Brigitte Macron had this to say about Melania and Donald Trump after her state visit. MELANIA TRUMP and her husband US President Donald Trump hosted French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte last week. Now the French First Lady has revealed some details about Melania’s life in the White House. By Emily Hodgkin.
Melania Trump takes on Brigitte Macron as Donald’s wife stuns in silver Chanel. MELANIA TRUMP stunned in silver with her husband Donald Trump and Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron in the US. Brigitte Macron wore Louis Vuitton while Mrs Trump wore Chanel. By Emily Hodgkin. PUBLISHED: 09:04, Wed, Apr 25, 2018 | UPDATED: 09:04, Wed, Apr 25, 2018.
From left, Brigitte Macron, first lady of France; President Emmanuel Macron of France; President Trump, and Melania Trump, first lady of the United States, on Tuesday at the White House.CreditCreditDoug Mills/The New York Times. By Vanessa Friedman. April 25, 2018. Melania Trump, who orchestrated the first state dinner of the Trump administration, a.k.a. the most fancy ceremonial evening since the inauguration, stood next to her husband and welcomed President Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife Brigitte while wearing a Chanel haute couture dress of black Chantilly lace, hand painted with silver, and embroidered with crystal and sequins.
RELATED: See Melania Trump’s Latest Awkward Hand-Holding Moment — In the White Hat Setting Twitter Ablaze. Brigitte went on to address the public’s take on Melania, saying everything she does “is interpreted” and “over-interpreted.” Brigitte added, “She’s someone who has a strong personality, but works hard to hide it. She laughs very easily, at everything, but shows it less than I do.” Melania and Donald J. Trump with Brigitte and Emmanuel Macron. SHAWN THEW/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock. RELATED: Donald Trump Gets Defensive When Asked What He Got Melania for Her Birthday: ‘I’m Very Busy!’
Brigitte Macron, wife of French President Emmanuel Macron, said though she is "really fun" her US counterpart First Lady Melania Trump "can’t go outside. She’s much more constrained than I am". She said Ms Trump perhaps is just more reserved in public because for the media and American public “everything is interpreted, over-interpreted. She’s someone who has a strong personality, but works hard to hide it. She laughs very easily, at everything, but shows it less than I do".
When French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron visited the White House in Washington this past week, they attended their first official state dinner with President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump, and the Internet was quick to notice Melania’s general lack of enthusiasm for the event. In a video that quickly went viral, the First Lady is seen visibly grimacing and even swatting away her husband’s hand as he attempts to get closer to her. Though she shared concerns for FLOTUS, Brigitte was also quick to praise her as a person.
France’s first lady Brigitte Macron reveled in her time spent with Melania Trump this week but feels America’s first lady is constrained while living in the White House. Macron, 65, told Le Monde that she had a wonderful time with the first lady and called her “really fun.” “We have the same sense of humor. We laugh a lot together,” Macron said. However, she voiced her concerns over Trump’s restrictions while living in the White House. “She can’t even open a window at the White House. She can’t go outside. She’s much more constrained than I am. I go out every day in Paris,” France’s first lady
Brigitte and Melania in conversation. By Andrea Hanks/Official White House Photo. Life under the Secret Service is famously cage-like. France’s First Lady Brigitte Macron observed a similar isolation in her U.S. counterpart, Melania Trump, as she told La Monde before leaving the states on Wednesday. Trump is “much more constrained than me,” she said. “Melania can’t do anything, she can’t even open a window in the White House. She can’t put her nose out. Me, every day, I’m out in Paris." Macron called the First Lady “nice and charming, intelligent and very open,” and said of Trump’s sometimes stern, often silent outward face, “Everything is interpreted, over-interpreted.
Donald Trump, Emmanuel Macron, Melania Trump, and Brigitte Macron. Ian Langsdon/Getty Images. There’s one other area on which Macron has focused her attention: school bullying, the cause célèbre of one Melania Trump. (At least, their relationship appears markedly less ambivalent than that of Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron on the heels of a recent state visit.) Macron pointed out the marked contrast between her own position and that of Melania Trump: “Melania can’t do anything—she can’t even open a window at the White House. She can’t step outside. Me, every day, I’m outside in Paris,” she said.
French First Lady Brigitte Macron learned what Melania Trump's life is like in the White House during their recent state visit to Washington. Living in the White House might seem glamorous, but it turns out life at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is pretty much a buzzkill. French First Lady Brigitte Macron learned that much when she met Melania Trump during their recent state visit to Washington. She told Le Monde, as translated by The Guardian, that she learned that Melania’s life is very restricted, and that may explain why she comes across as emotionless in public. The first lady “cannot do anything,” Macron said, likely noting security concerns.
It appears that Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron aren’t the only two world leaders enamored with each other. In a brutal interview with The Guardian, French First Lady Brigitte Macron says Melania Trump is “actually really fun” — but only when she’s inside the White House, which is the only place she’s apparently allowed to be. This comment comes on the heels of Macron and his high-school teacher turned wife’s first official state visit to the U.S., during which Trump and the French president were PDA’ing hard, even though Macron was struggling with an embarrassing dandruff problem.
On Instagram, Melania Trump posted a snap of the pair admiring Cézanne’s The Artist’s Father, Reading L’Événement (1866) with the gallery’s curator of French paintings, Mary Morton, and deputy director Franklin Kelly. Morton co-organized the show with John Elderfield, MoMA’s chief curator emeritus of painting and sculpture, and Xavier Rey, the director of the Musées de Marseille. In a further statement from the White House, Trump called the works “breathtaking,” adding, “Everyone understands the language of art.”
American first lady Melania Trump and French first lady Brigitte Macron pose for a photo on April 24, 2018. Bryan Sneider/Reuters. Political outsiders Melania Trump and Brigitte Macron share surprisingly similar style as first ladies. Seen side-by-side at the state visit at the White House this week, their twin looks are sending a strong style message of unity between the two countries. The French president and first lady arrived in D.C. on Monday for a state visit, giving Americans a chance to see first lady Melania Trump next to one of her closest style allies. She and French first lady Brig
French First Lady Brigitte Macron had nothing but nice things to say about Melania Trump’s personality — but she also revealed that Donald’s wife can’t leave the White House. French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron met with Donald and Melania Trump earlier this week, and the two First Ladies hit it off. Brigitte believes that the 48-year-old former model is “actually really fun. We have the same sense of humor. We laugh a lot together,” she told Le Monde, according to The Guardian. But apparently that side of Melania can’t come out publicly – mostly because, she “cannot d
Melania Trump and Brigitte Macron tour the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, April 24, 2018. SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window). French President Emmanuel Macron and wife Brigitte Macron had a three-day visit to Washington D.C. this week, and now that they are back home, France’s first lady is opening up about her time with Melania Trump . Donald Trump’s Family: His Kids, Grandkids, Wives and More. During an interview with French newspaper Le Monde , Macron, 65, shared her observations about the United States’ first lady’s life in the White House claiming that Trump, 48, “cannot do anything.”