Melania Trump looks sombre in a black coat as she arrives in Normandy06/06/2019
Melania Trump looks sombre in black while Brigitte Macron is elegant in cream as they join the D-Day commemorations in Normandy
- The First Lady, 49, wore a lack buttoned coat and black stilettos as she arrived in Normandy today
- Joined her husband Donald Trump and and European leaders to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day
- Brigitte Macron joined Melania as they walked down the red carpet to attend a French-American ceremony
- The US President and his first Lady will then travel to D-Day beaches Omah for the commemorations
The First Lady was joined by Brigitte Macron as they walked down the red carpet, in front of their husbands to attend a French-American commemoration ceremony for D-Day at the American cemetery of Colleville-sur-Mer in Normandy today.
Melania, 49, looked sombre in all black, keeping it simple with a mid-length buttoned black coat dress and black stilettos, adding dark sunglasses to her look.
The First Lady kept her glamorous locks down as she made her way down the red carpet as guards held American and French flags.
Brigitte Macron walked beside Melania, looking elegant dressed in a mid length cream dress and matching cream coat.
Melania and her husband will later travel to D-Day beach Omaha for the commemorations, where they will also meet veterans. Melania was pictured in the same outfit this morning as she made her way on board Air Force One at Shannon Airport with her husband.
President Trump tweeted as he prepared to leave his Irish hotel for France, saying: ‘A big and beautiful day today!’
US First Lady Melania Trump disembarks from Air Force One after landing at the Caen-Carpiquet Airport in Carpiquet, Normand
Brigitte Macron wore all white while First Lady Melania Trump wore black as they attend a French-American commemoration ceremony
US First Lady Melania Trump disembarks from Air Force One after landing at the Caen-Carpiquet Airport in Normandy
U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive in France to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings
Royal guards greet President Donald Trump and Melania Trump at Caen Airport in Normandy on Thursday morning – before they head to Omaha beach
Earlier today Melania was pictured all in black as she made her way on board Air Force One at Shannon Airport – matching a black coat with black stilettos
Theresa May joined the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Bayeux Cathedral this morning along with 300 British D-Day veterans for a service of remembrance.
In Portsmouth, following President Donald Trump’s visit yesterday, a veteran’s parade will take place before a memorial service at the city’s D-Day Stone.
And in London, Prince Harry will attend Founder’s Day at the Royal Hospital Chelsea where he will see the Chelsea Pensioners and six veterans from the Normandy Landings.
Paratroopers aged in their 90s jumped from Dakota war planes over Normandy yesterday afternoon as they re-enacted the bravery of soldiers who were central to the decisive landings.
About 280 took part in the jump over the French coast yesterday, including veterans of landings in World War II. Harry Read, 95, was pictured leaping from the skies and landing in Sannerville in front of crowds of admirers.
Aircraft were pictured taking to the skies in Cambridgeshire, at the Imperial War Museum, before heading to France to commemorate those who died in the fighting on June 6 1944.
Brigitte Macron (left) joined Melania Trump as they walked down the red carpet to attend a French-American commemoration ceremony for D-Day at the American cemetery of Colleville-sur-Mer in Normandy
Guards lined the red carpet with French and American flags as French President’s wife Brigitte Macron (left) joined Melania Trump at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy on Thursday morning
US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump make their way to board Air Force One at Shannon Airport to fly to Normandy, France
The First Lady was a vision in cream on Wednesday as she arrived in Portsmouth with her husband Donald Trump for the D-Day 75th anniversary commemorations
The First Lady was a vision in cream yesterday morning as she arrived in Portsmouth with her husband Donald Trump for the D-Day 75th anniversary commemorations.
Melania opted for chic neutral shades for the sombre occasion, with a full length wool coat from luxurious fashion label The Row and an elegant asymmetric Philip Treacy disc hat worn at an angle.
She previously wore the demure coat, with a belted waist and wide lapel, to the 2017 Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage Award. Coats from the brand’s collection can sell for up to £4,800 ($6,100).
Melania swept her glamorous locks into an elegant, understated bun and opted for subtle smokey eye make-up and a slick of pale pink lipgloss.
The First Lady expertly navigated the steps as she alighted the helicopter in towering nude stiletto heels to greet her husband, who looked dapper in a blue suit and a striped tie.
The couple will join the Queen and Prince Charles at Southsea Common to commemorate the day during World War II on which Allied forces invaded northern France via beach landings in Normandy.
Melania, 49, opted for chic neutral shades, with a full length wool coat cinched in at the waist and an elegant matching Philip Treacy hat worn at an angle
The First Lady expertly navigated the steps as she alighted the helicopter in towering nude stiletto heels to greet her husband, who looked dapper in a blue suit and a striped tie
Melania, pictured beside her husband, opted for more low-key make-up for the sombre occasion, with a nude lip gloss and a smudge of smokey eye
Melania Trump receives a traditional French greeting from President Emmanuel Macron during a meeting of the leaders of the Allied Nations at the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landings at Southsea Common, Portsmouth
On Tuesday night the First Lady joined her husband at an intimate 60-person black tie dinner at the official residence of the US Ambassador, Winfield House in Regent’s Park.
Melania has made London her catwalk for a range of designer outfits including Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana and Dior, but she saved her best outfit for Winfield House on the second day of the Trump state visit.
The First Lady wowed in a red cape sleeve £5,610 ($7,134) dress by Givenchy. The wool-crepe dress was crafted with a sequin embellished neckline, long cape sleeves and a satin godet insert to finish.
The couple were joined by Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Prime Minister and officials and dignitaries from both nations for the three-course meal in London, which was held to reciprocate Monday night’s lavish banquet in the Buckingham Palace ballroom.
In contrast to the sophisticated Palace menu, which included steamed halibut and strawberry sable and was served with a £2,000-a-bottle Chateau Lafite – last night’s fare was closer to the heart of the teetotal President with a taste for plain food: beef, potatoes, ice cream, and £30-a-bottle Californian red wine.
The US President and the First Lady travelled to and from the commemorative event in Portsmouth on the Marine One helicopter
Melania, pictured grinning beside her husband, has worn a score of designer outfits since being in the UK on the official state visit
The First Lady previously wore the demure coat, with a belted waist and wide lapel, to the 2017 Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage Award
Melania swept her glamorous locks into an understated bun for the commemorations, and sported subtle gold stud earrings
US President Donald Trump (pictured left) and Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos (pictured right) speak with Melania as they attend an event to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Portsmouth
The political heads of 16 countries involved in World War II joined Her Majesty, The Queen is on the UK south coast for a service to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Pictured left to right (front row): Prime Minister Theresa May, Prince Charles, the Queen, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump
Donald and Melania Trump smile as the Queen and Prince Charles arrive at the event, with the monarch sporting a bright pink ensemble
Donald Trump and Melania stand next to the President of France, Emmanuel Macron (pictured left), British Prime minister Theresa May, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Queen Elizabeth II
Melania and her husband Donald Trump, who wore a navy blue suit, stand up to pay their respects to the D-Day heroes at the 75th anniversary commemorations
The US President and the First Lady will join the Queen and Prince Charles at Southsea Common to commemorate the day during World War II on which Allied forces invaded northern France via beach landings in Normandy
It came at the end of a busy day for the President on Tuesday in which he held a joint press conference with Theresa May, met privately with Nigel Farage, and avoided a smaller-than-expected protest in central London.
Melania enjoyed a garden party at Number 10 with the Prime Minister’s husband Philip May, and the pair seemed to get on ‘like a house on fire’ according to a body language expert.
On Monday night, Melania wore a white evening gown from Dior’s spring 2019 collection for the occasion, which was her third outfit of the day.
The First Lady teamed her cream coat and Philip Treacy hat with nude heels with a pointed toe, while Her Majesty went for a fuscia pink ensemble. Pictured with Donald Trump and the Prince of Wales
The US President sat beside the Queen during the commemorations for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Portsmouth
The President and the First Lady, in red, hosted the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cambridge, in white, to a formal dinner
Mrs Trump chatted with Suzanne Ircha, wife of the US Ambassador, and Camilla before the meal. Mr Trump famously is a teetotaler who encourages his family and associates not to partake. The Duchess however was seen with a glass of wine
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump pose ahead of a dinner at Winfield House for Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
Everyone seemed in good spirits in Buckingham Palace tonight as the Queen welcomed Donald Trump and his wife Melania for a state banquet
The US first lady emulated the Late Princess Diana in a custom-made Dolce and Gabbana dress in white and blue navy and a Hervé Pierre hat (pictured)
The beautiful gown skimmed her figure and had a sheer design at the top – which complimented Melania’s skin tone. Her hair was styled in a stylish bun and she wore her usual smoky eye and minimal jewelery.
She looked relaxed and happy as she shook hands with and rubbed shoulders with members of the royal family including Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cambridge.
Upon landing in the UK, she sported a very stylish Burberry pussy blouse and Michael Kors skirt suit, before changing into a white number from Dolce and Gabbana – an apparent tribute to the late Princess Diana.
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