President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have arrived at Windsor Castle for a social visit with Queen Elizabeth II.
The monarch welcomed the American president in the courtyard of the royal castle.
A military band honored Trump with a Royal Salute before playing the U.S. National Anthem.
Trump and the queen are set to inspect the assembled honor guard before viewing a military “march past.” The Trumps and the queen are scheduled to spend about 30 minutes getting acquainted over tea inside the castle.
- In TV interview, Trump says queen called Brexit 'complex'
- EU, US relations sinking further after divisive Trump tour
- Historians say Trump upends norms of presidential behavior
- First lady going on road for 'Be Best' children's campaign
- Melania Trump forges ahead as first lady with Africa trip
- After NATO chaos, Trump met by protest, pomp in Britain
- Trump's claim that NATO will boost defense spending disputed
- President Trump claims Germany 'controlled' by Russia, Chancellor Merkel differs
- Trump claims Germany 'totally controlled' by Russia at NATO visit
- Friend or foe at NATO? Who knows when Trump comes to dinner