Brigitte Macron, 65, was seen at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, today, and the French President’s wife was enjoying the spring weather.
Taking the opportunity to get some sun on her skin, Brigitte, wore a leg-baring dress.
The classic navy dress showed off the chic French style for which Brigitte is famed.
She wore a simply navy trench coat over the top, keeping it undone to show off the dress.
A pair of classic stiletto court shoes completed the look.
A chunky gold watch could be seen peeking from the cuffs of the coat, and Brigitte wore several rings on her finger.
As always, her hair was perfectly coiffed, and looked freshly blowdried.
Brigitte kept her makeup pared back, opting for nude lips and neutral eyeshadow.
She waved for cameras as she walked past, smiling widely.
Eventually, Brigitte covered her eyes from the glare of the sun in stylish black sunglasses.
While Brigitte was out alone today, earlier this week she stepped out with Emmanuel, putting on a united front after he fended off difficult questions on France’s position in Syria.
The French President’s wife looked grave as she descended the stairs to the Theatre national de Chaillot in Paris alongside her husband.
Emmanuel was attending an interview with BFM television journalists and the Mediapart investigative website about the intervention of armed forces from France in Syria together with the US and the UK.
Brigitte wore a smart casual outfit of blue denim jeans and a white button down shirt paired with a black leather jacket.
To smarten up her appearance for the meeting she wore pointed black heels with a stiletto heel.
At the start of April, Brigitte walked out of the Elysee Palace looking glum. She wore a khaki coat and black jeans outfit combination.
Her collarless coat had utility style buttons and zips on the lapels, and a wide pocket design on the bottom half. It was worn belted around the waist.
The former French teacher clenched her hands and frowned as she descended the steps of the Elsyee Palace.
To add glamour to her appearance, she wore black leather boots with a pointed toe in a contrasting patent leather.
She also wore straight leg black jeans paired with the boots which created the illusion of longer legs.