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Theresa May tells Vogue about 'gentleman' Donald Trump

20 March 2017

Mrs May, who was interviewed about her taste in clothes as well as her politics, also posed for a series of photos taken by renowned portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz - whose previous subjects include John Lennon, the Rolling Stones and the Queen.

Theresa May says Donald Trump was "being a gentleman" when he took her hand while they walked outside the White House.

Asked by Vogue what she thought of the USA president, May said: "I like to think we got on".

May also shrugged off comparisons with former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and asked to cite her core values, named "opportunity, freedom, security".

Theresa May with her husband Philip.

Pressed on whether she confronted the president about his comments about women, which she had previously described as "unacceptable", she replied: "Well, I don't".

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Mrs May has been famed for her love of shoes ever since she walked on stage at the 2002 Tory Party conference wearing a pair of Leopard print kitten heels. "I'm Theresa May. I do things my way".

"All I would say is, I've been very clear: I'm not afraid to raise issues".

Interviewer Gaby Wood met Mrs May at 10 Downing Street a few days after the Washington visit.

Despite the recent furore over the Prime Minister's expensive leather pants, Vogue described her style as "decidedly no-drama" and says that she operates under "a carefully preserved carapace of conformity".

The Prime Minister was pictured at her official country residence Chequers wearing a dark blue coat and dress by LK Bennett.

"I've been fortunate that he's been very supportive of me", she said.

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"That's just something that happens, and you accept that".

She also said that she doesn't have a need to be liked, insisting that "it's not a popularity stakes, being Prime Minister". Nicky Morgan led the dissenters: "I don't think I've ever spent that much on anything apart from my wedding dress".

But in an interview with American Vogue, she laughed off the hand gesture, saying: "I think he was actually being a gentleman".

She admits she did vote to remain in the European Union referendum, but insists "what's important is that the country feels, I think, that it wants to come together".

"One of the things we've seen happening in recent years in politics is an increasing lack of trust between people and the politicians", she said.

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Theresa May tells Vogue about 'gentleman' Donald Trump