President Donald Trump and Melania Trump started the second day of their UK state visit with a joint trip to Downing Street.
Following the President's morning business meeting at St James's Palace, the couple arrived at Number 10 where they were greeted by Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband, Philip May.
FLOTUS wore a chic camel-toned trench coat with military-inspired pockets, an ensemble that the 49-year-old has in fact been seen in before.
Melania first debuted the coat, which is by French brand, Celine, during a hurricane briefing in Washington in 2018.
And whilst re-wearing a coat might not sound shocking, it is in fact a very rare occurrence for the First Lady, whose stylish state wardrobe has so far been filled with luxury designers including, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana and Burberry.
Perhaps inspired by British royal Kate Middleton, who is known for expertly recycling items from her wardrobe, Melania re-styled the look with a chunky black waist-belt and matching accessories.
Melania accessorised the look with a black Hermes Birkin crocodile bag and matching shoes. She also carried a pair of gloves, a typically royal style trait.