Melania Trump stands out in gorgeous yellow Valentino cape for meeting with Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla at Buckingham Palace
Melania Trump, 49, was seen wearing a gorgeous Valentino wool coat, which she had paired with a magenta dress while meeting with royals in London.
FLOTUS Melania Trump was seen sporting a bright yellow cape while meeting with royals in London.
Melania, 49, was seen wearing a vivid calf-length bright yellow cape while having tea with Prince Charles and his wife Camilla at their home in London. The mother of one had complimented the $7,700 Valentino wool coat with a gorgeous magenta dress. She finished off the look with a pair of matching purple suede Christian Louboutin pumps.
The former model was seen smiling as she and her husband President Donald Trump, 73, were greeted by Charles, 71, and Camilla, 72, at Clarence House. As reported by CNN, supporters outside could be heard chanting 'USA' as Donald Trump and Melania arrived. The couples exchanged greetings before posing together for pictures.
Donald Trump was seen sporting a black suit while Prince Charles was seen sporting a navy one. Camilla, on the other hand, sported a red dress, black jacket, and pearls. Among the royal attendees was the hostess, the Queen, the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Princess Anne.
Prince William was not present at the event as he is currently on an official visit to Kuwait and Oman. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, were also not present at the event as they are on a six-week break from their royal duties. As reported by People, the First Family will be attending another reception hosted by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday.
The US president had landed in London last night in order to attend the 70th-anniversary summit with NATO chiefs. They are expected to be back in the United States by Thursday.
Earlier on Tuesday, Trump had promised to keep out of Britain's general election, which is scheduled to be held on December 12. While speaking alongside NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, Trump shared, "I have no thoughts on it. It’s going to be a very important election for this great country, but I have no thoughts on it."