New photos of first lady Melania Trump and first son Barron Trump walking alongside President Donald Trump have surfaced online, and in some of them, Melania is seen wearing sunglasses in the dark of night.
The first family was seen walking across the tarmac prior to boarding Air Force One at Morristown Municipal Airport on Aug. 20, The Inquisitr reported. Melania was seen donning a white and yellow sundress, while Barron was seen wearing a red shirt that read, “On your mark, tiger shark!" Melania was also seen wearing sunglasses at night.
The family was also photographed landing back in Washington, D.C., following Trump's two-week vacation in Bedminster, New Jersey. The president appeared to be in good spirits, offering fist bumps in the air as he arrived back at the White House with his wife and youngest son.
Melania and Barron have not appeared in any photos in quite a while. Several social media users couldn't help but notice something different about the first son.
"Dude is HUGE. Isn't he like 12?" wrote one Reddit user.
"12 foot? Yes," quipped another.
"He's a giant!! He was small during the inauguration," observed another user.
"Place your bets: by 2024, he'll be 6'6'?" added another.
"I love seeing a kid being a kid. He's not their 'show kid.' He's his own person and marches to the beat of his own drum," commented another user.
Other commenters were more focused on Barron's footwear.
"Good kid, but he needs to rethink those kicks," wrote one user.
"I'll bet those are $5k each," wrote another.
"Melania definitely made him wear those shoes," quipped another.
There were some changes in the White House while the president was gone. On Aug. 18, The New York Times reported that Chief Strategist Steve Bannon was being removed from his position.
According to advisers close to Trump, the president had grown weary of Bannon. He believed the Breitbart executive was leaking information to reporters, and was taking too much credit for his successes.
Despite the reports, Trump and Bannon appear to have left each other on good terms.
“In many ways I think I can be more effective fighting from the outside for the agenda President Trump ran on," Bannon said in a statement that day. "And anyone who stands in our way, we will go to war with."
Trump took to Twitter the following day to thank Bannon for his contributions.
"I want to thank Steve Bannon for his service. He came to the campaign during my run against Crooked Hillary Clinton - it was great! Thanks S," the president tweeted. "Steve Bannon will be a tough and smart new voice at [Breitbart News]...maybe even better than ever before. Fake News needs the competition!"