FLOTUS has not been seen in the public eye since May 10th, after undergoing what President Donald Trump's people have been calling a "medical procedure" to address a "benign kidney issue", an issue which the President has referred to as "a little thing".
The White House schedule for Monday lists the Gold Star Families Memorial Day Reception as a closed-press event and says the first lady will be in attendance alongside President Trump.
The first lady has been to Canada once before, travelling to Toronto for her first solo foreign trip last September for the Invictus Games, where she represented her husband and met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and their two eldest children. But, in a twist worthy of Poe or Coleridge, when said reporters turned to the window to look for Melania Trump, she was nowhere to be found.
Media was barred from the private event but Ms Greene, who works for conservative news site Daily Caller, tweeted a video apparently showing Mrs Trump entering the packed East Room with her husband.
It's the second year the Trumps have opened the White House to Gold Star families.
Melania Trump attended the G7 meeting in Italy past year.
The first lady herself tweeted photographs showing her in the audience.
The White House confirmed that US sanctions will remain in place on North Korea unless the country agrees to abandon its nuclear program.
"To all those who have lost loved ones in service to our country, our nation grieves with you", her statement read. The press is not invited, but no doubt we will receive some kind of confirmation from some source whether the first lady was there or not. These are Gold Star families.
Some said Melania had moved back to NY or was cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller, head of the main investigation into alleged Russian election meddling that President Trump has branded a "witch hunt". The first lady said in a written statement after last June's event that these families "are a unique and distinct category of individuals who should be cherished".
In recent days, communications director Stephanie Grisham has said the first lady is "doing really well", but had declined to provide details about her condition.
Her first clue that she would be a different first lady came when she made a decision to continue living at Trump Tower after her husband took office in January 2017, citing a desire to maintain stability for her son's schooling.