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Melania and Ivanka Trump go white for Day 2 of India visit; latter opts for Anita Dongre sherwani

DNA Tuesday, 25 February 2020
For the second day of their India visit, Melania Trump donned Carolina Herrera midi dress, while Ivanka Trump was seen in an Anita Dongre outfit.
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