After visiting Saudi Arabia over the weekend, the Trumps arrived in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Monday morning before heading to Jerusalem to visit religious sites there. First lady Melania Trump and President Trump began by visiting the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the holiest site in the Christian religion.
Then Ivanka joined them to visit the Western Wall, the holiest site in the Jewish religion. The Western Wall holds a particularly important meaning for Ivanka, as she practices Judaism along with her husband. She wrote on Instagram, “I am grateful to have experienced a deeply meaningful visit to the holiest site of my faith and to leave a private note of prayer.”
A long-sleeve top that covers the arms and shoulders, and a long skirt that covers a woman’s knees is expected appropriate dress at the Western Wall. Ivanka opted for a dark long-sleeve top and pleated skirt that nearly skimmed her ankles. She completed her outfit with black pumps, which appear to be from the Ivanka Trump Collection, and a navy blue fascinator on her head. The Western Wall has separated visiting areas for men and women, which explains why President Trump is not seen in the same photos as Ivanka and Melania.
Melania, meanwhile, opted for a white Michael Kors skirt suit and a pair of red and white striped pumps — the same outfit she wore as she and President Trump arrived in Tel Aviv earlier in the day.
President Trump and Melania met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. Trump is the first sitting president to visit the Western Wall. The Trumps will also be visiting Rome, Brussels and Sicily during the rest of their foreign trip.
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