Melania rocks wardrobe like royalty for event-filled day in Britain

Melania Trump stunned the world once again with her wardrobe during the first day of her and the president’s visit to the United Kingdom.

First Lady Melania Trump met Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, and Camilla Parker Bowles after arriving with her husband in London on Monday. The visit will last a total of three days.

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Mrs. Trump sported a striking white skirt suit with a navy blue collar and belt by Dolce & Gabbana, as well as navy blue Manolo Blahnik stilettos. Mrs. Trump topped her look with a custom Hervé Pierre double face wool crepe hat with had a navy blue band to match the rest of her look.

The two-tone color look and the way Mrs. Trump tipped her hat at an angle was noted by some to be an homage to looks by Audrey Hepburn in the 1964 classic film “My Fair Lady.”

After Donald and Melania Trump were greeted by Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles at Buckingham Palace, they were presented with special gifts. The president received a rare abridged first edition of “The Second World War” by Winston Churchill, and the first lady received a silver box.

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The queen also gave the Trumps a tour of the Royal collection, which included a copy of the Declaration of Independence, a map of New York City from 1775 and a portrait of George Washington.

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The Trumps also visited Westminster Abbey. They were accompanied by Prince Andrew as they visited the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior. The Trumps laid a wreath and stood in silence for a few minutes showing respect to the tomb that honors soldiers lost in World War I.

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The Trumps have then given a tour where they visited the graves of Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking, as well as the tombs of Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I in the Lady Chapel.

After visiting with the queen, Donald and Melania Trump moved on to Clarence House where they enjoyed afternoon tea with Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla. Prince Charles showed the Trumps around Clarence House as well.

After tea and the visit with Prince Charles, the president and first lady retired to Winfield House, the residence of the United States ambassador. The two are staying at the residence because Buckingham Palace is currently going through heavy renovations. Previous presidents like Barack Obama and George W. Bush stayed at Buckingham Palace during their visits.

The Trumps will return to Buckingham Palace in the evening to enjoy a state banquet that is being hosted by the queen. It has only been a day, but it would be hard to consider the trip anything other than a success so far.

The first lady will no doubt have plenty of other looks to show off during her visit to the United Kingdom, but she already stunned on Monday with her Hepburn-like wardrobe.

Check out more pics from the president and first lady’s trip below:

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