After commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Portsmouth, England, on Wednesday, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump made their way to France for today’s ceremony marking the Normandy landings. Joining French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte, the Trumps paid tribute to service members from both countries who battled against Nazi soldiers in World War II. After the commemorative ceremony, including speeches by both of the presidents, and a viewing at the Normandy American Cemetery, there was a military fly-over at Omaha Beach. POTUS was then off to Calvados in France for a working lunch and bilateral meeting with Macron.
Given the pageantry that has been integral to the Trumps’ European trip, it is not surprising that FLOTUS suited up in primarily refined looks in subtle colors. For the second time this week, she chose Dior — in this case a black coat dress worn with Roger Vivier shoes with signature buckles for today’s tribute. FLOTUS is such as fan of Dior’s artistic director for women’s Maria Grazia Chiuri that she also wore custom Dior to Monday’s white-tie dinner at Buckingham Palace.
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