First Lady Melania Trump soaked up the sunshine in a gorgeous white frock during a visit to Japan with husband President Donald Trump this week.
The 49-year-old looked stunning in the beautiful dress, which featured gorgeous floral detailing, as she greeted Japan’s Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako on Monday.
Standing tall in red pumps, the mother-of-one absolutely glowed during a special welcome ceremony at the Imperial Palace in the country’s capital of Tokyo.
Melania complimented the outfit with white nail polish, while she kept her hair down in slight waves for the official event.
The former model and her husband stood outside the palace listening to the national anthem of both countries be played before heading inside for further discussions.
Earlier in their trip Melania was treated to a visit to the Mori Building Digital Art Museum in Tokyo where she browed through the creative designs and enjoyed a chat with locals.
The First Lady looked lovely in a navy jumpsuit for the outing which was pulled in at the waist with a chunky belt to show off her figure. Following the visit with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s wife Akie, Melania took to social media with a series of photos showcasing the array of art works on show.
“A great day exploring Tokyo with Mrs Abe,” she wrote on Twitter alongside the snaps. “Thank you to @teamLab_net exhibits at Mori Bldg Digital Art Museum for a wonderful interactive experience.”
Melania is no stranger to fashionable outfits, stepping out in a stunning green frock as she attended a National Day of Prayer service with her husband earlier this month.
The First Lady glowed in the long emerald green dress which flowed gracefully past her knees as she walked hand in hand with Donald, 72, to the event in the rose garden.
Standing tall in pale floral patterned heels, the 49-year-old opted for a thin black belt around her waist to show off her figure while she kept her gorgeous locks down in a slightly waved hairdo.
The couple joined crowds in the beautiful area to celebrate the many different faiths followed in the United States. The day, which is held annually on the first Thursday of May, is seen as an opportunity for all to come together and pray in their own way.
Melania took to social media to share snaps from the day showing a group of people congregated in the pretty garden as she addressed the crowd.
“@POTUS and I welcomed many influencers of faith in observance and celebration of the #NationalDayofPrayer to the @WhiteHouse today,” she wrote on Twitter alongside the series of photographs.
“God bless this great nation where we cherished the freedom of religion.”