A handwriting expert has analysed the First Lady’s script in a note that she left at a children’s hospital in Italy on Wednesday, and reckons it can provide an insight into her personality.
Sheila Kurtz, a master graphologist based in New York claims that something as simple as curly letters and precise points are telling signs.
Having studied President Trump’s handwriting for several decades, Kurtz insists that while the First Lady generally doesn’t give much away about herself, her writing reveals plenty.
After visiting the children Hospital in Italy on Wednesday, she left a note, which read, “Great visiting you! Stay strong & positive! Much love, Melania Trump.”
She also drew two images of a flower and a love heart.
“Throughout there are little final hooks at the end of words, which show tenacity - she is tenacious about holding on to whatever she acquires,” she told the Daily Mail.
Similarly, Kurtz also claims that these hooks show she likes to collect and own things, both material and immaterial.
And that the precision in her letters and dots shows that she is a good listener, direct, loyal and has good self control.
Interestingly, Kurtz reveals that there are uncanny similarities between Mrs Trump’s and the President’s signatures.
She says that the verticality of Melania Trump’s looks similar to her husband’s although hers is tighter, cramped and lacks any sign of generosity of spirit.
In comparison, Kurtz says that Donald Trump’s handwriting indicates that he doesn’t want anyone to know him and that his signature shows “extreme signs of vanity".