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From the fire escape, Valerija pointed out Sevnica’s main sights: the twinkling River Sava, Grad Sevnica (a 12 “I live in Melanija’s old apartment,” said Valerija – the First Lady’s childhood home. “They’ve just had this thing happen to them,” said Tanja about Sevnica. On a nearby estate of detached villas, one property was marked out by an impressive array of CCTV cameras.“They didn’t ask for it.” We drove to Naselje Haroja Maroka, a working class area where Valerija’s family now occupies Melania’s old apartment. “Always going out, But never part of the crowd.” We surveyed the brutal multi-storey Communist-era blocks. The lawn was neatly mown, paintwork freshly done – but the only sign of life was a black cat trotting furtively by.“The family own this but they moved to the US,” said Tanja. She was one of us.” Elsewhere in town at the Kruhek café, we sampled the competition in the form of ‘Prva Dama’ pies made with local apples, dusted with an icing sugar ‘M’ and emblazoned with a stars and stripes flag.Her parents, Viktor and Amalija, were a car dealer and textile factory pattern cutter respectively. Eat salami, drink much.” Later, I would realise that Melania has infiltrated even this bastion of testosterone: this year, a new variety of salami was being debuted. It was located on the top floor of the secondary school, access via the fire escape. At least, that’s what usually happens.” At Grad Sevnica, manager Rok Petancic met me in the gift shop. It’s public relations.” Talking of public relations, around town there were no Melania photographs.Mr and Mrs Knavs still own a house in Sevnica, as it happens; but these days, like their daughter, they live in America. Inside, Valerija and her mum – the school’s cleaning lady – showed me a bed. Wine and chocolate were arrayed with tea and face cream, resplendent in florid, gold-on-black, ‘First Lady’ branding. Too many people in a bus to see the house.” What do people here think about President Trump, I asked. The First Lady’s lawyers, apparently, have instructed businesses to cease commercialising her image or name.
“They visit sometimes.” Later we called at patisserie Julija, home of the ‘Torte Melanija’ cake. The family has tried it and liked it.” I asked Nusa whether she had plans for a Donald cake? ‘”We sell more than fifty a day,” said Sergeja Gorenjec, behind the counter.