Her visit will wrap up what has been considered a successful trip, where she has been promoting her Be Best program, focusing on things like cyberbullying and wellbeing.
Melania Trump, 48, has just touched back down on United States soil after a week-long tour around Africa.
On another American subject, the First Lady praised Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who faces sexual assault allegations, saying she was glad he and his accuser had a chance to be heard, according to Reuters. I want to talk about my trip, not what I wear...
She said: 'You know what?
And without voicing an opinion about the allegations, Mrs. Trump said victims of "any kind of abuse or violence" must be helped.
The First Lady later visited an orphanage, where she played with babies and read a book to the young children, before heading to watch a dance performance at the Nairobi National Theatre. "It's very important what we do, what I'm doing with USA aid, and what I do with my initiatives, and I wish people would focus on what I do, not what I wear".
Jason Burke explains in The Guardian that 19th century European explorers and imperial administrators in Africa, parts of Asia and the Middle East wore pith helmets, which were later incorporated into the uniforms of colonial military officers.
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"Personally, I think the US First Lady's decision to wear a pith helmet is appropriate", another person said, before grilling the first lady's style choice.
Earlier on Saturday Trump was welcomed by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his wife, Entissar, after she flew in from Kenya.
Trump also appeared to anticipate a question on reports that her husband had maligned African countries and Haiti, adopting White House parlance to dismiss those stories for being anonymously sourced.
"Nobody discussed that with me", she said of her hosts in Ghana, Kenya, Malawi and Egypt last week.
"Sometimes he listens and sometimes he doesn't", Melania continued. I tell him that.
Standing outside the Great Sphinx in Egypt, Melania Trump has spoken candidly about her husband Donald's Twitter usage and her feelings towards it.
Trump expressed some transparency with reporters in Egypt about her husband President Donald Trump's own Twitter comments.