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No matter the menu, guest list, or dress code, their parties looked legendary.

No matter the menu, guest list, or dress code, their parties looked legendary.

Nancy Reagan Ronald ReaganFirst lady Nancy Reagan and former President Ronald Reagan hosted epic parties at the White House in the 1980s. Getty

For over two centuries, presidents and first ladies have welcomed guests to the White House for lavish parties. Some first families have been known for hosting awe-inspiring gatherings, while others were not expert entertainers.

But the presidential couple that stood out from the rest was former President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan. The 40th President of the United States and his wife were known for throwing elegant, star-studded soirées.

Given his Hollywood connections, Reagan's parties were filled with some of the biggest Hollywood celebrities, in an era when fabulous people reigned supreme.

Step inside the Reagan White House parties:

As the nation saw an increase in millionaires and billionaires, the Reagans hosted parties in gilded surroundings with superstar guests, such as Frank Sinatra.

Nancy dances with Frank Sinatra at her husband's 70th birthday party, which about 100 friends of the president attended at the White House on February 7, 1981.

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In this famous photo of Sinatra, Reagan cut in to dance with his wife.

Nancy and Frank dance at the president's birthday party in the East Room on February 6, 1981.

Keeping with tradition, the Reagans hosted foreign heads of state and dignitaries for special dinners at the White House. But some did criticize the Reagans fancy parties for being elitist.

Prince Rainier of Monaco and Crown Prince Akihito of Japan were two notable head-of-state guests. Courtesy Reagan Presidential Library

The events were largely inspired by the events put together by their predecessors John and Jackie Kennedy, who were also known for having famous guests over.

First lady Jacqueline Kennedy and President John F. Kennedy host a dinner in honor of the Shah and Empress of Iran at the White House on April 11, 1962. Darren McCollester/Getty Images

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When the Reagans arrived at the White House, they hired the Kennedys' social secretary as a consultant.

President Reagan and Nancy Reagan pose in the Red Room of the White House before attending the Inaugural Balls in Washington, DC on January 20, 1981.

The guest list at the Reagan parties, which was usually under 100 people, included Gloria Vanderbilt, Brooke Astor, Clint Eastwood, Neil Diamond, Tom Selleck, John Travolta, Cary Grant, and Audrey Hepburn — to name a few.

Hepburn and her date, actor Robert Wolders, catch up with Reagan at Prince Charles' dinner in May 1981.

A young Meryl Streep also stopped by ...

Nancy Reagan shakes hands with Meryl Streep at a Kennedy Center Honors Reception in the blue room. Courtesy Reagan Presidential Library

... as did comedian Joan Rivers ...

President Reagan greets Joan Rivers at the State Visit of King Birendra Bir Kikram Shah Dev of Nepal in the east room. Courtesy Reagan Presidential Library

... and actor Sylvester Stallone.

Reagan dines with Stallone, his wife Sasha Czack, and Joan Clark during a White House party and showing of the film "Victory" in the red room. Courtesy Reagan Presidential Library





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