Young patients at the Queen Fabiola Children’s University Hospital used a sketch toy to make a sign reading “Welcome Mrs. Trump.” The first lady, wearing a knee-length dusty rose leather jacket and skirt, toured the hospital Thursday and joined a group of children making paper flowers, a Belgian tradition. Two of the children sitting with her were hooked up to IVs.
They shared opinions on favourite flowers. The first lady said she likes peonies, tulips, roses and especially orchids. Mrs. Trump also visited the Vatican’s children’s hospital earlier this week and gave the children Dr. Seuss books.