Louise Linton is having a ball accompanying her husband Steve Mnuchin at yet another glamorous dinner during Donald Trump's state visit to Great Britain.
Linton happily posed for the cameras as she left her hotel and made her way to Winfield House, the official residence of the US Ambassador in London.
And, much like the night before, the Scottish actress was bold with her fashion choices, opting for a floor-length gown covered in metallic red and pink roses.
The event comes one night after Linton, 38, met Kate Middleton, years after playing the role of her close friend in a 2011 Lifetime movie about Middleton's romance with Prince William.
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Louise Linton is having a ball accompanying husband Steve Mnuchin at yet another glamorous dinner during Donald Trump's state visit to Great Britain
Linton happily posed with Mnuchin, the US Secretary of Treasury, and Ivanka Trump
Middleton escorted Mnuchin into the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace on Monday night.
As the pair were walking down the line to greet guests, Linton said hello to her husband and Middleton stopped to give her hand a quick shake. She was the only guest that Middleton greeted before sitting down for dinner.
Linton played the fictional character Vanessa Rose Williams in the film William & Kate.
At the time the movie came out, shortly before Prince William and Middleton's wedding, Linton said her character wasn't impressed by the royals.
'She's not the type of girl to be overwhelmed because of somebody's wealth, prestige, or standing in life,' she told Zap2It.
'She's much more involved in the more grounded and more authentic things. So while she's very happy that Kate's happy, she also becomes very upset when Kate's upset and encourages Kate to walk away.'
The event comes one night after Linton, 38, met Kate Middleton, years after playing the role of her close friend in a 2011 Lifetime movie about Middleton's romance with Prince William. She is pictured here with the actress who played Middleton
Linton was the only guest that Middleton stopped to greet as she escorted Mnuchin into the banquet. They are pictured here shaking hands
On Tuesday Linton sat at a table with Eric Trump, Tiffany Trump, White House Social Media Director Dan Scavino, Emma Doyle the White House Principal Deputy Chief of Staff, and Suzanne Ircha, the wife of Woody Johnson, the US ambassador to the United Kingdom
Meanwhile, Trump dined between British Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince Charles
But Linton has clearly been having a blast in England, praising the 'beautiful' white-tie dinner at Buckingham Palace on Monday night.
Linton wore a stunning deep red gown for the event that featured a cut-out key hole detail, accentuating her waist.
The actress swept her hair up into a chiffon, and completed her look with a sultry, smokey eye for the event.
'Wonderful to be home in Britain!' she wrote in the caption. 'An honor to attend the State Dinner at Buckingham