Young Barron Trump has remained out of the public eye for the past few months, but he re-emerged on Monday for the delivery of the White House Christmas Tree.
The 11-year-old is President Trump’s youngest son, and from the looks of it he’s going to be the tallest as well. When the President first took office in January, Barron was noticeably shorter than his mother, Melania, who stands at a modest 5’ 11”.
But what a difference a few months makes. When Barron and Melania walked outside of the White House on Monday, the boy was seen nearly towering over his mother, who was wearing at least 3” heels…and he’s only 11.
Check it out:
Wow. Haven’t seen young Barron Trump is a few months. This boy has GROWN!
— Sean Brown (@Patriot_Beaver) November 21, 2017
He’s going to be a tall guy when he becomes an adult. But then again, his father is well over 6 feet tall, so he has the genes to tower over everyone around him.
That’s not to mention, he is a handsome little devil. But again, he has good genes, so.
As for the Christmas Tree event, the Daily Mail has more:
Today’s appearance by the two Trumps was short and sweet.
First, a horse drawn carriage pulled up this year’s tree, which will eventually be situated in the Blue Room.
The White House’s giant Christmas trees almost always fill the entire room.
This year’s tree was provided by the Chapman family of Silent Night Evergreens, located in Endeavor, Wisconsin.
They were the winners of the National Christmas Tree Association national tree contest.
The winners of the contest have provided the official White House Christmas tree since 1966, the White House said.
Melania Trump stepped onto the North Portico, sporting slacks, heeled boots, a red turtleneck sweater and had a plaid trench coat draped over her shoulders, a style the first lady loves to wear.
A dressed-up Barron was wearing a white button down shirt and a jacket and slacks with boots.
The two Trumps greeted the horse-drawn carriage and spent about a minute surveying the tree before going to meet and take pictures with the Chapman family.
The tree greeting ceremony marks the official start of the holiday season at the White House, which will continue tomorrow with President Trump’s first turkey pardoning.
What a difference a new President makes, eh? His wife and son have captivated the hearts of people across America, and rightly so.
It would be awesome if Barron and Melania were to get the same glowing coverage Michelle Obama and her daughters did, but the hostile media wouldn’t ever praise anything about the Trump White House, even an 11-year-old boy and his mother, who seems like the sweetest woman on the planet. So it’s up to us to let others know just how much we love our new First Family by sharing stories like this for people on social media to see.