Pretty in Pink! Melania Trump hosts Queen Rania for afternoon tea as both fashionistas don summer blush tones

  • The two women will set down for tea in the Green Room of the White House 
  • It's the second time in a week the first lady held tea for a queen 
  • Last Tuesday, Melania, 48, had tea with Queen Letizia of Spain 
  • Melania wore a soft pink dress from Proenza Schouler that retails for $3,950
  • The king and queen of Jordan last visited the White House in April 2017
  • During that visit, Melania and Queen Rania, 47, visited a D.C. public school 

Melania Trump is hosting Queen Rania of Jordan for tea Monday afternoon as their husbands' hold a bilateral meeting.

The first lady will serve afternoon tea in the green room of the White House, according to her communications director Stephanie Grisham. 

Both fashionistas opted for pretty pink tones on the warm, sunny, summery Washington D.C. day, wearing complementary blush shades as they joined their husbands for a meeting at the White House.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump welcome Jordan's King Abdullah and Queen Rania at the White House

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump welcome Jordan's King Abdullah and Queen Rania at the White House

The first lady will serve the queen tea in the green room of the White House

The first lady will serve the queen tea in the green room of the White House

Think pink: Both women wore blush tones; however Rania wore a floor-length outfit, while Melania (pictured) opted for a Proenza Schouler dress cut just below the knee
Think pink: Both women wore blush tones; however Rania (pictured) wore a floor-length outfit, while Melania opted for a Proenza Schouler dress cut just below the knee

Think pink: Both women wore blush tones; however Rania (right) wore a floor-length outfit, while Melania (left) opted for a Proenza Schouler dress cut just below the knee

The first lady wore a soft pink dress from Proenza Schouler that retails for $3,950 while Queen Rania wore a white blouse tucked into pale pink pants 

The first lady wore a soft pink dress from Proenza Schouler that retails for $3,950 while Queen Rania wore a white blouse tucked into pale pink pants 

The first lady and the queen joined their husbands in the Oval Office for a photo op

The first lady and the queen joined their husbands in the Oval Office for a photo op

The first lady wore a blush-colored leather wrap dress from Proenza Schouler that features cap sleeves and a belt at the waist.

She paired the $3,950 frock with matching pink pumps and wore minimal jewelry. 

Meanwhile, Queen Rania wore a white blouse tucked into pale pink pants. Her matching pumps were mostly covered by the hem of her wide-leg trousers. 

Unlike Melania, she carried a light pink handbag while posing for photos with her husband and the first family. 

Queen Rania carried a light pink purse when she stepped out of her vehicle upon her arrival at the White House
Queen Rania carried a light pink purse when she stepped out of her vehicle upon her arrival at the White House

Queen Rania carried a light pink purse when she stepped out of her vehicle upon her arrival at the White House 

They both wore their highlighted brown hair loose around their shoulders 

They both wore their highlighted brown hair loose around their shoulders 

The women wore minimal jewelry aside from the rings on their fingers 

The women wore minimal jewelry aside from the rings on their fingers 

Melania and Queen Rania chatted while they walked behind their husbands 

Melania and Queen Rania chatted while they walked behind their husbands 

In addition to wearing matching shades of pink, both women opted to wear their highlighted brown hair loose around their shoulders for the meeting.

For the arrival ceremony, a red carpet was in place on the South Lawn of the White House and flanked by the flags of U.S. and Jordan. 

King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein and Queen Rania were greeted by the first couple when they exited their black SUV. The foursome shook hands and posed for pictures. 

They disappeared inside and moments later walked the colonnade to the Oval Office, followed by their wives.

Melania and Queen Rania joined their husbands in the Oval Office for a photo op

Melania and Queen Rania joined their husbands in the Oval Office for a photo op

Queen Rania sat on the couch opposite of Melania, with her pink handbag next to her 

Queen Rania sat on the couch opposite of Melania, with her pink handbag next to her 

The king and queen of Jordan last visited the White House in April 2017

The king and queen of Jordan last visited the White House in April 2017

The first lady and the queen joined their husbands in the Oval Office for a photo op.  

The last time the royal couple visited the White House - in April 2017 - Melania Trump and Queen Rania visited the Excel Academy, an all-girls charter school in Washington D.C., with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.

While the ladies are having tea, King Abdullah and President Donald Trump will meet in the Oval Office where they are expected to discuss terrorism, the threat from Iran and the crisis in Syria among other issues during their discussions.

Their meeting follows a week-long trip to the Middle East by White House adviser Jared Kushner, who is also the president's son-in-law, where he said the administration's long-awaited Middle East peace plan is 'almost done.'

King Abdullah and President Donald Trump will meet in the Oval Office where they are expected to discuss terrorism, the threat from Iran and the crisis in Syria among other issues during their discussions

King Abdullah and President Donald Trump will meet in the Oval Office where they are expected to discuss terrorism, the threat from Iran and the crisis in Syria among other issues during their discussions

The president and King Abullah will meet in the Oval Office

The president and King Abullah will meet in the Oval Office

Be pretty in pink like Melania in Proenza Schouler

FLOTUS cut a stylish figure as she was photographed welcoming the King and Queen of Jordan at the White House beside President Trump.

Melania's fashion choices are always scrutinized and she rarely strays from her classic silhouettes, neutral tones and figure flattering cuts.

On this occasion she struck a home run with this seriously chic wrap dress from American design duo Proenza Schouler.

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The first lady and the queen joined their husbands in the Oval Office

The first lady and the queen joined their husbands in the Oval Office

The royal couple from Jordan last visited the White House in April 2017

The royal couple from Jordan last visited the White House in April 2017

In April 2017, both women wore military style suits

In April 2017, both women wore military style suits

It's the second time in a week the first lady has had tea with a queen, she met with Queen Letizia of Spain last Tuesday

It's the second time in a week the first lady has had tea with a queen, she met with Queen Letizia of Spain last Tuesday

Kushner's trip was to lay the groundwork for an expected Israeli-Palestinian peace plan.

While overseas Kushner met with the king as part of his trip to Jordan, Israel, Qatar, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. 

This is the second time in a week Melania Trump has hosted a queen for tea. 

On Tuesday of last week she served tea to Queen Letizia of Spain in the red room of the White House.   

Those two ladies were a bright spot on a rainy Washington D.C. day with Queen Letizia standing out in a hot pink Michael Kors dress with pink accessories while the first lady wore an olive and white Valentino dress.

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