Melania Trump is continuing her habit of twinning with the first ladies of the world. After previously matching with Brigitte Macron in all-white and wearing the same Michael Kors dress as Spain's Queen Letizia, she's now been spotted wearing a very similar outfit to Queen Rania of Jordan, who she and husband Donald are currently hosting at the White House. Melania looked stunning in a light pink dress made from stiff cotton, which featured a utility-style wrap front and belted waist. She teamed it with a pair of pink high heeled court shoes and wore her honey blonde hair in loose waves. Her makeup was elegant and polished, with a subtle smokey eye and pink lip.
Melania left her distasteful khaki jacket at home while greeting the Jordanian royals
Her guest, who arrived at the White House on Monday along with her husband King Abdullah, went for a pale pink loosely fitted jumpsuit featuring long sleeves, wide legs and a belted waist. The glamorous royal wore her dark hair loose and topped her look off with a bold red lip. The women's husbands also managed to put a bit of effort in too, wearing matching suits with red ties.
Melania has come under fire for her fashion choices recently. The former model caused a social media storm by wearing a past-season Zara jacket featuring a controversial statement – worn on a visit to a migrant child detention centre in Texas. Her shocking outerwear, which was emblazoned on the back with the message: "I really don't care, do you?", has garnered plenty of reaction from some of the world's biggest celebrities, too. A spokesperson for the White House was forced to make a statement to say "there was no hidden message" in Melania's outfit choice.
Melania herself tweeted after the event: "Today's visit to #Texas to spend time with children & thank the many hardworking individuals helping to care for them was very meaningful. Thank you to @SecAzar @HHSGOV for traveling w me today & the care you are giving these children in such a difficult time."