This is what President Donald Trump will be doing on his State Visit

President Trump and Melania Trump during their visit to Windsor to meet the Queen in July 2018 [Photo: PA]
President Trump and Melania Trump during their visit to Windsor to meet the Queen in July 2018 [Photo: PA]

The palace have released more details about President Donald Trump and Melania Trump’s State Visit to the UK in June - and it includes a Ceremonial Welcome and a State Banquet.

The couple will arrive on Monday 3 June for a three-day visit.

As well as being hosted by the Queen, the Trumps will meet with the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall during their stay.

While details of the meeting will remain private, one subject that’s guaranteed not to be brought up is climate change, given that Prince Charles and Donald Trump have opposing views on environmental issues.

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While Charles has been fighting to raise awareness of the issue, Trump has previously called it a “hoax”

The Trumps joined the Queen for tea at Windsor Castle in July 2018, but this is their first State Visit to the UK. This is what the itinerary looks like during their stay.

Monday 3 June

The President and Mrs Trump will arrive in the UK on Monday morning and they will be officially welcomed by the Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Buckingham Palace.

The couple will receive a Ceremonial Welcome in the Buckingham Palace garden and the President, accompanied by Charles, will inspect the Guard of Honour.

The Queen will then host a private lunch at the palace, followed by the viewing of as special exhibition in the Picture Gallery, which will showcase items of historical significance to the United States from the Royal Collection.

The Prince of Wales during a visit to Kilmacurragh Botanic Gardens, on the second day of the Royal visit to Ireland.
The Prince of Wales and President Trump have opposing views on environmental issues [Photo: PA]

Afterwards, the Trumps accompanied by the Duke of York, will visit Westminster Abbey, where The President will lay a wreath at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior.

The President and Mrs Trump will then join Charles and Camilla for tea at Clarence House.

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The Queen will host a State Banquet at Buckingham Palace on Monday evening and both Her Majesty and President Trump will give speeches.

Tuesday 4 June

Mr Trump will meet with outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May on the Tuesday morning. They will co-host a business breakfast meeting, attended by The Duke of York, at St James’s Palace, with senior UK and US business leaders.

Prime Minister Theresa May making a statement outside 10 Downing Street in London.
Prime Minister Theresa May will resign on June 7, 2019 [Photo: PA]

The President and Melania will then visit No. 10 Downing Street to hold talks with the PM and to have lunch together.

On Tuesday evening, the Trumps will cost a return dinner at Winfield House, the Residence of the Ambassador of the United States of America, which Charles and Camilla will attend on the Queen’s behalf.

Wednesday 5 June

On Wednesday, the Queen, accompanied by Prince Charles, with the President and First Lady will attend the National Commemorative Event for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings at Southsea Common, Portsmouth, alongside over 300 D-Day veterans.

Her Majesty will formally bid farewell to The President and Mrs. Trump in Portsmouth.

The couple will then depart privately later in the day.

The Queen has hosted two previous State Visits from Presidents of the United States of America; President George W. Bush and Mrs Bush made a State Visit to the UK in November 2003; and President Barack Obama and Mrs Obama made a State Visit to the UK in May 2011.