For the Trumps’ much-anticipated official visit with Queen Elizabeth II, FLOTUS wore a custom-made pale pink Dior suit.
Wearing a floral dress, with a periwinkle blue coat and coordinating hat and white gloves, the queen greeted the first couple at Windsor Castle before this afternoon’s private tea. It’s been a topsy-turvy few days for the Trumps in the U.K., punctuated by clashing political views, protesters in the streets of London and more ceremonial welcomes at historic sites. Trump’s controversial interview with The Sun broke Thursday night on the heels of a black-tie dinner hosted by Prime Minister Theresa May at Blenheim Palace. But by Friday morning the President was trying to tone down those on-the-record critiques of May, commending her for “doing a terrific job” in a joint news conference.
Before inspecting the Guard of Honor with the queen at Windsor Castle, the President and May observed a counterterrorism exercise at Sandhurst. Their spouses, Melania Trump and Philip May, visited the Royal Chelsea Hospital. Wearing a color-blocked Victoria Beckham dress and beige Christian Louboutin heels, FLOTUS played bowls on the grassy lawns of the hospital with Chelsea pensioners and schoolchildren.
Melania Trump in Victoria Beckham.
After a quick change, the First Lady was more formally