Jill Biden changed into a baby blue suit to match husband Joe’s tie for their royal sit down on Sunday while The Queen was pretty in pink to host the first couple for tea.
The first lady changed out of the navy Carolina Herrera peplum top and skirt she wore to church Sunday morning into a blue shift dress and matching blazer for the Windsor Castle visit.
Her suit reflected the blue in the president’s tie, giving the couple a coordinating vibe for the Inspection of the Guard of Honor outside Windsor Castle, particularly under the bright sunlight on the beautiful British Day.
It was so bright the president, at one point, donned his signature aviator sunglasses.
The Queen, meanwhile, wore a bright pink dress with a floral pattern and a matching pink hat for the occasion.
After the formal greeting outside, the 95-year-old-monarch and the first couple headed indoors for a private meeting.
The first lady’s office declined to name the designer of her outfit, saying they would not be commenting on Dr. Biden’s clothes. It’s marked difference from the Trump administration, when Melania Trump’s outfits were closely analyzed for any possible messages. Melania Trump rarely gave media interviews leaving a lack of spoken words.
Jill Biden, on the other hand, often speaks to reporters and held an impromptu, short press conference at the G7.
She’s also let her clothes speak for her, such as the blazer emblazed with the word ‘Love’ on its back, which she wore for the formal leader greeting on Friday.
‘I think that we’re bringing love from America,’ she said of it. ‘This is a global conference, and we are trying to bring unity across the globe. And I think it’s needed right now, that people feel a sense of unity from all the countries and feel a sense of hope after this year of the pandemic.’ Read more: daily mail
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