Melania Trump visits military base in festive green coat

Melania Trump looked ready for the holidays as she donned a green wool coat to sort and box toys at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C.

The 47-year-old first lady traveled to the base on Wednesday to help with the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots campaign, which distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas.

Melania’s winter green pea coat was belted at the waist and worn over a pair of figure-hugging tan pants.

The former model tucked her pants into a pair of nude, high-heeled boots that reached her calves.

Keeping with her holiday look, Melania wore her highlighted brown hair loose around her shoulders, and she wore minimal jewelry aside from her diamond wedding band.

The Toys for Tots program has provided toys and other gifts to millions of needy children around the country at Christmas since the 1940s, and Melania looked happy to sort through toys at the base.

Throughout her husband’s presidency, Melania has reveled in working with children, and Wednesday was no exception.

The mother-of-one was all smiles as she took some time to sit down with a group of kids while she helped them make holiday cards.

At one point, Melania was seen squatting down to show three-year-old Mehreem Donahue from McLean, Virginia, a toy that was in her hand.

The first lady appeared to take a liking to to the tot, as she was also photographed picking her up and sitting her on her lap while she chatted with the other children around her.

Melania’s face lit up with delight as she checked out some of the kids’ holiday cards at the charitable event.