This week the fabulous and fashionable family made us swoon sitting front row at the Burberry London in Los Angeles event.
Suddenly, we can't unsee the comparison.
Melania Trump called Vogue “bias” for not putting her on the cover when she was first lady.
“They’re biased, and they have likes and dislikes, and it’s so obvious,” the former first lady told Fox News in her first interview since leaving the White House.
The supermodel said that Talley's "unconditional love and support" for her "never wavered."
"When I travel around the country now, I feel as though people can breathe again," the first lady said in a Vogue cover profile.
Readers can now buy the February issue of the magazine -- featuring a more formal shot of the vice president-elect -- online.
The longtime editor said she didn't intend to "diminish the importance of the vice president-elect’s incredible victory" by selecting a less formal image.
Critics at first didn't believe the “washed out mess of a cover” could actually be real.
The longtime editor said she regrets publishing images and stories that have been racially and culturally “hurtful or intolerant."