Donald Trump is ready to satisfy the Queen at Windsor Citadel when he visits the UK on his first official go to as US president this week.
His tight schedule has been filled with navy pageantry to spotlight the defence alliance between the 2 nations.
However Mr Trump is ready to keep away from central London as 1000’s of protesters put together to take to the streets in an enormous demonstration in opposition to him.
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What’s the president’s schedule?
The US president will fly into London following a Nato summit in Brussels on Thursday afternoon. He’ll journey straight to Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, the place Theresa Might will host Mr Trump and his spouse Melania for a black-tie dinner with 100 friends and ministers.
The night will begin with a navy ceremony within the palace’s Nice Courtroom carried out by the bands of the Scots, Irish and Welsh guards.
Visitors on the dinner will embody representatives from the UK’s monetary companies, the journey business, inventive business, food and drinks sector, engineering, expertise, pharmacy and defence sectors.
The president and first girl will then journey to Winfield Home, the American ambassador’s residence in Regent’s Park, the place he is ready to land by helicopter.
On Friday, Mr Trump and Mrs Might will go to a defence website to look at an illustration of the UK’s navy capabilities and “built-in US navy coaching”.
They may then journey to the Prime Minister’s nation house Chequers for bilateral talks on a spread of overseas coverage points together with commerce.
After a working lunch and press convention, the president and first girl will then journey to Windsor Citadel to satisfy the Queen.
From Friday night the president and first girl will journey to Scotland the place they are going to spend the remainder of their journey earlier than Mr Trump departs on Sunday night.
How does it differ to earlier presidential visits?
Mr Trump’s journey to the UK would be the 12th by a US president, however his is a working – not a state- go to.
Jimmy Carter was cheered by crowds when he got here in 1977, whereas JFK was met by half 1,000,000 individuals in 1961.
George Bush spent the evening at Buckingham Palace in 2003, turning into the primary president to take action since Woodrow Wilson in 1918.
Mr Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, was afforded a state go to to the UK in 2011 and likewise got here on an extra three events.
Presidents Nixon, George H Bush and George W Bush have all visited the Chequers property on their visits to the UK, as the present president will do on Friday.
The place are protests deliberate?
Round 50,000 persons are anticipated to descend on central London to protest in opposition to Donald Trump when he arrives within the UK for an official go to.
Demonstrators will make their method by the town on the “Cease Trump” march earlier than a big rally takes place in Trafalgar Sq..
The organisers have described the protest as a part of a “carnival of resistance” happening throughout the UK in response to the US president’s go to.
After assembling in Portland Place at 2pm, protesters will march by Oxford Circus and down Regent Road earlier than ending in Trafalgar Sq..
A rally is ready to happen within the sq. from 5pm to 7pm.
Activists have crowdfunded sufficient cash to pay for a large inflatable of Mr Trump as a child, which they intend to fly above the town throughout his go to.