The first ladies of Argentina and the United States visited an art museum with their fellow G20 wives as the summit continued this morning.
First Lady Melania 48, sported an elegant cream colored coat over a $9,800 custom polka dot Christian Dior dress as she toured the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires. She topped off the look with blown out locks and gray suede pumps.
She posed for photos with Juliana Awada, the wife of Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri, as the conference came to a close today.
The pair met with fellow partners of world leaders, including Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s spouse Akie Abe, Turkish first lady Emine Erdogan, European Council President Donald Tusk’s spouse Malgorzata Tusk, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s spouse Sophie Gregoire Trudeau.
The first ladies took a guided tour of the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires (MALBA), a not-for-profit museum and cultural center which first opened in 2001 in order to promote Latin American artists.
The world’s first ladies began arriving in Buenos Aires on Thursday, ahead of the two-day summit which ends today.
Argentina’s first lady Juliana Awada (right) welcomed US first lady Melania Trump at the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires during the leaders summit this morning
Melania beamed in her white ensemble with a cape jacket, $9,800 Christian Dior dress, and gray suede pumps
Mrs Awada is the wife of Argentinian president Mauricio Macri – who is hosting the G20 summit in the South American country
The G20 summit brings together the leaders of the world’s 19 most industrialised nations, plus the European Union, to discuss international affairs
Pictured: Melania Trump arrives for a first ladies event on the occasion of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Spouses of the G20 leaders, and Queen Maxima (second left), wife of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, met at the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires today as the leaders’ meeting took place
US First lady Melania Trump (front centre), Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s spouse Akie Abe (front left), Turkish first lady Emine Erdogan (front right), and European Council President Donald Tusk’s spouse Malgorzata Tusk (back left) gather at the museum this morning
Pictured: Spouses of world leaders, and Diana Carney (far left), wife of the Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney, during a guided visit to the museum as part of the G20 Partners Programme
Pictured: Melania Trump, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s spouse Sophie Gregoire Trudeau and South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in’s wife Kim Jung-sook
US First Lady Melania Trump, Canada’s First Lady Sophie Gregoire (centre), Indonesia’s Prime Minister’s wife Mufidah Kalla (third right) and EU Council President’s wife Malgorzata Tusk (second right) meet Argentinian artists
Juliana Awada hosted the G20 Partners’ Programme. The first G20 summit convened 10 years ago in the throes of the financial crisis
Melania looked in high spirits as she was welcomed by Argentinian First Lady Juliana at the G20 summit on Friday
On Friday, Melania donned a pair of tortoise shell shades as she arrived for the meeting in Buenos Aires with the world’s other first ladies
(1) Melania Trump; (2) Argentinian First Lady Juliana Awada; (3) French First Lady Brigitte Macron; (4) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s wife Sophie; (5) Chinese President Xi Jinping’s wife, Peng Liyuan; (6) European Council President Donald Tusk’s wife Malgorzata; (7) South Korean First Lady Kim Jung-sook; (8) Singaporean First Lady Ho Ching; (9) Turkish First Lady Emine Erdoganl; (10) Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s spouse Akie Abe; (11) Mufidah Kalla, the wife of Indonesian vice-president Jusuf Kalla
The Trumps beamed as they attended the opera gala with Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri and his wife First Lady Juliana Awada on Friday evening