Melania Trump spotted out in NYC with $33K Birkin bag as Donald hits the campaign trail

Melania Trump stepped out in New York City with a Hermès Birkin bag as her husband, Donald Trump, campaigns for the 2024 presidential election.

On Tuesday, the former first lady was photographed arriving at Trump Tower with her Hermès Birkin Sellier 25 ($33,000) in hand.

She matched her beige-colored tote with an all-white fit, consisting of a button-up, pants and ballet flats.

Melania Trump was seen walking in New York City with a $33,000 Birkin bag. MEGA
The former first lady was photographed arriving at Trump Tower Tuesday. MEGA

Melania, 54, kept her head down while walking inside the ritzy hotel as her husband arrived in Wisconsin Tuesday afternoon for a campaign rally.

In fact, the mother of one has kept a low profile following Donald’s “hush money” conviction on May 30.

The last time she was publicly photographed was on June 8 when she left Trump Tower and was escorted by her security team to a private residence in the Big Apple.

She wore an all-white fit to match her designer bag. MEGA
Melania has rarely been seen out since her husband Donald Trump’s hush money conviction. MEGA

Days before, Melania was once again seen leaving her husband’s hotel alongside her 18-year-old son, Barron Trump, with several piles of Louis Vuitton luggage.

She dolled up in a brown Max Mara jumpsuit ($1,345), accessorizing with an ostrich Hermès Kelly bag ($15,000).

The mother-and-son duo hopped into a black SUV and drove to their lavish Bedminster, N.J., estate known as the family’s “safe haven.”

She was last seen at Trump Tower on June 8. MEGA
Meanwhile, the former president has been campaigning for the 2024 presidential election. AFP via Getty Images

At the time, it was Melania’s first sighting more than a week after the 45th president was found guilty of falsifying records to hide evidence of hush money payments to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election.

The former model reportedly supported Trump, 78, at the Manhattan courts.

“I think in many ways [the guilty verdict is] tougher on [Melania and Barron] than it is on me,” Trump said following the trial.