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Every fashion piece Melania Trump has worn since she arrived in the UK

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Melanie went for designer outfits during her trip to the UK (Picture: PA/Getty)

Melania Trump is known for her love of designer brands.

Thats not to say she doesnt wear high street clothing; in 2018, the First Lady wore a green military-style jacket from Zara that costs just £39.99.

The jacket had the words I really dont care, do u? written across the back and was a controversial choice, given Melania was on her way to Texas to visit immigrant children.

More often than not however, she opts for luxury fashion and is rarely seen in the same outfit twice.

For her visit to the UK this week with husband Donald Trump, the president of the US, she stuck to her expensive tastes.

And the show started before she boarded the plane.

Outfit one: Gucci

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump stepped off Marine One and make their way to board Air Force One before departing from Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland and can be seen walking away on the tarmac with three officers in the background
On their way to the UK (Picture: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty)

On her way to board Air Force One, Melania wore a Gucci shirt dress, which featured images of London, such as Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament – a nod to their pending visit.

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Meanwhile the US president, Donald Trump, opted for a dark navy suit, white shirt and blue tie, along with a small pin of the United States flag.

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Outfit two: Burberry and Michael Kors

President of the US Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump as they disembark Air Force One at Stansted Airport. Trump wore a dark blue suit and bright blue tie, while Melania opted for a navy blue pencil skirt paired with a white and blue printed blouse and navy jacket
Melania Trump and Donald Trump arrive at Stansted Airport (Picture: Isabel Infantes/AFP/Getty)

Melania chose a subtle yet colourful outfit for her arrival at Stansted Airport.

The 49-year-old disembarked the plane wearing a navy blue pencil skirt from Michael Kors and a red, white and blue printed pussy bow blouse from Burberry. She paired the ensemble with a a navy jacket, thrown over her shoulders.

Outfit three: Dolce & Gabbana and Hervé Pierre

First Lady Melania Trump standing next to Queen Elizabeth II and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. All three have paired their outfits with hats
She chose Dolce & Gabbana for the ceremonial welcome (Picture: Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty)

Later in the day, Melania changed into a white pencil dress with a navy trim and belt from Dolce & Gabbana, which featured button detailing on the top half of the dress.

As we all know, the Queen loves a nice hat – so it comes as no surprise that the First Lady perfected her look with a matching hat by Hervé Pierre for the ceremonial welcome and garden party.

The outfit, which some said paid homage to British style, was compared to classic looks worn by the fictional characters Mary Poppins and Eliza Doolittle.

Outfit four: Dior

US President Donald Trump poses for a photo with Queen Elizabeth II and First Lady Melania Trump at Buckingham Palace
During the state banquet, Melania went with a classic dove grey gown (Picture: Pool/Reuters)

On Monday night, at the state banquet, it was time for glamour.

Melania went for an understated look in a sleeveless Dior gown in dove grey, paired with long white gloves.

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The Queen wore a gown in a similar colour.

Outfit five: Celine and Hermès

US President Donald trump and US First Lady Melania Trump on their way to meet with Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip May at 10 Downing Street. Melania wore a Celine trench coat
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