Melania Trump wore Meghan’s favourite designer to host the royals

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  • After attending the State Dinner hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace, it was President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump’s turn to host a dinner at Winfield House, where the Ambassador for the United States resides in London. Their guests included Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

    For the occasion, the FLOTUS wore one of Meghan Markle’s favourite designers: Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, who of course designed the Duchess of Sussex’s very famous royal wedding dress.

    This particular creation was a red floor-length gown with embroidery along the neckline, and a cape draped over the shoulders. Melania is clearly a fab of minimal designs, as her white Dior gown from the previous gown was equally sleek.

    She also wore a white and navy suit on the first day of their tour, which might or might not have been a nod to Princess Diana.

    Meghan wasn’t present at either dinner, as she is currently on maternity leave, but it’s believed she would’ve avoided going after Trump called her nasty, though he recently denied ever making those comments.

    The presidential couple’s tour of the UK continues, and they’re expected to visit the Republic of Ireland for a further three days.

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