French President, Emmanuel Marcon invited the female popstar to the Elysee Palace due to a tweet she directed to him around June concerning her capability as the founder of the nonprofit Clara Lionel Foundation requesting for his commitment and contribution to support the growth of education in the growing planet.
She visited the Elysee Palace on Wednesday to speak with French President after she appealed to him on Twitter for France to contribute to her education fund for developing countries.
The “Rude Boy” singer’s meeting with Macron comes one month after she initially reached out to him on Twitter about funding for international education.
And she’s not the only celebrity visitor Macron’s seen this week. U2’s frontman also met with the President to discuss global education funding on Monday. Earlier this month, the singer co-signed a letter with Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai demanding G20 leaders pledge their support to a UN education initiative.
Famous female popstar Rihanna was spotted wearing an eccentric kind outfit that gives her both male and female look while she meets one on one with with French President Emmanuel Marcon to discuss the country’s supply of funds towards international education/ girls education.
Immediately when 411 popped about Rihanna’s meeting with the President fashion insiders has probably lurked to haunt her fashion accent she still did not disappoint.
The female popstar/philanthropist decided to be in an amazing gray colour of long shirt and a stylish type of a carrot baggy trouser mashing it with an oversized jacket and a Dior Addict bag along with her white heeled sandal.
Rihanna was said to have a mutual kind of friendship with the French President, she attended the fall 2017 show in Paris, First lady Brigitte Macron was also spotted wearing a white short sleeved shirt and a blue jeans.
Rihanna channeled her gratitude on Twitter to as she showed appreciation to the President
“Thank you Mr. President @EmmanuelMacron and Madame First Lady for the incredible meeting and passion for global and girls education!”