Melania Trump is in Africa for her first extended solo trip as First Lady, and visited Nairobi National Park to see its conservation work.
A group of children is also listed to entertain her on Friday.
As well as the national park, she visited an orphanage and watched a children's performance at the city's national theatre. A boy read a story to her in turn. She is now on day five of her week-long tour of Africa.
After donning a white pith helmet, Mrs. Trump later climbed into an open-air vehicle for the 90-minute safari, taking photos on an iPhone and peering through binoculars for a closer look at zebras, giraffes, impalas, sleeping rhinos and hippos bobbing in water.
Mrs. Trump arrived at The Nest orphanage on Friday after helping feed baby elephants, still clad in the riding trousers and tall brown boots she had worn on a safari.
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The first Lady snaps a selfie while being guided around the park.
According to a release issued by the network, the "wide-ranging interview" with Tom Llamas, which took place during the first few days of Melania's Africa trip, will feature as part of Being Melania: The First Lady, which is set to air on Friday, October 12 at 10pm ET.
But since she is fine, guess we are all fine and do not have to worry about owing an explanation to US President Donald Trump why his wife was nudged by an elephant.
She appears to be relishing her time in Africa.
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The First Lady fed an elephant and met with national park workers.
Mr Trump incurred the wrath of Africans in February this year when he used the word "shithole" to refer to African nations when talking about immigration. She bent down and scooped up some of the burned ivory, rubbing it lightly in her hands and spent several minutes asking the warden questions.
Trump had decried lifting the ban as a "horror show", but he did not intervene after the agency announced that the importation of elephant trophies will be approved on a "case-by-case basis".
In the afternoon, Mrs Kenyatta hosted her USA counterpart at State House, Nairobi where they held discussions on their shared interests in areas of health and welfare of mothers and children as well as conservation.
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