Melania Trump stood out in a sea of first ladies in Brussels this week as she accompanied her husband on his first foreign trip since taking office.
First Lady Melania Trump held her own among the first ladies when she met with the other spouses of NATO leaders.
The first lady was wearing a black, off the shoulder dress Thursday night as she stood next to France’s first GILF Brigitte Trogneux, Turkey’s first lady Emine Erdogan, Luxembourg’s Gauthier Destenay, Slovenia’s Mojca Stropnik, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Iceland’s Thora Margret Baldvinsdottir, Norway’s Ingrid Schulerud, Bulgaria’s Desislava Radeva and Belgium’s Amelie Derbaudrenghien.
The liberal wife of France’s President was also a completely no-match for our glamorous First Lady. The two met each other while touring the Magritte Museum, where she found a perfect way to out-glam her.
While they were having a good time together, they were joined by Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel’s partner, Amelie Derbaudrenghien, and NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg’s wife, Ingrid Schulerud, among others. Meanwhile President Trump met with France’s new president ahead of a NATO summit in Brussels.
Then, Melania opted for another outfit change before meeting Queen Mathilde of Belgium at the Royal Castle of Laeken on Thursday evening. Brigitte didn’t change the outfit, something that she would definitely regret, as all eyes were pointed on Melania who wore an amazing off-the-shoulder dress.
During her visit to the hospital, Melania and Queen Mathilde of Belgium heard a presentation on a center for missing and sexually exploited children, called Child Focus, where Melania said she “learned quite a lot.”
Melania donned a leather skirt suit by Belgian designer Maison Ullens and Manolo Blahnik snakeskin heels to visit to a children’s hospital before meeting a group of NATO spouses then moments later, she slipped on an off-the-shoulder, black lace gown and scrappy stiletto sandals before rejoining the rest of the group at the royal residence.
Her presence clearly stood out among the dignitaries.