Melania Trump and Donald Trump arrived in London this week for their official engagement with Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the royal family.

But the POTUS and his wife were left standing outside No. 10 Downing Street for about six minutes amid an embarrassing blunder. FLOTUS, who looked stunning in her yellow Valentino coat, waited in the freezing cold weather.

After waiting for a few minutes, President Trump was asked to approach, and he also posed for a photo in front of the property before entering the premises. FLOTUS lagged closely behind him.

British journalist Robert Peston took his thoughts to Twitter after seeing the embarrassing blunder by saying that Trump must have not been thrilled.

Meanwhile, during the president’s meeting with Johnson, he was asked to comment on the upcoming elections and the other candidates. Trump said that he doesn’t have any thoughts on it.

“It's going to be a very important election for this great country, but I have no thoughts on it,” he said.

In related news, the First Lady and her husband also met up with Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles at the Clarence House ahead of the NATO summit in London. After exchanging their hellos, the Trumps went to the Morning room to continue their discussion with the royal couple.

Prince Charles wore his signature suit for the outing, while Camilla wore a beautiful red dress and black coat. The couples also posed in front of Camilla’s famed mantelpiece.

FLOTUS also made headlines recently after she shared a video and a series of photos featuring this year’s Christmas decorations at the White House. However, some critics called the beige coat that she wore in the video “ridiculous.”

The First Lady’s press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, came to her boss’s defense by saying that it’s become an annual holiday tradition for the media to attack everything that FLOTUS does.

Author Kate Bennett, the author of “Free, Melania,” told Inside Edition that the president’s wife does and wears whatever she wants.

Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011
Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011 GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Andy Kropa