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Trump Reaffirms US-UK Relationship During State Banquet at Buckingham Palace

He looked a little surprised, he replied "no".

Donald Trump's eldest daughter watched the welcome ceremony organised by the Royal Family in honour of the US President and the First Lady from one of the balconies of the iconic White Drawing Room, one of the smallest state rooms in the palace.

She continued her speech and said, "Mr President, as we look to the future, I am confident that our common values and shared interests will continue to unite us".

He gave the statue during his visit to Windsor. (Frank Augstein/AP Photo) Britain's Queen Elizabeth II greets President Donald Trump, center, and First Lady Melania Trump, left, with Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall during a ceremonial welcome in the garden of Buckingham Palace in London, on June 3, 2019.

Donald has met with Prince Charles and Camila, and of course, the Queen herself.

Donald and Melania Trump were accompanied by their children- Ivanka, Donald Trump Jr., Tiffany and Eric Ivanka and Eric were present with their partners Jared Kushner and Lara Trump, respectively. What is less identified is that this need arguably dates advantage to Trump's mother, an immigrant maid who got here to The US nearly 100 years previously and bequeathed to her fourth child the view that every one that glitters in actuality is gold.

On Monday evening, the long-reigning monarch hosted US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump for a banquet at Buckingham Palace. Melania departed Washington in a Gucci dress that featured images of London landmarks Big Ben, Tower Bridge and a red double-decker bus.

For Trump, then over again, this royal dinner used to be clearly more than the odd announce consult with, because the Sleek York Events identified on Tuesday.

"This evening, we thank God for the courageous sons of the United Kingdom and the United States who defeated the Nazis and the Nazi regime, and liberated millions from tyranny", Trump said.

In an interview with The Sun before Trump's second visit to the United Kingdom, the outlet brought up Meghan Markle's past criticism of Trump.

Trump told Morgan his "mother would have been very proud", because she was a "tremendous fan of this country".

This wouldn't be the first time the Queen appeared to have used her wardrobe to take a political stance.

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