A body language expert predicts that President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump will eventually separate.
Melania and their son, Barron Trump, are living in the White House for the first time since the president's inauguration, AOL.com reported. But recent viral moments between the first couple has one body language expert convinced that Melania may not be staying around much longer.
Susan Constantine said she believes Donald and Melania might have "had something at some point," but added that the romance has died.
"I think it's gotten worse. At the very beginning, when [she would] speak about her husband, she would stand up and speak on his behalf [and] when he'd put his foot in his mouth, she was always there to support him," Constantine told Elite Daily. "I think she's gotten to a place where, now, since he's become president, that already inflated narcissistic personality is out of control."
Constantine mentioned the now-viral clip of Melania smacking away her husband's hand at Tel Aviv.
"It's so obvious when I see them in different scenarios, coming on the plane or off the plane, he just has no respect for her or any woman," Constantine said, adding that media attention has made things worse.
"When the cameras are on, and he tries to hold her hand, I'm sure that he's now more aware that everyone's watching that there's some discord or tension in that relationship, that he's now going to the next stage which is trying to show for the camera, let's make this look good," Constantine said.
"[Melania]'s giving these gestures that's saying, 'I want everyone to know that I'm not agreeable. I am not here with you. We are separate people,'" Constantine added. "I think she's gotten to the point where you can only walk ahead of me so many times, you can only ignore me so much, she's basically saying, excuse my language, eff you."
The rift between the two is so apparent that Constantine believes they will eventually split up.
"I just cannot imagine that these two are going to stay married; they don't have even the elementary foundation of couple love and compassion and physical-ness between them," Constantine concluded. "There's none of that, I don't see it."
Meanwhile, the president took to Twitter on June 19 to shift his focus on repealing Obamacare.
"Big day tomorrow in Georgia and South Carolina. ObamaCare is dead," the president tweeted. "Dems want to raise taxes big! They can only obstruct, no ideas. Vote 'R.'"