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She’s know for flying the flag for sustainable fashion, even wearing a rented wedding dress to marry Boris Johnson.
And today, Carrie Johnson opted for another rented number as she arrived with the Prime Minister for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting opening ceremony.
Her wardrobe is heavily influenced by royal style, so it was not suprising to see Mrs Johnson opt for an elegant yellow midi dress by Claire Mischevani, whose designs are a firm favourite with Princess Beatrice and Zara Tindall.
The vibrant Poppy dress would cost £795 to buy but can be rented from £15 a day.
Carrie Johnson brought the sunshine in Kigali this morning as she attended the opening of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting with her husband Boris
Mrs Johnson wore her blonde hair in curls cascading around her shoulders as she arrived for the event in Rwanda’s capital Kigali
The mother-of-two wore a Claire Mischevani dress, rented from MyWardrobeHQ, teamed withc olourful LK Bennett wedges
In keeping with the mother-of-two’s eco-friendly ethos, she rented the frock from MyWardrobeHQ and teamed it with colourful LK Bennett wedges – a brand favoured by the Duchess of Cambridge.
The checked linen wedges are currently on sale for £115, reduced from £175.
In another Kate Middleton nod, Mrs Johnson wore her blonde hair in curls cascading around her shoulders as she arrived for the event in Rwanda’s capital Kigali.
She showed no hint of stress, despite a bad night for her husband who has vowed to keep going’ today despite Tory chair Oliver Dowden dramatically quitting after the party suffered a double by-election pummelling.
Mrs Johnson’s vibrant Poppy dress would cost £795 to buy but can be rented from £15 a day.
The PM said he would ‘listen’ after seismic results in Tiverton and Wakefield, but tried to play down the huge blows as a difficult ‘patch’ for the government.
However, Mr Johnson is facing a fresh threat to his position after Mr Dowden walked out saying he shared the ‘distress’ of activists about the run of bad results.
There’s also a potentially awkward meeting with Prince Charles ahead with the pair set to sit down for tea together – the first conversation since the royal reportedly branded the government’s Rwanda asylum policy ‘appaling’.
However, there were no hard feelings between Mrs Johnson and the Duchess of Cornwall yesterday as they teamed up at an event for the campaign group Violence Against Women and Girls in Rwanda.
Camilla beamed as she was greeted with a kiss on the cheek by the wife of the Prime Minister.
So-stylish Carrie dazzles with her three eye-catching outfits in a day: The fashion verdict on Prime Minister’s wife in Rwanda
By Dinah Van Tulleken for the Daily Mail
As all public figures know, the first outfit you wear when stepping off the plane for an official visit sets the tone for the trip.
And for Carrie Johnson in Rwanda, that tone was glorious hot pink.
From head to elegantly heeled toe, the 34-year-old was dressed in the shade of the moment – Valentino’s latest catwalk was entirely hot pink – wearing a pink suit, shirt and shoes in a classic example of tonal dressing.
Dressed in pink from head-to-toe, Carrie Johnson, 34, steps off a plane in Rwanda with her husband, Boris Johnson. Her double-breasted blazer (£79.99), and matching trousers (£49.99) are from high-street store Zara
It means wearing one colour only and it’s currently big news in the fashion world.
Carrie’s double-breasted blazer, £79.99, and matching wide-leg, high-waisted trousers, £49.99, are from high-street favourite Zara and fit her beautifully.
But the matching blouse is where this outfit really comes into its own.
Because the key to mastering the tonal dressing trend is to break up the block colour with different textures.
Carrie then changed into a striking yellow top from J Crew as she attended a Violence Against Women and Girls event at the Kigali Convention Centre in Kigali, Rwanda. She teamed the sleeveless polka-dot blouse with a full skirt in a playful blue and green print and simple nude court shoes
PICTURED: Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie Johnson arriving at a welcome reception and state banquet hosted by the President of Rwanda on day four of the 2022 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM)
With her striking pink leopard-print silk shirt from British brand Tabitha Webb, £325, Carrie provides just enough difference to stop her blouse and suit becoming utterly overwhelming.
And her pointed-toe shoes from Dune, £90, cleverly match the slightly darker tones in the shirt to really pull this look together.
Clearly enjoying this season’s trend for block-bright hues, Carrie then changed into a striking yellow top from J Crew (now sold out).
She teamed the sleeveless polka-dot blouse with a full skirt in a playful blue and green print and simple nude court shoes.
Completing the look with a personal touch, the mother of two wore a beaded bracelet spelling out her daughter Romy’s name.