An additional two turkeys, brought in from a Pennsylvania farm, will not be so lucky, as the Trumps will donate them to the Washington, D.C. -based nonprofit Martha's Table.
Right now, they are staying in style at the Willard Hotel, as is the tradition. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the lighthearted event.
Images of the birds in their room were posted on the official White House Instagram and Snapchat accounts.
In 2014, the Obama sisters faced much criticism, including from a GOP staffer who later resigned, for a new Turkey Pardoning development: being bored teenagers, looking on as their father attempted a slew of dad jokes.
The turkey pardon tradition started in 1947 during the Harry Truman administration.
The seaonal birds were raised in Western Minnesota by National Turkey Federation Chairman Carl Wittenburg and his wife, Sharlene, along with five young women from the Douglas County 4-H chapter, according to the White House.
In 2016, at his last turkey pardon, Obama said at the ceremony that he planned to keep pardoning turkeys, even without cameras present.
The public will decide which bird will win the title of America's National Thanksgiving Turkey.
Trump will pardon the turkeys in a Rose Garden ceremony on Tuesday.
The turkeys' names were announced on social media Monday morning.