The First Lady kicked off her visit to Kenya by feeding baby elephants at a wildlife conservation park.
The US First Lady Melania is expected to leave the country on Friday morning.
The U.S. first lady arrived at Nairobi National Park on Friday to learn about steps the east African nation is taking to conserve elephants and rhinos.
She had the opportunity to get up close to a baby elephant, and photographs show her smiling warmly at the animal. First Lady Margaret Kenyatta will also be in attendance. Speaking of, the wife of Donald Trump was almost knocked over by an excited elephant during her visit to the animal sanctuary.
Past year he appeared to refer to a non-existent country called "Nambia" in a speech to ambassadors from the continent.
Before visiting the orphanage, she was accompanied to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta.
"Do you see the cameras?" she said to the boy before cradling another baby. "Her attire is a signal of her understanding of what Africa is in 2018". She came here without Donald Trump and has managed to avoid some of the more uncomfortable situations that previous visitors have faced: President George W. Bush encountered elephants mating when he embarked on a safari in Botswana in 2018.
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Trump took the time to read a story to a group of children before a young boy read a story to her in turn.
The first lady also stopped at a site where ivory burns take place - a conservationist effort meant to discourage the ivory trade.
According to Malawi State House official says Mrs Trump was looking forward to seeing how the USA can continue working together with Malawi to support a USAid programme that is focused on children's education.
The first lady is apparent ticking off a list of things clueless visitors do while in Africa, inspiring a #FlotusinAfricabingo hashtag.
"When people think of Africa, they have these standard narratives", Dionne said.
United States First Lady Melania Trump has left Kenya for Cairo, Egypt, the final stop in her solo, week-long Africa tour.
She then made a brief stop in Malawi where she toured a primary school. "It is a lovely thing to see", Trump tweeted.