Ahead of Donald Trump's three-day official visit to the UK, the Queen and the Royals are gearing up for the State Banquet on June 3.
The US President will be visiting London with the first lady, Melania Trump and will be welcomed at the Buckingham Palace on the first day of the visit. The Queen will host a state lunch and invite the guests for a specially curated exhibition at the Picture Gallery, reports CNN.
Trump together with Prince Andrew York, Duke of York will head to Westminster Abbey to lay a wreath at the grave of a warrior followed by a tour of the World Heritage site.
Later in the evening, Prince Charles and wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall will accompany the guests for a tea at Clarence House.
Day two of their visit will be more of a political affair as they will meet UK PM Theresa May. The Trumps will host dinner later in the night at Winfield House, US Ambassador's residence.
On their third day, the Trumps and the Royals will be visiting commemorations on the 75th anniversary of D-Day landings at Southsea Common in Portsmouth.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex is expected to join for the lunch without wife Meghan Markle, who is on maternity leave after giving birth to their son Archie, on May 6.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge will grace her look with a Tiara. She was seen wearing a Tiara for the Queen's State Banquet in October when they welcomed King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands.
Prince William and Kate Middleton joined the first state banquet in 2015 on the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping. However, the two have now become regular attendees.
The Royals will also be a part of the annual festivities held in the honour of Queen Elizabeth's birthday on June 8.
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