Mr Trump and the First Lady were greeted by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall as they stepped from the Marine One helicopter in the grounds of Buckingham palace shortly after midday on June 3.
On the first day of Trump's visit, the controversial billionaire-turned-politician was feted with a ceremonial welcome and a grand state banquet at Buckingham Palace during his stay in London, where the leader of the United States and Queen Elizabeth shared many happy-looking conversations.
Donald Trump also sat next to Queen Elizabeth II at the D-Day commemorations at Southsea Common in Portsmouth on Wednesday.
The American leader, speaking in France on the 75th anniversary of D-Day, praised the royal family and Her Majesty for being an “incredible lady”.
“I feel I know her so well and she certainly knows me very well right now, but we have a very good relationship also with the United Kingdom”.
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