Melania Trump has spoken about her marriage to US President Donald Trump and rumours of his affairs.
The first lady gave a rare TV interview during a recent trip to Africa, with no questions off-limits.
Through it all, she's held her tongue. Ms Trump was silent when porn star Stormy Daniels stepped forward. She said nothing when the White House denied the affair, and she remained tight-lipped when the president later admitted to paying hush money to keep Ms Daniels silent.
Now, a much-hyped tell-all interview with the first lady has addressed allegations of her husband's infidelity.
"It is not concern and focus of mine. I'm a mother and first lady and I have much more important things to think about and to do," Ms Trump said.
"I know people like to speculate and media like to speculate about our marriage and circulate the gossip but I understand the gossip sells newspapers, magazines, and unfortunately, we live in this kind of world today."
She said it's "not always pleasant, of course, but I know what is right and what is wrong and what is true and not true".
Ms Trump insists she is not focused on the scandal, but it is clear she cannot ignore it.
She said she was not happy when her husband's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, appeared to put words in her mouth.
"She believes in her husband - she knows it's not true. I don't think there's even a slight suspicion that it's true," Mr Guiliani had said at the time.
Ms Trump said, "I never talk to Mr Giuliani".
"Why do you think he came out and said that? I don't know. You need to ask him."
A former model, the first lady moved to New York in 1996 shortly before meeting Donald Trump.
"He came with a date and he was known as kind of a lady's man."
During the interview, Ms Trump said she knew for 20 years that he had dreamed of being president, and she had pictured herself being a "very traditional" first lady by his side, saying, "I will support him. I will stand by my man".
While the first lady has continued to stand by her husband, their relationship has been widely scrutinized.
The first lady is adamant she still has a good marriage, despite many images appearing to show the contrary.
"Yes we are fine. Yes," she said of their relationship.
"It's what media speculate and it's gossip. It's not always correct stuff."