Melania Trump is bringing her fashion A-game to London this week.
Since arriving with President Donald Trump for their state visit Monday, the first lady has sported several showstopping styles, and she's back at it again.
Trump, 49, showed up to a D-Day commemoration event in Portsmouth, England, Wednesday rocking a chic, belted coat dress. The former model accessorized with a matching hat and shoes, and a sleek updo.
Looking at the classy style, we couldn't help but wonder: Was the first lady purposely channeling Meghan, Duchess of Sussex?
The style slightly resembles the striking white coat the duchess sported when she and Prince Harry made their debut as an engaged couple back in 2017.
But it mostly made us think of the royal's flat-brimmed hat paired with a pale pink dress at last year's Trooping the Colour parade. Both women even wore the accessory in the same askew spot on their heads.
Duchess comparisons aside, Trump's outfit is simply the latest in a string of looks that have garnered attention this week.
Upon arrival to Buckingham Palace, Trump gave "My Fair Lady" vibes in a sharp, white, belted dress and hat.
Later that day, Trump looked striking in a white sleeveless gown at a state dinner.
Yesterday, the first lady opted for a pop of color in a red cape dress.
And we can't wait to see what she wears next!