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Melania dines with the Queen in yellow caped dress


A night out with the queen – and a glamorous one at that.

Melania flew to London with the president for the NATO summit, which was held to celebrate its 70th anniversary following WWII, when it was created to maintain security against the Soviet Union. 

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Melania is seen beaming as she stands, arms touching, next to Donald.

Would “a dream come true” be too much of a stretch? The first lady and president of the United States stand alongside Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles.

Following the news conferences and meetings on Tuesday, Queen Elizabeth II hosted a dinner with guests fitting enough to accompany her presence. Among the featured guests were Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles, the first lady and president.


Melania pulled all the stops to ensure she was noticed amongst the crowd of royals.

She wore a bright yellow dress that went past her knees, with a flowing cape and turtleneck wrap design. The dress, made by Valentino, sells for $7,700 on Matchesfashion.com

Her shoes were a go to – can you guess? They’re Christian Louboutin So Kate Pumps. FLOTUS snuck a long-sleeve purple dress underneath the yellow which went well with the 4.8″ suede purple stilettos. 

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Melania arrives at Buckingham Palace, stopping to talk with the queen before settling for dinner with the royals. 

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Who wasn’t at the royal dinner?

If you’ve been keeping up with the news, you know that Prince Andrew (the queen’s second son), got a bit mixed up in the affairs of Jeffrey Epstein. He stepped down from his royal duties since the news broke, and the queen reportedly canceled his birthday celebration.  

It’s safe to say, FLOTUS and POTUS are still in Queen Elizabeth II’s good graces – and they had a fabulous time mingling and looking like royalty themselves. 


Melania and Donald with Jeffrey Epstein, 2000


Melania and Donald with Justin Trudeau, 2019

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