Donald Trump UK visit

President Donald Trump to visit Windsor on UK tour

President Donald Trump to visit Windsor on UK tour

Mr Trump also displayed hand movements of "suppressed dominance" as he tried to steer the Queen.

Trump's schedule didn't take him near the planned protests, but he is believed to be familiar with the "Trump Baby".

Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump met Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle Friday evening, a regal conclusion to the official portion of the US President's visit to the United Kingdom.

Royal reporter Patricia Treble pointed out on Twitter and so did many others.

"I used to love London as a city", said Trump. "The Queen does NOT like tardiness".

The President and first lady stood with their hands on the hearts as the band of the Coldstream Guards played the US National Anthem, the Queen solemnly standing with her hands clasped and head bowed.

So why was the queen standing out there by herself beforehand?

As Elizabeth waited for Trump's arrival, she glanced at her watch.

Did Donald Trump just WALK IN FRONT OF THE QUEEN?!?!?! The trio watched as the Coldstream Guards marched past the dais in ideal formation and the military band played before they entered the Sovereign's Entrance of Windsor Castle for tea precisely 10 minutes after their arrival. "Mary Jo Jacobi, a former aide to President Ronald Reagan, told CNBC's "Squawk Box Europe", that "[Trump] has already won, he is meeting with the queen and his lifelong wish has been meeting with the Her Majesty so from his personal perspective it is a win already". Trump's improper etiquettes have raised many eyebrows.

Ricky Gervais also posted, in reference to the protests happening on Friday during the American president's visit.

According to CBS, it was the largest weekday protest the city has seen in 15 years.

Trump was treated with a guard of honour when he arrived at Windsor Castle, west of London.

A crowd of about 2,000 onlookers, including locals, tourists, activists and children, cheered as the balloon rose over Parliament Square, hovering at about 30 meters (98 feet) against a cloudless blue sky.

While inspecting the guard at Windsor, the Queen appeared to give direction to Mr Trump but then the president abruptly halted and she was forced to walk around him.

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