LOOK: Melania Just Landed In Brussels, Everyone Is Talking About Her New Outfit [PHOTOS]

Melania Trump did a quick change while flying from Italy to Belgium on Air Force One on Wednesday afternoon.

The 47-year-old First Lady left the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport in Rome wearing a sleeveless lace dress with her hair in a loose chignon, and when she landed in Brussels later that day, she had an entirely different outfit and hairstyle.

Melania stepped off Air Force One at the Melsbroek Air Base in Steenokkerzeel in a blue and white checked suit that complemented President Donald Trump’s navy and white striped tie.

Her golden brown hair was left loose around her shoulders, and it was blowing in the wind as she and Trump waved at the top of the steps at Air Force Once as they excited the plane.

Brussels is the fourth stop on the couple’s first international trip as President and First Lady, and they headed straight to a meeting with King Philippe of Belgium, his wife, Queen Mathilde, and Prime Minister Charles Michel.

Trump and Melania were pictured with the couple at the Royal Palace in Brussels; while Melania looked smart in her suit, Queen Mathilde opted for a pale pink dress, which featured a lace overlay.

She accessorized her spring-appropriate ensemble with a matching clutch bag and thin leather belt which cinched in the design at the waist.

On Thursday, Trump will attend a meeting with NATO leaders following talks with leaders from the European Union, including France’s new president, Emmanuel Macron.

During Trump’s meeting, Melania will join Macron’s wife, Brigitte Macron, in a visit to a museum devoted to the works of Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte.

The two first ladies will be joined by the Belgian prime minister’s partner, Amelie Derbaudrenghien, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg’s wife, Ingrid Schulerud, and the country’s fine arts museums chief, during their tour of the René Magritte Museum.

Source: conservativefighters.com

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