Lady in rouge! French First Lady Brigitte dazzles in scarlet dress as she joins husband President Emmanuel Macron for state dinner in Athens
First Lady Brigitte Macron ensured all eyes were on her at a state dinner in Athens on Thursday.
Brigitte, 64, joined her husband President Emmanuel Macron to dine at the presidential palace in the Greek capital.
The couple have been on a two-day state visit to Greece and tonight dined with Greek president Prokopis Pavlopoulos.
Brigitte looked glamorous in a red dress as she mingled with state officials at the dinner.
Brigitte Macron, 64, dazzled in red at a state dinner at the Presidential Palace in Athens, Greece
Mrs Macron looked happy and relaxed as she mingled with the other guests at the dinner at the The Presidential Mansion, which is the official residence of the President of the Hellenic Republic.
The mother-of-three wore a red dress that featured a cape detailing, which flaunted her arms.
She tied the look together with a black patent waist-cinching belt.
Brigitte wore her famous blonde locks in curls that sat on her shoulders, opting for a glamorous style for the formal occasion.
She kept her accessories very minimal, with a simple red bracelet worn on her left wrist.
Brigitte spent much of the dinner mingling with President Prokopis Pavlopoulos, who was seated on her right.
The First Lady and Greek President looked to be in deep conversation as they shared a joke over drinks.
They were surrounded by refined guests and dignitaries and the group shared glasses of wine in their plush surroundings.
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