‘I was the most pregnant bride in the world’: Melania Trump on being pregnant

When Melania Trump was 14 years old, her parents were having marital problems, and her parents went to the doctor to find out what was wrong.

She had an MRI scan, and a few months later, she was diagnosed with gestational hypertension.

Her parents called the doctor’s office to tell them that she had hypertension.

They had never thought that they would have to give up their marriage because of the condition.

“I felt so overwhelmed.

I felt like, ‘Oh, God, I’m pregnant,'” Trump told TODAY in a 2015 interview.

It was a devastating moment for Melania, who was told by her mother that she was going to be the mother of four children.

Melania was diagnosed at age 23, but she didn’t know she was pregnant until a month later.

When she was 23, her mother had to take her to the emergency room for a blood test because she couldn’t get the needle to penetrate the wall of the MRI room.

But the results came back negative, so they decided to give her a second MRI and found out that she wasn’t pregnant.

The family was devastated and she had to go into labor.

During her pregnancy, Melania became a media sensation.

After the birth of her third child, in September 2020, Melania told TODAY she didn�t know how much longer she was carrying her first child, who had been conceived with her husband, Jared Kushner, at the time.

Jared, who at the age of 18 was already pregnant with their second child, and then Ivanka, was also pregnant with a baby boy when he was born.

Trump has spoken about her experiences as a pregnant woman, including when she was given an injection of a contraceptive in the hospital, which she thought was an antibiotic.

That said, Melania and Jared did not know at the start of the pregnancy that they were having a child with an ectopic pregnancy, which is when the embryo implants in the womb, rather than in the ovary.

Melania, now the 45th first lady of the United States, told TODAY that she still has a lot of questions about the birth, like whether the baby will be a boy or a girl.

Although Melania told ABC News in 2015 that she felt “bitter” that her husband did not give her the information that he was expecting, she said she was thrilled when the news was announced.

“I was in shock,” she said.

“I was thrilled.

I thought, Oh, my gosh, that is great news.

And then I was like, Oh my gah, this is great.

And I cried.”

After Melania gave birth to her third and final child, a daughter, in February 2021, her husband met with President Trump and other officials to discuss ways to prevent ectopic pregnancies, a condition that can be fatal.

Melana told ABC that she has not talked to her husband about the baby and that he has been supportive of the process.

“He has never said anything bad about me or anything,” she told TODAY.

Despite her mother�s medical issues, Melania is adamant that she is not a hypocrite for her family to take a stance on prenatal health care.

“The reality is, I am a mother and I have a son, and I think everyone should have access to that care, and if they need it, they should have it,” she explained.

However, it�s important to remember that, while Melania does not have a problem with the use of birth control, she does not support the idea of using it for contraception.

In 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidance that said women should not use condoms or other methods to prevent pregnancy.

But as Melania has become the first woman to serve as first lady and the first to become a billionaire, her personal beliefs have changed.

Melanny Trump, left, with Ivanka Trump, right, in January 2017.

Melano says she has been surprised by the response she�s received from the public and that she feels more at home in the White House than her father did as first daughter.

“When I went to [the White House] it was like a different country,” she shared.

“People are really accepting of me and their reactions are really different than they were when I was first here.”

Her mother, Ivana, also believes in the importance of birth.

Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner and their children.

Melanima, a native of Slovenia, was born in New York City in 1988.

She has two daughters, Ivanka and Ivanka�s husband Jared, and their sons, Barron and Eric.

Melani said she has received support from both her parents and her family, including her sister and step-father, but says she is most grateful to her mother for giving her the support she needed.

“She really gave me a voice and really supported me,” she added.