The First Lady of the United States jetted off to Africa on Monday, for her first ever solo international trip.
The 48-year-old was today pictured at Cape Coast Castle on the Gold Coast of West Africa.
Melania Trump opted for a brown blouse which featured mid-length sleeves.
She teamed her top with a pair of paler, beige cigarette trousers.
Coordinating her outfit, she completed the look with a pair of muted-toned snakeskin-style shoes.
During the visit, Melania walked with Museum Educator, Kwesi Essel-Blankson.
The pair could be seen chatting as the First Lady learnt about the history of the setting.
White House Correspondent for Reuters, Jeff Mason, gave insight into the visit on Twitter.
Writing in view of his 53,500 followers, he penned: “@FLOTUS [Melania Trump] at the Door of No Return at a slave castle in Ghana.”
He continued: “‘It’s very emotional,’ she said at the end of the visit.
Yesterday, Melania was pictured wearing an outfit worth more than £2,000, as she landed in Ghana.
Stepping off a plane at Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana, the First Lady wore a Celine dress.
The item, which retails at £1,541.08 ($2,000), featured a mid-length cut, and was made up of red and white stripes.
She also sported a pair of Manolo Blahnik shoes, which are priced at £481.59 ($625).
The First Lady waved at the world’s media as she made her way off the aircraft.