The first couple arrived at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England, to meet the legendary monarch just after 5 p.m. local time. As usual, the queen — who has now met 12 U.S. presidents — looked elegant in a striking blue coat and hat ensemble and her tried-and-true black loafers.
The first lady’s style choices have been talked about since she landed in Europe this week.
This morning, she wore nude Christian Louboutin pumps to take part in the traditional British sport of bowls at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. Trump wore a color-blocked striped frock by Victoria Beckham, which was fitting for a visit to England.
On her last day in Belgium on Wednesday, the 47-year-old wore a $7,450 see-through white dress by Elie Saab with nude red-sole pumps. Though the look was romantic and flattering, some observers might consider sheer material not modest enough for someone in her position. (It appeared that she had nude-illusion paneling from around the waist up to the bust.)
When she arrived in Belgium this week, Trump wore a nautical-inspired sleeveless navy Calvin Klein dress with a cinched waist and white and green detail on the lapel. She chose white Louboutin pumps with a sky-high stiletto heel and a classic pointy-toed silhouette.