Number 10 and Estonia: Theresa May's Week


From welcoming world leaders to Downing Street and travelling to Estonia, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

On Monday, Theresa May welcomed the Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to Downing Street. The pair discuss the importance of devolved Government being restored to Northern Ireland as soon as possible and the UK Government’s steadfast commitment to the Belfast Agreement and its successors.

May wore a navy suit, teaming it with a white blouse and vintage multi colour Russell & Bromley kitten heels. The PM also debuted her new silver Balls necklace and bracelet from Mirta Bijoux- a recent purchase from her Italian holiday!

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On Tuesday, May welcomed European Council President Donald Tusk to Downing Street to discuss imaginative and creative ways to establish the new UK/EU relationship.

Wearing an autumnal palette, May opted for a brown textured jacket, trousers and the Delicious leopard flats from Russell & Bromley. She accesorised with a brown plastic necklace from Et Le Bijou Crea La Femme.

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On Wednesday, Theresa May had a much deserved trip to watch the cricket. Later in the day she pre-recorded some media interviews. May wore the sky blue coat, teaming it with a navy shift from Amanda Wakeley. She accessorised with her second Mirta Bijoux piece of the week- the Balls necklace in navy.

On Thursday, the PM delivered a speech at Fishmongers Hall, London to mark twenty years of independence for the Bank of England. May wore one of our favourite outfits- the bright blue Orchid jacket and matching skirt from Daniel Blake. She teamed it with pearls, snakeskin kitten heels, a Crystaldust Swarovski cuff and the swirl ring from Celtic Treasures.

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Later in the day, May travelled to Estonia to participate in a summit on security and digital. For the evening working dinner, May wore the Tulip dress in wool flannel windowpane check from Daniel Blake. She accessorised with oversized pearls and her jewellery from earlier in the day. And we learned that the PM has reading glasses- and chic red ones no less!

On Friday, Theresa May met with British troops stationed at Tapa Military Base in Estonia. May wore a navy mackintosh over a black suit. She wore the Delicious leopard flats from Russell & Bromley and accessorised with the oversized chain necklace and bracelet from Amanda Wakeley. May also wore a scarf by Pazuki.

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