Fawcett Statue and London: Theresa May's Week


From the West Midlands to London, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

On Monday, the Prime Minister visited Boss Designs in Dudley as part of a visit on the local election campaign trail. Later in the day, the PM met with party activists.

For this visit, May wore her pale blue blazer, teaming it with black trousers, the Divine jewelled flats from Russell & Bromley and an oversized pearl necklace.

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On her return to London, the PM attended a 25th anniversary memorial service for Stephen Lawrence at St. Martin's in the Fields. May switched from pale blue to her textured black jacket from Daniel Blake.

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On Tuesday, May attended the unveiling of the Millicent Fawcett statue in Parliament Square. The PM stood out from the crowd in a black skirt and red Piazza Sempione jacket. Our favourite leopard Kitty kitten heels from Charlotte Olympia made a reappearance!

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On Wednesday, the PM took part in Prime Minister's Questions and visited activists at CCHQ. Her new navy jacket with silver sparkle from Daniel Blake was her outfit of choice, teaming it with black trousers and the Audrey red suede kitten heels from LK Bennett.

On Thursday, the PM welcomed Holocaust survivor Mala Tribich to Number 10. Later in the day, May welcomed Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev to Downing Street.

May wore some of the classics - the Saskia Evergreen dress by LK Bennett, her tweed jacket from DvF and the oversized silver chain necklace from Amanda Wakeley. She also wore her new Rosebud kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.

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