Dr. Jill Biden is pretty in pink.
The first lady, 71, turned heads in a top-to-toe hot pink outfit after arriving in London for King Charles III’s upcoming coronation.
Biden leaned into Barbiecore with her peacoat, matching turtleneck sweater and knee-length skirt to meet the UK Prime Minister’s wife, Akshata Murthy.
She paired the monochromatic look with Dior slingback heels and a stacked pearl bracelet.
Although her husband, President Joe Biden, didn’t join Jill on her trip across the pond, she was accompanied by her 23-year-old granddaughter, Finnegan.
Later on in the day, Jill did a quick outfit change before meeting with Kate Middleton and Prince William at Buckingham Palace, opting for a black floral dress.
As it turns out, the Biden women weren’t the only ones flying in from the US Friday.
Prince Harry arrived on a commercial flight that same day — after previously facing backlash for flying private while simultaneously advocating for climate change action.
The exiled royal is apparently staying at Frogmore Cottage, despite his father evicting him from the property earlier this year.
Although both Harry, 38, and wife Meghan Markle, 41, were invited to the celebratory weekend, the Duchess of Sussex decided to stay back in California.
While Markle is apparently hanging at home for son Archie’s 4th birthday — which falls on the same day — royal biographer Omid Scobie says she is trying to “protect her peace” amid tensions with the royal family.
“She is aware just how much of the spotlight goes on her when she sets even a foot near the story,” he said during an interview on ITV’s “This Morning” Wednesday.
“It’s portrayed as intentional,” he continued. “Should she come over and just stand next to her husband, the commentary and the narrative of the day would have been very different.”
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Her decision to stay home reportedly came as a relief to many royals, who feared Markle would steal the spotlight from Charles on his big day.
“[They] would rather the attention didn’t go onto her,” he said. “If you look back at some of Harry and Meghan’s biggest problems, it was all down to the fact that the attention was always on them at times when it shouldn’t have been.”
However, Harry won’t be staying in the UK for too long, as he plans to fly home just hours after his father Charles, 74, and Queen Camilla, 75, are coronated at Westminster Abbey.