Winnie Odinga, the youngest daughter of famous Kenyan politician Raila Odinga, made waves on social media when she stepped out in a stylish dress to meet King Charles III, leaving fans stunned by her glamorous appearance.
Winnie, known for her customary well-fitting pants, took a fashion leap that showcased her versatility and garnered widespread admiration.
She graced the occasion in a striking green rugged floral embroidery Abaya dress with a round neckline, exuding both elegance and confidence.
Currently serving as EALA MP, Winnie also donned black stockings and black-heeled shoes to complement her attire.
The dress, estimated to cost around Ksh 8,000, not only caught the attention of fashion enthusiasts but also marked a notable departure from her usual attire.
Fans of the Azimio leader’s daughter, who are accustomed to her in more tailored outfits, couldn’t help but express their appreciation for her remarkable transformation.
In the caption of her photos, Winnie Odinga humorously remarked on the snapshot taken during her meeting with King Charles III, playfully alluding to the photo’s resemblance to a rugby World Cup shot.
She wrote: “How do you meet King Charles III, and this is the photo the guy takes of you? Capture the chat Fam! (Have me out here looking like I’m in the Rugby World Cup) Anyway, I did a world leader thing today. (Official pics coming )”
Many admirers, who took to the comments section of her photos, lauded her decision to incorporate more dresses into her wardrobe, as they marveled at her stunning appearance.
Here are some comments from her enthusiastic fans:
Odida: Ukona mtu ama nikuwe yeye. (Do you have someone in your life, or should it be me?)
kichuna_cha_mwabili: Looking so good, maybe you should do this more often.
austineodeny: The dress is on point. It works.
musundiphoebe: Very beautiful. You look this good in dresses.
julz7172: You look nice in a dress. I’m used to seeing you in suits… tomboy.
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