Barron Trump is finally getting ready to move into the White House, and it looks like he's bringing some friends with him.
America's first family will soon be reuniting at the White House. Barron and his mother first lady Melania Trump had stayed behind in New York City after President Donald Trump took office on Jan. 20 so that the 10-year-old could finish the school year, Hollywood Life reported.
With the school year coming to an end in May, Barron is getting ready to become the youngest first son to live in the White House since the late John F. Kennedy Jr. in the early 1960's. And it looks like Barron is bringing some company with him, as he's already planning sleepovers with friends from his Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School in New York City's Upper West Side.
“Barron has been asking some of his school friends to come visit him in the White House,” an unidentified source told the New York Daily News. “He has said to his parents, ‘I hope there are bedrooms for my friends to come visit.'”
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According to Hollywood Life, Barron's classmates are reportedly overjoyed at the idea of visiting the White House, America's most famous home.
"Kids at his school are already planning sleepovers,” the source added.
While Barron has in the past appeared shy during his father's public moments, he will be making his debut at the White House for the traditional Easter egg hunt.
“It’s my understanding that Barron will be at the (White House) Easter egg hunt,” the source confirmed.
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But Barron isn't the only one getting ready to make their White House debut. His mother Melania is also preparing to step in and fulfill her role as first lady.
“Melania is ramping up her public appearances. She’s becoming more comfortable in her role as first lady,” the source explained.
Stephanie Grisham, the deputy press secretary who worked on the Trump campaign, was recently announced as the director of communications for the first lady.
“She’s been getting media coaching to make her more comfortable speaking,” the source added. “She’s ready. She’s doing everything but packing.”