Donald Trump is set to visit the United Kingdom for a state visit next week. The US president will reportedly meet UK Prime Minister Theresa May to discuss her handling of Brexit, but he won’t be meeting the Duchess of Sussex – which is perhaps for the best.
Donald Trump will meet with Theresa May
Before marrying into the royal family, the former Suits actress was quite vocal about her views on Trump, publicly criticising him for his "misogynistic" and "divisive" policies in 2016.
During an interview with The Sun, Trump revealed that he wasn't aware of the controversy. "I didn’t know that," he told the tabloid. "What can I say? I didn’t know that she was nasty."
The US President and his family will be welcomed by the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall in the Buckingham Palace garden.
In 2018, the President joined the Queen for tea at Windsor Castle
Following the ceremony, the Duke of Sussex will join them for a private lunch while the Duchess of Sussex is opting to stay out of the spotlight.
Trump will touch down in London on Monday 3 June alongside First Lady Melania Trump for a three-day visit.