Melania Trump is taking the final leg of her tour in Africa, following a week-long trip to the continent in order to promote her Be Best campaign.
Earlier today, the 48-year-old was spotted boarding her military plane at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya, after spending two nights in the country.
Having taken a game drive tour at the Nairobi National Park yesterday, the First Lady’s outfit choice made a nod at some of the local wildlife.
The green shirtdress featured orange prints of animals – such as rhinoceros, zebras, and flamingos.
Her outfit was cut to a midi-length, and featured a buttoned design down the front – creating a slashed look as she walked.
Melania teamed her outfit with a large brown buckle belt at her waist.
She opted for a brown suede stilettos as she strolled down the red carpet towards the aircraft.
As she boarded the plane, the US First Lady, who is married to Donald Trump, turned to face onlookers.
She raised one hand in the air and waved, while offering a wide grin.
Melania wore her sleek highlighted locks in loose curls, which tumbled around her shoulders.
She kept her make-up simple, and completed the aesthetic with a slick of pale pink lipstick.
CNN reporter Kate Bennett, who has been following her trip, posted a video of the former fashion model boarding the plane.
Beside the upload, she wrote: “@FLOTUS waves goodbye to Kenya wearing a cotton safari shirt dress w animal print dubbed “memories of Kenya” by Sofia Detak. Next stop: Egypt.”
Yesterday, Melania was pictured with the First Lady for Kenya, Margaret Kenyatta, 54.
The pair paused for pictures, ahead of having a meeting at the State House in Nairobi.
The fashion icon wore a yellow and white striped dress, as well as a chunky white belt and matching flat shoes.
Earlier that day, Melania had visited an elephant orphanage in the capital – David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
She opted for a pair of khaki riding pants, a white shirt, and a thin brown belt.
However, Melania’s security guard rushed to her side, after an elephant had nudged her.
The animal’s sudden move was not thought to be serious, but saw the First Lady take a slight step back.