Donald Trump set for state visit to UK in June
Trump was invited for a formal trip when he was elected in 2016 by British prime minister Theresa May but a date was not organised.
The president and his wife Melania visited the UK in July last year on an official two-day working trip, where he met Mrs May at her countryside house in Oxfordshire and Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle, outside London. He later travelled up to Scotland for a private visit to his Turnberry golf resort in Ayrshire.
However, a full state will likely see Mr Trump spend more time with the Queen in the UK capital, London. Heads of state are often treated to a carriage procession to Buckingham Palace and a banquet with the monarch. ■