Melania Trump dazzles in low-cut green dress as she leaves for Camp David

Melania, 47, her husband US President Donald Trump, 71, and their son Barron, 11, were pictured walking across the South Lawn of the White House in Washington DC today to board Marine One as they headed for their weekend away at Camp David. 

The couple were also joined by Donald’s daughter Ivanka Trump, 35, and her family – husband Jared Kushner, 36, their sons Theodore, 1, and Joseph, 3, and their daughter Arabella, 6. 

Melania wore a midi-length dark green dress which featured orange and blue banding round the the waist and neckline. 

The frock had a plunging neckline and a pleated skirt and accentuated the First Lady’s curves. 

She completed the look with a pair of bright orange stiletto heels and square framed sunglasses. 

Her hair was down and in waves and while she sported perfectly manicured nails her make-up was kept natural-looking. 

The family have headed to the country retreat near Thurmont, Maryland for the weekend. 

The First Lady’s style has been hugely popular this week. 

On Sunday, she was pictured stepping off Air Force One and onto the runway in Washington with her Donald and her son Barron. 

Two days after she stepped out in the white and yellow gown she was wearing, the dress completely sold out.

The dress is a creation of Spanish brand Delpozo – and cost an eye-wateringly expensive sum.

It originally retailed for $2,300 (£1792.85).

The white dress featured wide shoulder straps, a nipped-in waistband and a grey and yellow skirt.

She added nude suede heels to the look and dark sunglasses.

Melania is a fan of the brand and has worn their designs a few times. The brand is known for their bold colours and ladylike shapes.