First lady Melania Trump has been absent from the public eye for 22 days after her decision not to leave with her husband on Friday to a presidential retreat over the weekend in Camp David in Maryland.
Other than her message chiding the media, the White House has been largely silent on the first lady's status.
A White House spokeswoman has confirmed that Melania will accompany her husband to a reception for families of deceased service personnel today, ending her 24-day purdah.
A spokesperson for the first lady confirmed the planned appearance to CNN.
The first lady underwent an embolization procedure on Monday, May 14, likely to remove a cyst from her kidney.
Donald Trump just spent the weekend at Camp David - without her. The tweet also doesn't count as a public appearance, which means at the time of writing, it's now been 23 days since she was verifiably spotted.
Melania's only public communication during this time has come via six tweets.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap. She was released from the hospital five days later.
This tweet from her official @FLOTUS account last week only made people wonder if Trump was trying to craft statements on her behalf, since the language sounded a lot like something he would tweet.
In April, she represented her husband's administration at former first lady Barbara Bush's funeral.
There have been no indications on when she may been seen in public again and the two events she is working on are likely weeks away.