Last month, it was confirmed that President Donald Trump and his wife, First Lady Melania, would travel to England together to be hosted by Queen Elizabeth II. This monumental trip marks the first time Trump and the Queen will meet in person.
Ahead of their visit, which will take place on Friday, July 13th at Windsor Castle in London, the Queen released her agenda for the U.S. president.
According to CBS News, their day will begin with watching a military parade. President Trump will reportedly be greeted by an honor guard — receiving a royal salute.
Before the military march, the U.S. national anthem will be played for the crowd. After the military event, our President and First Lady will sit down with the Queen for a traditional tea inside of Windsor Castle.
This will be the 12th U.S. president that Queen Elizabeth II has met during her 66-year reign. Previously, she has met Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Ronald Reagan among others.
Stay tuned for additional updates regarding this story. Check our website on Friday, July 13th for photos of President Trump and First Lady Melania with the Queen!
The visit with the Queen of England is only one important piece of Trump’s week-long Europe trip alongside the First Lady. In addition, Trump’s travel plans include a visit with Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May, a quick stop to Scotland where one of Trump’s golf properties is located, and a meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin.
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