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Melania Trump looks chic in a grey dress with a pleated skirt leading the First Wives in Paris

Cheryl Kahla
Nov 14, 2018
03:57 P.M.
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First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump, stepped in an elegant drey dress when she met with fellow leaders in Paris. 

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Melania Trump, along with her husband the President, attended the Remembrance Day ceremony in Paris yesterday. 

Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. Photos of her fashionable outfit can be seen below. 

Melania chose a grey wool pleated and belted dress which she matched with a pussy bow and a pair of black stilettos and a long, grey coat. 

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President Trump was by her side in a black suit with a white shirt and a bright red tie to add some color to the occasion. 

The pair posed for photos with Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel, 64 and French Prime Minister and his wife, Brigitte Macron. 

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Not to be outdone, the French First Lady wore three different outfits during the course of the day, starting with a black overcoat and trousers. 

She then changed into a second coat with grey, brown and white leather inserts, and wore stylish black gloves to round the outfit off. 

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Macron's third out for the event was a khaki blazer that she paired with her black pants and a pair of black high heels. 

Also present at the commemoration was President of Chad Idriss Deby and his wife Hinda Deby, who received a warm welcome from the French First Lady. 

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Melania has been getting slack online lately, not for her outfits this time, but about her comments that she is the most bullied person in the world. 

Former First Lady Michelle Obama recently responded to these comments and said first ladies should have a thicker skin. 

When asked if the could relate to being bullied, Michelle answered that she could not. She added: 

"I wrote about the fact that, how I learned not to sort of take myself so seriously in this role was when I would meet military families. [...] I admired them, and it made me feel like, 'let me not complain out loud about anything that is happening to me.'"

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