While the President was getting down to trade talk with British Prime Minister Theresa May, Melania Trump showed off her playful side as she tried her hand at bowls during a visit to the Royal Hospital Chelsea on Friday morning.
The First Lady, 48, joined Philip May, 60, for the game with the Chelsea Pensioners and a group of local schoolchildren.
The Daily Mail reports,
Mrs Trump, who wore a £1,550 ($1,910) Victoria Beckham dress and 5in heels for the engagement, threw herself into the spirit of the competition, groaning with frustration when her turn went awry. She clapped as Mr May stepped onto the green and later celebrated by high-fiving a uniformed Chelsea Pensioner, much to his delight.
Earlier Mr May and Mrs Trump joined the children in making Remembrance Day poppies.
Mrs Trump stepped out on her own this morning as President Trump and Theresa May attended a military display before meeting at Chequers for crucial talks.
Mrs Trump will later rejoin her husband for a private audience with the Queen at Windsor Castle.
Mrs Trump and Mr May appeared to be getting on famously as they took part in the activity outside the hospital.
Journalists attending the event had been advised to wear flat shoes but Mrs Trump opted for a pair of towering nude stilettos, believed to be a £583 ($725) pair by celebrity shoe designer Christian Louboutin, a label that the first lady has worn multiple times during this trip.
The sleek nude shoes perfectly complimented her bold, colour-block dress by British designer Beckham.
Despite her polished look, the First Lady was eager to join in with the fun and expertly teetered across the grass to play.
Under the instruction of one of the schoolchildren, she crouched down and rolled the bowl across the green.
She bowled four times, smiling throughout, while the light breeze blew her hair back from her face. Mrs Trump and Mr May later shared a joke as they waved British and American flags during a photocall.