Melania Trump chooses a pastel color dress for hosting Queen Rania

Jun 27, 2018
07:28 P.M.
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First Lady Melania Trump opted for a pastel-colored ensemble for her meeting with Queen Rania of Jordan.


Melania hosted Queen Rania for tea on the afternoon of June 25th while their husbands had a bilateral meeting.

On the FLOTUS Instagram page, a photo of the First Lady and President Donald Trump along with the King and Queen of Jordan was posted.

On the caption, it read, ‘A great visit with the King & Queen of Jordan. [President Trump] & I were glad to welcome them back to the [White House]. [Queen Rania] & I shared an open & productive discussion about the many issues our countries are challenged with today.’

Queen Rania also posted a photo of herself and Melania on her Instagram page. For more details about the Queen of Jordan, follow us on our Twitter page. Visit AmoMama USA.


The two ladies wore light pink, complementary tones. For Melania, she wore a blush-colored frock from Proenza Schouler.

The $3,950 wrap dress had cap sleeves as well as a belt that emphasized her waistline.

Melania completed the ensemble with matching pink heels and minimal accessories.

As for Queen Rania, she put on a white blouse that was tucked into pale pink, wide-leg trousers. She also carried a light pink handbag with her.

During the arrival ceremony, the First couple waited for the King and Queen at the end of a red carpet placed on the South Lawn of the White House. 


Melania and the President greeted King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein and Queen Rania after they got out of their black SUV. Afterward, they shook hands and stopped for a quick photo op.


This wouldn’t be the King and Queen of Jordan’s first visit at the White House. In April 2017, the pair already met with the First Couple.

At the time, Melania and Queen Rania took a visit at the Excel Academy, which is an all-girls charter school in Washington, D.C., together with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.

While the two ladies had tea during the recent visit, the President and the King met at the Oval Office and discussed issues on terrorism and other things.