Trump family goes on holiday, but where's Melania?

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Melania Trump's spokesperson also confirmed Sunday that she will not attend the G7 Summit or Singapore meeting with President Trump this month.

Melania Trump was last seen May 10 greeting Americans released from detention in North Korea.

Amid all the speculation about her shift from the White House to NY, she herself cleared the air by tweeting out to her followers - but in quite a non-Melania-ish tone.

When asked about the whereabouts of Melania, the Washington Post reported that President Trump pointed to a White House window and said: "She's doing great".

It's unclear when Trump will make a public appearance, but Grisham insisted Friday, "She is fine, she's doing great".

Trump's absence from the public eye has prompted reactions, including jokes and conspiracy theories, from many social media users.

She addressed them on Wednesday, tweeting: "I see the media is working overtime speculating where I am & what I'm doing".

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Going back to Melania Trump's latest tweet - "Working overtime?" - ever heard the idiom before? As the global media couldn't stop speculating about her whereabouts, she took to Twitter to quash rumours about her health and marriage.

Mrs. Trump accompanied her husband to the G7 summit in Italy past year.

The first lady has gone on other prominent global trips.

And comedian and actor Jim Carrey used his paintbrush to depict a possible fate for the first lady, amid rumors of a rift with her husband, depicting her undergoing the brainwashing process from the Stanley Kubrick movie A Clockwork Orange.

The White House had said earlier Friday that Mrs. Trump would skip this trip, but gave no official reason.

President Trump told Reuters Thursday that his wife is "in great shape" after her surgical procedure. "The First Lady looks forward to a full recovery so she can continue her work on behalf of children everywhere".