Donald Trump's Children to Reportedly Join Him and Melania in a Three-Day State Visit to the Queen

President Donald Trump will be accompanied by his children during his state visit to the United Kingdom in June where the royal family will greet them. 

According to ABC News, the Trumps including Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, Tiffany Trump, and Eric Trump and his wife Lara will be joining the President for the visit although the official schedule has not been released. 

The event will revolve around commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day. 

If the Trumps attend the event, they could meet Prince William and Kate Middleton since they are also expected to to be present. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will not attend the official state banquet. 

A statement issued by the White House read: “President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump accepted the invitation from Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to visit the United Kingdom from June 3 to 5, 2019. This state visit will reaffirm the steadfast and special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom."


According to CNN, Prince Charles is also expected to meet the President during his trip. The Queen’s heir will host Trump and his wife Melania for afternoon tea at Clarence House. 

Although an agenda for the meeting has not been set, a potential topic for the men could be the environment. While the President has always been open about his skepticism when it comes to climate change, Prince Charles is an environmentalist who firmly believes that climate change is real. 

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Over the past two days, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall have been carrying out engagements across Northern Ireland. Their Royal Highnesses began their visit yesterday at Castle Coole, County Fermanagh, where they attended the Secretary of State’s Annual Garden Party. In Lisnaskea, The Prince and The Duchess joined a community celebration event including a Big Lunch and The Prince met farmers from County Fermanagh who have taken part in The Prince’s Countryside Fund Farm Resilience Programme, which provides free advice and business skills training. Today, The Prince of Wales visited Belfast Synagogue and The Duchess of Cornwall visited the Welcome Organisation in Belfast, a charity that provides services and support to vulnerable women. In Armagh, The Prince toured St Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral where he learnt about the important cross-community work in the city, and met students at St Patrick’s Grammar School who are taking part in Prince’s Trust programmes. HRH also met young people taking part in a Game of Two Halves – a game which features one half of rugby and the other of Gaelic football. Ending the visit to Northern Ireland in Lurgan, The Prince of Wales met members of the local community including schoolchildren, the Loyal Orders, and culture and heritage groups. Discover more photographs of TRH’s visit on @clarencehouse.

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Given their opposing views, it is bound to be an interesting discussion should they talk about environmental issues. 

The President has also scheduled a stop in Ireland at Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg Ireland in addition to his UK visit. 

Previously, the Queen hosted president George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush in November 2003 and President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama in May 2011. 

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