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President Donald Trump to visit Windsor on UK tour

Cape Town - Queen Elizabeth met U.S. President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania for tea at Windsor Castle on Friday afternoon.

In the picture Friday from the Trumps' visit for tea, the Queen stands in the Grand Corridor between the couple holding her gloves and purse, without a smile and appearing unimpressed. At exactly 12 p.m. ET, they exited their auto and began their official greeting with the queen, which means they were not late.

One of her favorite guests was probably Ronald Reagan, who shared her passion for horses and went for a ride with the queen on the magnificent grounds surrounding the castle. The Queen and the President inspected the Guard of Honour before watching the military march past. You don't see, like, anything embarrassing.

Trump told The Sun newspaper in an interview published Thursday that he is the descendant of immigrants from Germany and Scotland.

The first lady wore a pale pink two-piece ensemble with her hair pulled back for the occasion; the queen was in a blue coat.

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With tens of thousands of protesters due to greet him in the capital today, the president said he was pleased not to be spending much time in London during his three-day trip to the UK.

The Trump's warm welcome at Windsor Castle was in sharp contrast to the huge protests taking place just 20 miles away in London as 250,000 protesters took to the streets of the city.

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His previous comments about members of the royal family have not been so generous. "Well, I am not pitting one against the other", Trump said.

In a 1997 interview, just weeks after Diana's death, U.S. radio host Howard Stern asked Trump if he "could have nailed her".

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Al Jazeera's Lee described Trump's interview as "absolutely incendiary".

However, royal observers say the queen's meeting with Mr. Trump is likely to be anything but tumultuous.

"Given Trump's appalling actions and rhetoric, he doesn't even deserve to look at a statue of Churchill let alone sit in his seat".

Speaking ahead of Mr Trump's visit, Mr Khan said: "Around the world, the far-right and nationalist populists are on the rise".

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