Melania Trump and Brigitte Macron showed off their vastly different yet equally beautiful styles as they stepped out for an event in Paris to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
As they did on Saturday, the pair ditched colourful ensembles and went for more neutral outfits for the day of commemoration on November 11.
Not straying too far from her signature style, Brigitte sported a pair of simple black pants matched with a khaki jacket and white top as she met with the Trumps on Sunday at the Chateau de Versailles in France.
Standing tall in black heels, the 65-year-old kept her style elegant as she wore her blonde locks straight and down.
Meanwhile, Melania looked beautiful in a pleated grey dress, which tucked in at the waist with a thin belt and a long-grey coast that sat gracefully on her shoulders.
The first lady also opted for more muted colours, keeping her makeup fairly natural with a soft pink lip while her brunette locks were styled into soft waves.
The duo joined leaders from over 70 nations on Remembrance Day at the Arc de Triomphe at 11am to remember the millions of brave soldiers who died while at battle during World War I.
However, US President Donald Trump didn’t receive such a warm response on Saturday, when he and wife Melania were reportedly forced to cancel a visit to a First World War cemetery due to bad weather – meaning their helicopter wasn’t safe to fly.
Trump has since come under fire for his decision to skip the event, with Winston Churchill’s grandson, Conservative MP Nicholas Soames, writing on Twitter: “They died with their face to the foe and that pathetic inadequate @realDonaldTrump couldn’t even defy the weather to pay his respects to The Fallen.”
President George W Bush’s former speech writer David Frum added: “It’s incredible that a president would travel to France for this significant anniversary – and then remain in his hotel room watching TV rather than pay in person his respects to the Americans who gave their lives in France for the victory gained 100 years ago tomorrow.”