Emmanuel Macron's wife Brigitte flashes thighs in a sexy red zip-through dress in Austria
Brigitte, 64, and Emmanuel, 39, were pictured arriving in Salzburg ahead of the Salzburg Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Republic of Austria, the French Republic, the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic.
The former school teacher stepped off the plane earlier today wearing a red short sleeve dress which fell above the knee in length.
It featured a zip up front and a zip on the right breast, as well as a biker-jacket-like fastening on the collar.
Brigitte accessorised with a small black satchel and black pointed stiletto heels.
Her hair was perfectly coiffed as usually and a pair of thick black sunglasses finished off the look.
The French President is meeting with the leaders of Austria the Czech Republic and Slovakia as part of a tour of central and eastern Europe aimed at reinvigorating European Union unity after Britain’s decision to leave.
After their arrival the Macrons, the Austrian chancellor, Christian Kern, 52, and his wife, Eveline Steinberger-Kern, 45, took a stroll around the city.
They later posed for a group photograph at Mirabebell park.
French President Emmanuel Macron is due to speak with Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka and Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico in Salzburg today.
Issues on Macron’s agenda include concerns over so called “posted workers” – those who are temporarily posted abroad by companies in their home countries.
Brigitte wore a similar-looking dress back in July.
Meeting with US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania in Paris, she wore the same thigh-skimming zip-up dress but in white.
She accessorised this colour dress with blue stiletto heels and a small black handbag.
Earlier this week it was announced Brigitte will not become France’s official First Lady.
But the wife of French president Emmanuel Macron will be given her own cabinet and two advisors, the cost of which will be outlined in a “transparency charter”.
The Elysee Palace has clarified Mrs Macron’s official duties following a huge public outcry over the president’s plans to give his wife an official title and role within the government.