Queen Elizabeth II was fabulously fashionable in afuchsiasuit as she met withWorld War IIveterans during the 75thD-Day commemorationson Wednesday.
Her Majestylooked flawless wearing a long buttoned jacket and skirt, with matching hat and her signature pearl jewellery.
The 93-year-old monarch was accompanied by her sonPrince Charles,BritishPrime MinisterTheresa May,AmericanPresidentDonald Trumpand his wifeMelania Trump.
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The First Lady looked elegant in a full length wool coat from Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen's line The Row and an elegant asymmetric disc hat by royal milliner Philip Treacy, Daily Mail reports.
Three hundred veterans attended theD-Day commemorationsto listen toQueen Elizabethdeliver a short but powerful speech in which she quoted her father,King George VI, and noted the "heroism, courage and sacrifice" of the soldiers who lost their lives in WWII.
World leaders including AustralianPrime Minister Scott Morrison, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were also in attendance, seated close by the Queen.
Her Majestylooked in high spirits as she shared jokes with veterans and chatted withPresident Trumpon the final day of his state visit toBritain, though at one point HM looked less than amused with the conversation.
MrTrumpand theFirst Ladytouched down inLondonon Monday morning and headed straight forBuckingham Palace, where they were greeted bythe Queen, thePrince of WalesandCamilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
TheTrumpsenjoyed afternoon tea at Clarence House ahead of astate banquetat the Palace, which was attended by 16 royals includingPrince WilliamandKate,Duchess of Cambridge, PrinceAndrew, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Anne, Princess Royal,the Dukeand Duchess of Gloucester and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.
MrTrumpsfour adult children, Ivanka, Tiffany, Eric and Donald Jr along with PMTheresa Maywere also in attendance.
Alice MurphyAlice Murphy is a freelance journalist and self-professed news addict. Originally from Ireland, Alice is on a mission to visit every country in the world (telling stories along the way). She is most commonly found eating sushi, drinking strong coffee and reading horoscopes.
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