President Trump brought his adult children with him to the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace hosted by Queen Elizabeth. The amazing event featured some very beautiful dresses.
Among the best dressed was Ivanka Trump, who wore a stunning blue dress. She shared a series of photos from the day.
She wrote on a photo of her and her husband, Jared Kushner, "Magical night at Buckingham Palace with my best friend!"
Later in the evening, Ivanka Trump posted a photo of her and her siblings at the banquet. She wrote, "Beyond wonderful to share this unforgettable evening with this crew..."
The menu for the banquet includes steamed fillet of halibut with watercress mousse, asparagus spears and chervil sauce, as well as new season Windsor lamb with herb stuffing, spring vegetables, and port sauce. For dessert, they’ll be served strawberry sable with lemon verbena cream, fresh fruits, petit fours, and coffee.
According to PEOPLE, "Trump was seated between Queen Elizabeth and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at the head of the table, with Prince Charles on his mother’s left. Next to Charles was Mrs. Trump. Taking their seats on opposite sides at the corners of the table were Prince William, seated between Prime Minister Theresa May and the U.S. ambassador’s wife Suzanne Johnson, and Kate, who was between the Lord Mayor of London, Peter Estlin, and Steven T. Mnuchin."
Both President Trump and Queen Elizabeth made speeches. In their speeches, they spoke about America and Great Britain's shared history, mores, and values.
“As we face the new challenges of the 21st century, the anniversary of D-Day reminds us of all that our countries have achieved together,” the Queen said.
She continued: “After the shared sacrifices of the Second World War, Britain and the United States worked with other allies to build an assembly of international institutions, to ensure that the horrors of conflict would never be repeated. While the world has changed, we are forever mindful of the original purpose of these structures: nations working together to safeguard a hard won peace.”
Speaking after her toast, the president echoed that sentiment. He remembered their shared battles.
“This evening, we thank God for the brave sons of the United Kingdom and the United States who defeated the Nazis and the Nazi regime and liberated millions from tyranny. The bond between our nations was forever sealed in that great crusade.”
This was part of the first day of the American three-day state visit.