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President Trump walked with the queen when they inspected the guard of honor at Windsor Castle, where the American anthem was played in his honor

Queen Elizabeth has entertained and photographed a total of twelve US presidents since she ascended the throne 68 years ago.

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During that time, the queen – who is the tallest reigning monarch at the age of 93 – traveled to the US and welcomed a number of presidents to her home in Buckingham Palace.

She has danced with Gerald Ford at the White House, ridden horses with Ronald Reagan at Windsor Castle and witnessed her first Major League Baseball game with George H.W. Bush.

During her reign, the queen met all but one American leader. She never crossed the road with Lyndon B Johnson, who took over in 1963 after the murder of John F. Kennedy.

While Queen Elizabeth is preparing to host President Donald Trump for the second time during his presidency on Monday, here's a look at her meetings with his predecessors.

President Trump walked with the queen when they inspected the guard of honor at Windsor Castle, where the American anthem was played in his honor

While Queen Elizabeth is preparing to host President Donald Trump for the second time during his presidency on Monday, here's a look at her meetings with his predecessors

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Harry S. Truman

In 1951, a 25-year-old Princess Elizabeth – unknowingly three months away from Queen – traveled to Washington to meet President Harry S. Truman.

He was still in the Oval Office when she joined the throne.

It was her first visit to America and she interrupted a tour of Canada to visit.

Harry S. Truman: In 1951, a 25-year-old Princess Elizabeth - unknowingly three months away from Queen - traveled to Washington to meet President Harry S. Truman.

Harry S. Truman: In 1951, a 25-year-old Princess Elizabeth - unknowingly three months away from Queen - traveled to Washington to meet President Harry S. Truman.

Harry S. Truman: In 1951, a 25-year-old Princess Elizabeth – unknowingly three months away from Queen – traveled to Washington to meet President Harry S. Truman.

Dwight D. Eisenhower

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During her first state visit to America in 1957, now a queen, she met Dwight D. Eisenhower. During that visit, Queen Elizabeth made her first visit to a grocery store in Virginia and watched her first American football game.

The Queen is said to have had a loving relationship with Eisenhower, who, even two years after they first met, was invited to stay at Balmoral Castle of the Queen's Scottish.

They met again in Canada in 1959 and traveled together on the Royal Yacht Britannia.

Dwight D. Eisenhower: during her first state visit to America in 1957, now a queen, she met Dwight D. Eisenhower in Washington D.C.

Dwight D. Eisenhower: during her first state visit to America in 1957, now a queen, she met Dwight D. Eisenhower in Washington D.C.

Dwight D. Eisenhower: during her first state visit to America in 1957, now a queen, she met Dwight D. Eisenhower in Washington D.C.

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John F. Kennedy

Glamorous John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie dined just after his inauguration with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace in June 1961.

The Kennedy & # 39; s attended an extensive state dinner at the palace.

After his murder, the queen created a stock market fund in his honor and also created a physical memorial.

John F. Kennedy: The glamorous John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie ate together with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace in 1961 shortly after his inauguration

John F. Kennedy: The glamorous John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie ate together with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace in 1961 shortly after his inauguration

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John F. Kennedy: The glamorous John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie ate together with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace in 1961 shortly after his inauguration

Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon visited Queen Elizabeth on Buckingham Balance in February 1969 during an informal visit.

Queen Elizabeth first met him in Washington when he was vice president of Eisenhower.

The Queen met Nixon at Checkers – the British Prime Minister's official country retreat – in October 1970. She was photographed with him outside the residence.

Richard Nixon: British Prime Minister Edward Heath, Queen Elizabeth, US President Richard Nixon and first lady Pat Nixon meet in 1970
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Richard Nixon: British Prime Minister Edward Heath, Queen Elizabeth, US President Richard Nixon and first lady Pat Nixon meet in 1970

Richard Nixon: British Prime Minister Edward Heath, Queen Elizabeth, US President Richard Nixon and first lady Pat Nixon meet in 1970

Gerald Ford

In 1976 the queen met during the bicentenary of the US. Gerald Ford in Washington D.C.

During a state dinner at the White House, the Queen and Ford were portrayed dancing together.

Gerald Ford: In 1976, during the two-hundred-year presidency in the United States, the queen met Gerald Ford in Washington D.C and the couple was pictured together during a ball

Gerald Ford: In 1976, during the two-hundred-year presidency in the United States, the queen met Gerald Ford in Washington D.C and the couple was pictured together during a ball

Gerald Ford: In 1976, during the two-hundred-year presidency in the United States, the queen met Gerald Ford in Washington D.C and the couple was pictured together during a ball

Jimmy Carter

A year later, Queen Elizabeth was depicted in a wavy yellow dress with long sleeves next to Jimmy Carter, in a black tie and tuxedo, when he came to London.

She organized it at Buckingham Palace for a dinner with other heads of state who attended a NATO summit.

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He broke the protocol during the 1977 visit by giving her a kiss.

Jimmy Carter: Queen Elizabeth was depicted in a wavy, yellow long-sleeved mantar in 1997 alongside Jimmy Carter (third from the left), in a black tie and tuxedo when he came to London

Jimmy Carter: Queen Elizabeth was depicted in a wavy, yellow long-sleeved mantar in 1997 alongside Jimmy Carter (third from the left), in a black tie and tuxedo when he came to London

Jimmy Carter: Queen Elizabeth was depicted in a wavy, yellow long-sleeved mantar in 1997 alongside Jimmy Carter (third from the left), in a black tie and tuxedo when he came to London

Ronald Reagan

Ronald and Nancy Reagan stayed in Windsor & # 39; s favorite house, Windsor Castle in 1982.

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The monarch and the former movie star shared a bond because of their love for horses and rode side by side in Windsor Great Park. The couple looked relaxed and informal in breeches and riding boots. The queen also dressed in her headscarf.

The Queen also met Reagan during an official visit to San Francisco in 1983.

Ronald Reagan: Ronald and Nancy Reagan stayed in Windsor & Windsor's favorite house in 1982. The monarch and the former movie star shared a bond because of their love for horses and rode side by side in Windsor Great Park

Ronald Reagan: Ronald and Nancy Reagan stayed in Windsor & Windsor's favorite house in 1982. The monarch and the former movie star shared a bond because of their love for horses and rode side by side in Windsor Great Park

Ronald Reagan: Ronald and Nancy Reagan stayed in Windsor & Windsor's favorite house in 1982. The monarch and the former movie star shared a bond because of their love for horses and rode side by side in Windsor Great Park

American President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan greet the British Queen Elizabeth on arrival for lunch at Rancho Del Cielo, Reagans' vacation home in Santa Barbara, California, in 1983

American President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan greet the British Queen Elizabeth on arrival for lunch at Rancho Del Cielo, Reagans' vacation home in Santa Barbara, California, in 1983

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American President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan greet the British Queen Elizabeth on arrival for lunch at Rancho Del Cielo, Reagans' vacation home in Santa Barbara, California, in 1983

George H.W. Bush

George H.W. Bush had lunch with the queen in Buckingham Palace in 1989 and visited him in the United States in 1991, where he took her to her first Major League Baseball game.

That trip to Washington led to & # 39; Podiumgate & # 39 ;. It happened when she delivered an address on the lawn of the White House, but her above the lectern was only her hat.

George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara had lunch with the queen at Buckingham Palace in 1989 and visited him in the United States in 1991, where he took her to her first Major League Baseball game

George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara had lunch with the queen at Buckingham Palace in 1989 and visited him in the United States in 1991, where he took her to her first Major League Baseball game

George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara had lunch with the queen at Buckingham Palace in 1989 and visited him in the United States in 1991, where he took her to her first Major League Baseball game

Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary met the queen several times during his presidency.

He first met Queen Elizabeth in 1994 in Portsmouth, England.

Six years later, Clinton returned to the UK with his wife and their daughter Chelsea to visit Buckingham Palace.

Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary took their daughter Chelsea to the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 2000

Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary took their daughter Chelsea to the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 2000

Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary took their daughter Chelsea to the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 2000

George W. Bush

George W. Bush visited Buckingham Palace in July 2001.

Two years later, in November 2003, Bush made an official state visit and the queen gave him a big smile as they shook her stay in London.

When Queen Bush met D.C. in Washington in 2007, the president winked at her after making a blunder.

During a welcome ceremony on the southern lawn of the White House, he mixed his dates in a speech – the Queen aging nearly 200 years.

He turned to the queen and winked and joked at his audience: "She looked at me, only a mother could give a child."

Bush and Reagan were both received by the queen at Windsor Castle in 2008.

George W. Bush: Bush made an official state visit in November 2003 and the Queen gave him a big smile as they shook her stay in London

George W. Bush: Bush made an official state visit in November 2003 and the Queen gave him a big smile as they shook her stay in London

George W. Bush: Bush made an official state visit in November 2003 and the Queen gave him a big smile as they shook her stay in London

Barack Obama

The Queen's relationship with the Barack Obama was a warm and friendly relationship during his presidency.

They came on top after a reception for the G20 summit in 2009. The Queen and First Lady Michelle Obama acted like old friends when they put their arms around each other at the end of the event.

A successful state visit to the United Kingdom followed in 2011 and the Obamas forged a strong bond with Queen and her wider family – particularly Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

The Queen's relationship with the Barack Obama was a warm and friendly relationship during his presidency. They were depicted in 2011 after a successful state visit to the UK.

The Queen's relationship with the Barack Obama was a warm and friendly relationship during his presidency. They were depicted in 2011 after a successful state visit to the UK.

The Queen's relationship with the Barack Obama was a warm and friendly relationship during his presidency. They were depicted in 2011 after a successful state visit to the UK.

A successful state visit to the UK followed in 2011 and the Obamas forged a strong bond with Queen and her wider family - in particular Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

A successful state visit to the UK followed in 2011 and the Obamas forged a strong bond with Queen and her wider family - in particular Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

A successful state visit to the UK followed in 2011 and the Obamas forged a strong bond with Queen and her wider family – in particular Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Donald Trump

The Queen welcomed Donald Trump and his wife Melania in Windsor Castle last July.

The couple inspected a guard of honor together before looking at a military march past. They then had a private tea with the queen in the castle.

Trump is scheduled to meet the Queen again on Monday during a three-day visit.

Queen Elizabeth II stands with US President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, in the Grand Corridor during their visit to Windsor Castle

Queen Elizabeth II stands with US President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, in the Grand Corridor during their visit to Windsor Castle

The Queen welcomed Donald Trump and his wife Melania in Windsor Castle last July

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