The trip to Africa by President Klaus Iohannis and his wife caused controversy throughout the country. The appearance in Zanzibar of the first lady was one of the most eccentric moments, which set the whole world on fire. What the fashion designer says about Andreea Tincu, but also how internet users criticized the attitude of Carmen Iohannis during the event.
Who made Carmen Iohannis’ outfit
At the official meeting, the First Lady wore a fresh creation signed by designer Andreea Tincu. Her choice of clothing was a knee-length pink satin dress. She opted for a belt in the same shade, which highlighted her perfect waistline.
Carmen Iohannis completed the look with a pair of cream high heels, matching earrings and a necklace. This time, she did not opt for a purse, and her hairstyle was a simple one, which consisted of slightly wavy hair, giving a casual and elegant look at the same time.
Andreea Tincu is the one who took care of the impeccable outfit. The famous designer published the picture with the famous residential couple and mentioned that it was quite an honor for her to make a perfect look for the First Lady.
“First lady Carmen Iohannis alongside Zanzibar President Hussein Mwinyi. Honored to create the First Lady’s outfit for this official visit!” the designer wrote on Facebook.
The dress is a unique model, made especially for Carmen Iohannis. It is not for sale on the famous designer’s website, a sign that Andreea Tincu chose to dress the First Lady in a dress that will never appear on anyone else.
Fans were pleasantly impressed with the way Carmen Iohannis looked in Zanzibar and gave her many compliments online. The fans wanted at all costs to send words of praise to the wife of Klaus Iohannis, the president of Romania.
“What elegance,” were the positive comments online.
The mistake that cost Carmen Iohannis dearly
Klaus and Carmen Iohannis got a proper welcome when they arrived in Zanzibar. Elegant and serious, as they are used to us, they were treated as two exceptional personalities and were impressed by the behavior of the locals.
A less common ritual, however, caught everyone’s attention. According to the images published by spotmedia, the First Lady was invited to participate in a traditional dance as a sign of respect, but that was not all.
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Shocking was the moment when, after a ritual dance in which they ruined the names of Klaus and Carmen Iohannis, their portraits were thrown into the water. The moment was surprising and energetic and left everyone speechless, which is why many believed that it was faked or created with the help of artificial intelligence.
“Yes, yes, yes! The president of Romania, Klaus Iohannis! Welcome to Zanzibar, Zanzibar, Zanzibar!” (“Yes, yes, yes! The President of Romania, Klaus Iohannis! Welcome to Zanzibar, Zanzibar, Zanzibar!”), shouted the locals.
In the visible frames, Klaus and Carmen Iohannis are captured standing on the sidelines, intently watching the whole scene, while the first lady and other members of the presidential team captured the moment on the phone.
Many criticized Carmen Iohannis for her fun attitude, but especially for the gesture of using her mobile phone at such a time. He had people who could have handled it, but he chose to use this device in front of everyone.
The president was, however, more reserved and chose to enjoy the show quietly, without attracting attention. Even though they were not informed in advance about these customs and did not know what was going on, they seemed pleasantly surprised by everything that happened in Zanzibar.
What is the last visit of Klaus Iohannis
Klaus Iohannis was impressed by the visit to Zanzibar and conveyed an important message to this state. The President testified that Romania is close to Zanzibar and he is confident that together they will be able to achieve many important achievements, from which both sides will benefit.
“We consider you a close state, we have an old tradition together, we consider you friends and we believe that together we can build a lot”, said Klaus Iohannis to the locals of Zanzibar.
According to the official schedule, on Tuesday, the head of state is scheduled to visit the Senegalese Association for the Protection of Children with Mental Disabilities (ASEDEME), located in the Aminata Mbaye Center – Grand-Yoff, Dakar.
On Wednesday, President Iohannis will explore Goree Island, recognized as a UNESCO heritage site and former outpost of the slave trade, where he will meet with local authorities. Visits also include the “Maison des Esclaves” and the Mariama Ba Girls’ High School.
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On Thursday, Klaus Iohannis will be received by his Senegalese counterpart, Macky Sall, at the Presidential Palace, where both tete-a-tete and official talks will be held, followed by joint press statements. Official documents will also be signed during this meeting.
On the same day, the head of state will attend the inauguration of the United Nations House in Senegal, together with the President of the Republic of Senegal, Macky Sall. Also on Thursday, the opening of the exhibition “Traditional African Masks – Traditional Romanian Masks”, organized in collaboration with the Museum of the Romanian Peasant, will take place at the Museum of Black Civilizations in Dakar.
Also, President Iohannis has scheduled a meeting with former students from Senegal who studied in Romania. President Iohannis’ African tour kicked off on November 14 with a state visit to Kenya, followed by official visits to Tanzania and Cape Verde.