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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau Glistens In Gold At State Dinner In Honour Of Mexican President

The wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau donned a brocade gown by Theia.

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is proving she looks good in virtually any colour, including gold.

On Tuesday, the wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accompanied her husband to a state dinner in honour of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto at Rideau Hall in Ottawa donning a golden floor-length gown by evening and bridal wear label, Theia.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto pose for a photograph along with Governor General David Johnston, right, and his wife Sharon Johnston before attending a state dinner in honour of the Mexican President at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on June 28, 2016.

The high-low brocade dress featured a scalloped hemline and strapless neckline, which Grégoire Trudeau accentuated by keeping bare of any necklaces and by styling her hair in a chic chignon.

Styled by friend Jessica Mulroney, the 40-year-old mother of three paired her regal gown with drop-down earrings by Canadian designer Alan Anderson and an embellished clutch by House of Garéma, another Canadian label. She finished off the look with sandals from Canadian online luxury shoe store, The September.

Trudeau is set to convene with Pena Nieto and President of the United States Barack Obama in Ottawa for the "Three Amigos Summit." According to Brian Deese, senior adviser to Obama, the "central focus" of the summit will be climate and clean energy.

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