Celebrations at Downing Street: Theresa May's Week


From marking the England win at the Cricket World Cup to recognizing acts of service at the Policy Bravery Awards, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

On Monday, the PM welcomed the England World Cup Cricket Team to No 10 to celebrate their World Cup win.

May wore her baby blue Daniel Blake jacket with black trousers and a pair of patent black slingbacks for the event.

On Tuesday, the PM marked India Day with a speech. She wore her Hobbs teal coat, teaming it with a navy shift dress, the Rosebud kitten heels from Russell & Bromley and the blue Mirta Bijoux Ballsmania necklace.

On Wednesday, May took part in her penultimate Prime Minister's Questions. She wore her navy Escada suit, a garnet necklace and her fierce red kitten heels from LK Bennett.

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Later in the day she delivered a speech on the state of national and international politics at Chatham House.

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On Thursday, May hosted members of the policy for the Police Bravery Awards at No 10. She wore her orange Nehru Daniel Blake jacket, black trousers and an oversized necklace.

Later in the evening, it was the annual No 10 staff party. May wore her houndstooth Amanda Wakeley coat.

And on Friday, May was in her Maidenhead constituency where she placed a pair of leopard kitten heels at an exhibition in the Maidenhead Heritage Centre. She wore a navy blazer from Herno, matching trousers, leopard flats and an oversized necklace.

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