Melania Trump made an effort to win over the UK public with her choice of dress on Friday.
The First Lady, 48, stepped out in a statement dress by British designer Victoria Beckham this morning.
The structured striped dress hugged Mrs Trump’s curves as she arrived at the Royal Hospital Chelsea to meet the Chelsea Pensioners and local schoolchildren.
Melania Trump attempted to win over the UK public with her choice of dress today, opting for a dress by British designer Victoria Beckham
She paired her £1,550 dress with a pair of patent nude court shoes for her engagement at the Royal Hospital Chelsea
But those hoping to emulate Melania’s look can only do so with a Trump sized salary with the dress coming in at an eye-watering £1,550.
She paired the pricey piece with a pair of patent nude heels for her morning engagement alongside Philip May while their spouses spend the morning together.
And while glamorous they may be Melania was surely reluctant that she didn’t opt for a more practical pair of shoes as she joined the Chelsea Pensioners and Mr May for a game of bowls on the green.
Her famous brunette locks were blow-dried to perfection framing her face where she opted for a dark smoky eye
While glamorous they may be Melania was surely reluctant of her shoe choice as she joined the Chelsea Pensioners and Mr May for a game of bowls on the green
Despite her impractical footwear Melania entered into the game with full enthusiasm
Following a successful game on the pitch Melania could be seen high fiving a Chelsea Pensioner
Despite her stilettos the mother-of-one was able to take part in the game tottering on the grass as she joined local children for the classic British game.
Her famous brunette locks were blow-dried to perfection framing her face where she opted for a dark smoky eye.
The First Lady kept her other accessories to a minimum, doing away with bags and jewellery on Friday.
Her accessories were kept to a minimum today with Melania flashing her wedding ring as she chatted with local school children
She and Philip May, the husband of Theresa May, help veterans and schoolchildren assemble Remembrance Day poppies this morning
Melania was eager to prove she was having a good time as she flashed a thumbs up to the cameras
Mrs Trump is embarking on her own public appearance as the President and Theresa May carry out engagements ahead of a working lunch at Chequers.
Mr and Mrs Trump will later reunite to meet the Queen at Windsor Castle.
Mrs Trump was greeted by Mr May when she stepped out of her vehicle at the Royal Hospital London today.
On arrival she also met Lieutenant Colonel Nicky Mott, hospital CEO Gary Lashko and Chelsea pensioners John Riley, Alan Collins and Marjorie Cole.
The hospital was founded as a retirement home for soldiers by King Charles II in 1682, and the Chelsea pensioners are famous for their distinctive scarlet coats.