Melania Trump joined her fellow former first ladies in a rare public appearance while attending Rosalynn Carter’s funeral.
Trump showed up to the private tribute service Tuesday in a tweed overcoat featuring a small belt that cinched her around the waist and flowed down to her mid-calf, revealing her bare legs and black heels.
She held onto black leather gloves and styled her hair in loose curly locks.
Along with Trump, former first ladies Michelle Obama, Laura Bush and Hillary Clinton were also in attendance at Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church in Atlanta.
Obama dressed in a black turtleneck and matching pants with a black blazer over it. She slicked her hair back into a ponytail and accessorized the outfit with black kitten heels and silver chunky hoops.
Bush went with a three-quarter sleeve black dress with an oversized pearl necklace and black open-toed shoes, while Clinton sported a buttoned-up oversized sweater coat with black slacks and black heels.
They all sat next to each other to honor the memorable former first lady.
Current First Lady Jill Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were also in attendance, with the former wearing a black long-sleeve shirt, black skirt and black tights.
In addition to the women, President Joe Biden and former President Bill Clinton also paid their respects.
Most notably, Jimmy Carter, who celebrated his 99th birthday last month, was present to honor Rosalynn.
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While he was unable to speak at the service, their daughter, Amy Lynn Carter, read a letter he wrote to his late wife 75 years ago while serving in the Navy.
“My darling, every time I have ever been away from you, I have been thrilled when I return to discover just how wonderful you are. While I am away, I try to convince myself that you really are not, could not be as sweet and beautiful as I remember. But when I see you, I fall in love with you all over again. Does that seem strange to you? It doesn’t to me. Goodbye, darling. Until tomorrow,” she read.
The couple’s three sons — John William, James Earl “Chip” and Donnel Jeffrey Carter — also paid their respects and sat next to their dad.
Her grandson, Jason Carter, also spoke at the service, while country singers Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood performed.
Rosalynn died on Nov. 19 after battling dementia. She was 96.