- The Foreign Minister had her very own Trump moment as she arrived in the UK
- She was photographed with her hair scattered as it caught the flow of the wind
- Julie Bishop is at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London
- The politician is meeting to discuss climate change and rising oceans
Julie Bishop was spotted having her own ‘Trump moment’ in the UK on Tuesday when a breeze got the better of her usually well-kept golden locks.
The politician’s hairstyle accidentally did a ‘Donald’ with a rogue gust of wind unsettling the fashionable foreign minister’s look.
The Foreign Minister’s hairdo appeared disheveled as she arrived at a press conference ahead of meetings to discuss climate change.
Julie Bishop (pictured) had her very own ‘Trump moment’ as she was photographed with her hair scattered as it caught the flow of the wind
Donald Trump’s hair (pictured) has been known to catch the wind at awkward moments sending the style into disarray
Ms Bishop is at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London, where she is urging the United Kingdom to move its aid money post-Brexit to islands in the Pacific.
Australia wants Britain to spend more aid money in the Pacific as the region’s island nations battle climate change.
‘My point is that the United Kingdom, separate from the EU, will have an opportunity,’ she said on Tuesday.
‘The United Kingdom is already talking about expanding its diplomatic footprint in the Pacific.’
Ms Bishop said in a meeting with leaders from Pacific nations they raised the issue of climate change and rising oceans, and Australia had pledged to work with them.
Julie Bishop (pictured) is at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London
International Development Minister Concetta Fierravanti-Wells said on Monday that polling showed Australians were opposed to foreign aid, and more needed to be done to tell them about its benefits.
‘As far as Australia is concerned, we deliver an aid budget that is affordable and is targeted,’ Ms Bishop said.
‘And the majority of our aid is invested in the Pacific now and will continue to be so while ever I’m the foreign minister.’
When asked if Australia would lift its own aid funding, Ms Bishop said to wait until this year’s federal budget.