the winds as she descended the steps of the aircraft with her husband.
The event will mark 70 years of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.
Many members of the British Royal Family will be present at the Buckingham Palace reception, including the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall formally greeting the politicians and their partners.
Other royals expected to attend the reception are Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, Princess Anne, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Princess Alexandra.
On Wednesday, December 4, world leaders will meet at the Grove Hotel near Watford.
A statement released by the White House said: “President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will travel to the United Kingdom from December 2 to 4, 2019, to attend the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Leaders Meeting and a reception hosted by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.”
Mr Trump is planning to discuss defence spending and addressing threats “emanating from cyberspace, those affecting our critical infrastructure and telecommunications networks, and those posed by terrorism” according to the statement.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the leaders will “address the security challenges we face now and in the future, and to ensure that NATO continues to adapt in order to keep its population of almost one billion people safe.”
He also wrote: “The next meeting of #NATO Heads of State and Government will take place in London in December.
“It is the ideal setting to mark 70 years of transatlantic cooperation, as the home of NATO’s first HQ back in 1949. Grateful to UK for hosting.”