first lady Jill Biden and Brigitte Macron laughed together after a joint dinner in Washington DC on Wednesday, November 30. Both women were beaming as they left Fiola Mare in Georgetown, along with their husbands the Presidents. Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron. Jill, 71, seemed amused by something Brigitte, 69, said as they descended a few steps from the restaurant. They clearly had a great chat after dinner that seemed fun.
Jill made an impression in a long-sleeved blue dress. She completed the look with some dark heels. Brigitte sported a gray blazer over a white dress for the evening. Their husbands all look handsome in suits. Joe paired with his wife in a classic blue suit. Emmanuel chose charcoal gray for the evening. As the first ladies laughed, Joe and Emmanuel seemed to have a similarly enjoyable conversation as they both smiled on their way home.
Looks like everyone had a great time. Joe shared a photo of the couple on their double date on his personal page. social media, apparently taken during dessert, as both he and Emmanuel like some ice cream. “Welcome some friends to town,” he wrote.
The Georgetown double date comes the night before the Bidens will host their first State Dinner with France at the White House. The black-tie dinner will be the first dinner for the Biden Administration. The last time a State Dinner was held was in 2019 by the then President Donald Trump, and it’s for Australia. The dinner with France comes just over a year after the submarine deal Biden made went into effect. upset the French leaderbut it seems they have reconciled, according to New York Times.
Jill Biden gave the press a preview of the State Dinner ahead of their joint date with Macron. She talked about how they plan to show solidarity by showcasing the common colors of the United States and France: red, white, and blue. She also announced that the Grammy Award-winning musician Jon Batiste will perform that night. She also talked about her and her husband friendship with Macrons. “Joe and I have had the pleasure of spending time with the President and Mrs. Macron over the past two years,” she said. “We are delighted to welcome them to the White House as the first couple of our oldest ally: France.”