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French President Emmanuel Macron Has the Hottest Security in Global Politics

The first couple of France is protected by a truly chic security force.
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When French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte touched down in Washington, D.C. on Monday for a visit that included the Trumps' first state dinner at the White House, they were accompanied by a crew of security personnel that (no offense to the men and women guarding our president) looked infinitely more chic than the Secret Service.

Take, for example, this shot of the first couple of France touring the Lincoln Memorial.


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On the far left and right you have what appear to be U.S. Secret Service agents (the agency protects visiting heads of state and their spouses), but the man behind Brigitte Macron looks, well ... different. With his skinny tie and lapels, pointy-toe shoes, and seriously shellacked hair, he could almost be mistaken for a French Ricky Martin.

Or this photo.


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The man in sunglasses looks like a real-life version of Tommy Lee Jones's character in Men in Black.

And it's not just the male security guards. The woman at right in the below picture is giving off effortlessly chic Parisian vibes.


The fit and light blue shade of the suit worn by the guard leading the pack here is on point, too.

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Here's your chance to up your fashion game, Secret Service agents.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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