NAIROBI (Reuters) – U.S. first lady Melania Trump study to babies at an orphanage, fed a baby elephant, and went on a short safari on Friday in Kenya, the third country on her virtually week-long Africa tour.
Trump, who has additionally visited Ghana and Malawi, kicked off her day with a stop at an elephant orphanage, the place she helped bottle feed an elephant and patted one other, evidently having a fine time.
Afterwards she donned a white hat and took a short safari in Nairobi national Park, passing by way of zebras, giraffes and different animals.
the primary lady then visited a native toddlers’s orphanage. She delighted in preserving children and held hands with older babies, who sang and danced. She additionally examine them a ebook.
Trump met together with her counterpart, Kenya’s first lady Margaret Kenyatta, and attended a theater performance.
Trump departs for Egypt on Saturday morning earlier than returning to the U.S..
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