Theresa May the Vogue star

Ruben Ruiz
March 20, 2017

Mrs May also revealed Philip had surprised her by making "a very good mushroom risotto" since her busy schedule as PM left her less time for the kitchen.

British Prime Minister Theresa May believes Donald Trump "was actually being a gentleman" when he held her hand after a press conference at the White House.

Asked by Vogue what she thought of the USA president, May said: "I like to think we got on".

In the wide-ranging interview, the Prime Minister appeared in a series of photographs by Annie Leibovitz and answered questions on issues including the constant comparison between her Margaret Thatcher.

Theresa May pictured in a £450 Egg coat, a £470 Sine for Egg sweater and black boots walking in the countryside with her husband, Philip.

Ms Wood asked her if being always compared to Mrs Thatcher frustrated her, to which she replied: "There can only ever be one Margaret Thatcher". We don't comment on private conversations that take place.

Despite the recent furore over the Prime Minister's expensive leather pants, Vogue described her style as "decidedly no-drama" and says that she operates under "a carefully preserved carapace of conformity".

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And during her tenure as Home Secretary, Debenhams said "the Theresa May effect" was driving customers to seek out increasingly bold shoe designs. "You just get on with life".

It is a magazine which is close to the Prime Minister's heart, and she chose a lifetime subscription as her luxury item when she appeared on Radio 4's Desert Island Discs in 2014.

She also said that she doesn't have a need to be liked, insisting that "it's not a popularity stakes, being Prime Minister. I'm Theresa May. I do things my way". "I think it's very important that people feel that politicians are holding faith with them".

Asked what the couple argue about, she remarks: "Do you know, I think we argue about the same things that most people argue about - like, who has the remote?"

She admits she did vote to remain in the European Union referendum, but insists "what's important is that the country feels, I think, that it wants to come together".

Asked about the £1,000 Amanda Wakeley pants - worn by Mrs May for an interview with The Sunday Times - the Prime Minister retorted: "Look, throughout my political career, people have commented on what I wear. But also what's important is that the country feels, I think, that it wants to come together".

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