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The White House on Monday hosted the 139th annual Easter Egg Roll, which was expected to include some 18,000 (wooden) eggs and at least 21,000 guests on the South Lawn.

This year's Easter Egg Roll will be smaller than those of past years (35,000 people attended the Obamas' final event). President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, and their 11-year-old son, Barron, who lives in New York City with the first lady, hosted kids and costumed characters at the executive mansion.

— which as the "Super Bowl of White House social events" — is an early test for Melania Trump, whose office is responsible for organizing the day.

There were signs that planning for it got off to a rocky start when, in February, the wooden-egg manufacturer, Wells Wood Turning, tweeted a reminder of the deadline for ordering the commemorative eggs.



"It's the single most high-profile event that takes place at the White House each year, and the White House and the first lady are judged on how well they put it on," Melinda Bates, who organized all eight White House Easter Egg Rolls under President Bill Clinton, the week before the event.

"I'm really concerned for the Trump people, because they have failed to fill some really vital posts, and this thing is all hands on deck," Bates said.

See how the Trump's Egg Roll turned out:

 





Screenshot/ABC News



Screenshot/ABC News





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The Trumps hosted their first White House Easter Egg Roll — see the incredible photos


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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

The White House on Monday hosted the 139th annual Easter Egg Roll, which was expected to include some 18,000 (wooden) eggs and at least 21,000 guests on the South Lawn.

This year's Easter Egg Roll will be smaller than those of past years (35,000 people attended the Obamas' final event). President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, and their 11-year-old son, Barron, who lives in New York City with the first lady, hosted kids and costumed characters at the executive mansion.

— which as the "Super Bowl of White House social events" — is an early test for Melania Trump, whose office is responsible for organizing the day.

There were signs that planning for it got off to a rocky start when, in February, the wooden-egg manufacturer, Wells Wood Turning, tweeted a reminder of the deadline for ordering the commemorative eggs.



"It's the single most high-profile event that takes place at the White House each year, and the White House and the first lady are judged on how well they put it on," Melinda Bates, who organized all eight White House Easter Egg Rolls under President Bill Clinton, the week before the event.

"I'm really concerned for the Trump people, because they have failed to fill some really vital posts, and this thing is all hands on deck," Bates said.

See how the Trump's Egg Roll turned out:

 





Screenshot/ABC News



Screenshot/ABC News





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