The US president had already met the British sovereign during a visit to the United Kingdom in July 2018.
Donald Trump is scheduled to meet with Queen Elizabeth II for the second time during her state visit to the United Kingdom, Monday 3 until Wednesday 5 June.
The US president was noted for his few protocol errors during his first visit in July 2018. He will this time to behave irreproachably in front of the British sovereign by following certain rules, as shown in the video at the head of the article.
Especially since Donald Trump was invited jointly by the Buckingham Palace and the British Prime Minister, Theresa May. The latter announced on May 24 that she would resign from office on June 7, shortly after the US leader’s visit.
Theresa May plans to “discuss links to build in the coming years” with her American ally, while the UK is expected to leave the European Union by 31 October 2019, following the new report that has been granted.
For its part, the White House said the state visit “will reaffirm the long-term and privileged relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom”.
Donald Trump also planned to attend a ceremony in Portsmouth for the 75th anniversary of the Allied Landings on June 6, 1944. He will then travel to Normandy for another D-Day commemorative ceremony.