President Trump of the United States, who is in the United Kingdom for the NATO summit, is set to pay a visit to Queen Elizabeth at the Buckingham Palace on Tuesday. His visit to the United Kingdom has also sparked some protest in London, as protesters are marching through streets to protest his coming.
According to the report by the London Evening Standard, the Queen is also preparing to welcome the U.S President at the Buckingham Palace along with other NATO leaders.
The report also said that Donald Trump will be joined by his wife, Melania, as the Queen prepares to gather with Western politicians and their partners in the royal residence’s grand State Rooms.
Mr and Mrs Trump touched down at Stansted Airport in Air Force One on Monday night. It is Mr Trump’s third UK visit as President.
Protesters are planning to march from London’s Trafalgar Square down The Mall to the palace to demonstrate as the event takes place on Tuesday.
The Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will formally greet the Nato leaders at the reception, which marks 70 years of the alliance.
Charles and the monarch will then join the politicians for a group photograph.
The royals will be out in force for the event, including the Duchess of Cambridge, the Earl of Wessex, Princess Royal, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Princess Alexandra.
The Duke of Cambridge is away in the Middle East and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on a six-week break from royal engagements.
The Duke of York, who stepped down from public duties after his disastrous Newsnight interview about his association with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, is not attending.
With all the Queen’s other children at the prestigious palace event, Andrew would likely have attended if circumstances had been different.
Mr Trump received a ceremonial welcome and a banquet at Buckingham Palace during his state visit to the UK in June.
The American leader was met by tens of thousands of protesters in London before he attended a D-Day commemoration service in Portsmouth.
He later boasted about having “automatic chemistry” with the Queen, and praised her as a “spectacular woman”.