Long-standing rumors surrounding first lady Melania Trump and President Trump's living arrangements were reaffirmed in a new book.
The first lady not only sleeps in a separate room from the president, but her room is on a completely different floor of the White House, CNN correspondent Kate Bennett's book Free, Melania: The Unauthorized Biography says.
The first lady's private room is on the third floor in a two-room space. The second space in the room is used as a "glam room" and a private gym with a Pilates machine. The president sleeps in the master bedroom on the second level of the White House residence.
The Trumps aren't the first presidential couple to have separate bedrooms. President John F. Kennedy had a separate bedroom from his wife, Jacqueline. The Kennedys however, were still very different than the Trumps, first lady expert Kate Andersen Brower told PEOPLE.
"Even when the Kennedys stayed in separate bedrooms, there were great stories about Jackie Kennedy running into her husband’s bedroom or him back to her bedroom," she told the outlet in 2018.
The president and first lady are no strangers to breaking tradition. The couple's living arrangement first raised questions right after Trump's inauguration when Melania chose not to immediately move into the White House. The first lady stayed behind in New York until June 2017 while their son, Barron, finished the school year.
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