As Trump tears up US-British ties, Melania makes paper flowers

Blanche Robertson
July 16, 2018

Flashed yesterday at a gala dinner at Blenheim Palace in Woodstock (the first lady is compared to a disney Princess), 48-year-old Melania trump continues to conquer the British and local fashion critics.

Mrs Trump visited the Royal Chelsea Hospital with Philip May while Donald Trump travelled to the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst to meet Theresa May.

In Britain Donald and Melania trump will stay for another two days and waiting for a full program.

Melania Trump and her new BFF Philip May have come together for an engagement in London while their spouses prepare for a meeting at Chequers.

"Thank you for helping me", she told one of the children.

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.

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Her famous brunette locks were blow-dried to perfection framing her face where she opted for a dark smoky eye.

The first lady met with school children who showed her how they make poppies - a British symbol in that stands in tribute to fallen service members - that are sold to raise money for veterans on Armistice Day and, in an apparent nod to Mrs Trump's "Be Best" initiative that promotes children's interests, chatted with a group of kids about their efforts to be the best they can be.

United States first lady Melania trump is now in Europe on an official visit, accompanying her husband U.S. President Donald trump.

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. Today, for example, the wife will meet with Queen Elizabeth II for tea at Buckingham Palace.

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