According to a Politico report, the 47-year-old will be leaving her current home in New York’s Trump Tower and join her husband in Washington on June 14.

Melania initially broke with tradition by not moving into the White House straight away after Trumps inauguration.

Donald Trump did say Melania and Barron, 11, would move to Washington “very soon, after he’s finished with school” in New York.

However, no date was set for the move, and it appeared Melania was taking her time moving away from her New York home.

But, according to people familiar with the First Lady’s plans, a date is now set and it won’t be long before she moves into the White House.

The report also revealed Melania’s parents, Victor and Amalija Knavs, will begin to make more appearances at the White House, although they will not be moving there full time.

Victor and Amalija currently live with their daughter and grandson in Trump Tower.

Though Melania accompanied her husband on several events and his first inaugural foreign tour last month, she was largely not been seen in Washington.

 White House aides believe the First Lady’s presence will have a positive effect on the president.

Sam Nunberg, a former Trump campaign aide, told Politico: “She’s a strong influence and personality, and I think she comforts him.”

Melania has made an impression all over the world, whether it’s her impeccable taste in fashion, slapping away her husband’s hand in public or her interactions with American comedians. But one inspired fan decided to pay tribute to America’s First Lady in the form of a statue.

Sculptor Stevo Selak, from Bosnia, decided he would create models of Melania and Trump to be part of his backyard scenery.

The sculpture, who lives in Banja Luka, created the pair using gypsum plaster.

His Donald has his hand resting on the shoulder of a model of Vladimir Putin, while his Melania poses with her hand on her hip and clutches a pink purse.

Melania also stands by herself in the backyard, some distance away from her husbands.

Stevo built the sculptures of the most powerful political figures in the world after first building monuments of members of his own family.