The First Lady gave Americans an insight into her trip with a collection of snapshots from the visit, which took place last week over a three-day period. She captured the minute-long clip with: Thank you U.K.” She added a Union Jack emoji.
The clip begins with her and President Trump being welcomed by the Queen with a pomp and pageantry parade.
Slow motion shots of the Queen’s guards are shown, before it its to shots of Buckingham Palace and the monarch, 93, showing the couple around along with Prince Charles and wife Camilla.
The screen then changes to a show reel of their banquet and the Queen giving a speech before President Trump.
The video then cuts to the couple’s meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May and finally, the First Lady’s trip to a local school with Phillip May.
Her followers were quick to comment on the thoughtful video.
One said: “Omgoodness you were so elegant. Just the person for the job. Thank you.”
Another added: “So proud to have you as our 1st lady.”
A third commenter said: “My family and I love you and President Trump! Best First Family EVER!!!”
During their visit, Mrs Trump received a flirty remark from a D-Day veteran in a moment not shared on her video.
Melania and her husband concluded their three-day UK visit on Wednesday by travelling to Portsmouth to mark their 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
While meeting some of the army veterans the President and his wife spoke to Thomas Cuthbert, 93.
Speaking to President Trump Mr Cuthbert jokingly pointed to his wife Melania and said: “If only I was 20 years younger.”
In response to the veteran, Mr Trump replied: “You could handle it no question.”
Following the conversation with the President, Mr Cuthbert then proceeded to meet with Charles and the Queen but praised Mr Trump following his brief chat with the US President.
Mr Cuthbert insisted Mr Trump “came across very well” upon meeting with him.