How to dress like the President in the US presidential suite
The US Presidential Suite, one of the first rooms in the White House, has been redesigned to look like the current occupant of the Oval Office.
The suite is the first to be renovated in more than a century, following an extensive renovation of the residence in 2001, which cost nearly $600 million (£370 million).
It is being rebuilt from scratch after a refurbishment project was announced in January, but the first of many renovations to the residence was postponed due to budget cuts.
It is expected to reopen in March.
The renovated suite will be fitted with high-end furnishings, including leather seats, gold accents and glass walls, which are expected to enhance the overall design.
The room will feature a private elevator and access to the President’s Executive Office Building (EOB), which was originally built in 1924.
The President’s suite was originally made for his wife, first lady Nancy, and their three children, Donald Jr, Ivanka and Eric.
The Presidential Suite was renovated in 2001 for $300 million (£250 million) and opened to the public in 2001.
It had previously been a private residence but was made public in 2018 after the President announced a plan to renovate the White Houses mansion.
In 2018, President Donald Trump hosted the annual State of the Union address in the Executive Suite, the Presidential Suite being the only suite accessible to the US President.
The building has been renovated in recent years to make room for the new President, and it has undergone several other upgrades since then, including a new coat of paint.
It has been used for more than 40 years by US presidents, including Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
In the past, the President has used the suite for events and briefings, including with world leaders, including US President Xi Jinping and French President Emmanuel Macron.
In 2019, the new suite was also the location of President Trump’s first official visit to China, which took place in March 2018.