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Children of President Donald Trump - Don Jr., Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany (to be seen with Melania Trump) are given two occasions to meet members of the royal family during next week's state visit
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The adult children of President Donald Trump will have two dinners with the British royal family next week when they join the president and first lady Melania Trump on their five-day trip to Britain, France and Ireland.

Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Don Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Tiffany Trump will all participate in what is a source close to the administration's & # 39; family events & # 39; during the trip.

That includes a lavish state banquet at Buckingham Palace organized by Queen Elizabeth II and a dinner at the US ambassador's house organized by the president and the first lady where Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will represent the queen.

Children of President Donald Trump - Don Jr., Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany (to be seen with Melania Trump) are given two occasions to meet members of the royal family during next week's state visit

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Children of President Donald Trump – Don Jr., Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany (to be seen with Melania Trump) are given two occasions to meet members of the royal family during next week's state visit

Full details of Trump's state visit to Britain

Full details of Trump's state visit to Britain

Full details of Trump's state visit to Britain

Flags and flowers were installed along the Mall and outside of Buckingham Palace prior to the visit

Flags and flowers were installed along the Mall and outside of Buckingham Palace prior to the visit

Flags and flowers were installed along the Mall and outside of Buckingham Palace prior to the visit

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The source described much of the trip as a & # 39; family affair & # 39; and said & # 39; the entire (Trump) family is ringing. & # 39;

The journey will offer the younger Trumps the opportunity to meet some of the younger members of the British royal family.

William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are expected to attend the glamorous evening dinner at Buckingham Palace.

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, will miss the visit if she is on maternity leave after giving birth to baby Archie about three weeks ago.

Harry, the Duke of Sussex, is expected to attend lunch with the first couple and the queen on Monday.

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The young Trumps will be part of the most elegant events of the visit – especially the state dinner, with men in white ties, women in ball gowns, the queen and other royals decked out in tiara's and state jewels.

Buckingham Palace staff will spend three days laying the table for the Monday banquet – since napkins are folded like Dutch hats, six glasses are displayed per guest and a special cushion is placed on the Prince of Wales chair.

Their plates are placed exactly 18 centimeters apart – precisely measured by staff – and glasses and chairs will all be at the same distance from the table edge.

Each guest has six glasses – for water, a champagne toast, red and white wine, dessert wine and port.

Employees aim a fence at a Winfield House in Regent & # 39; s Park, London, while the UK prepares to welcome President Trump

Employees aim a fence at a Winfield House in Regent & # 39; s Park, London, while the UK prepares to welcome President Trump

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Employees aim a fence at a Winfield House in Regent & # 39; s Park, London, while the UK prepares to welcome President Trump

Road blocks are gathered around Winfield House in Regent & # 39; s Park, London, where security measures are enforced prior to the arrival of Donald Trump

Road blocks are gathered around Winfield House in Regent & # 39; s Park, London, where security measures are enforced prior to the arrival of Donald Trump

Road blocks are gathered around Winfield House in Regent & # 39; s Park, London, where security measures are enforced prior to the arrival of Donald Trump

Shadowing the glamor will be the thousands of demonstrators expected to appear in London, including the president's baby blimp figure who was present during his working visit to the UK in July last year.

The owners of the blimp received permission from the Greater London Authority, led by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, to fly the balloon over London during the state visit.

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The organizers are planning on Tuesday, the second day of the state visit, to fly the blimp – showing Trump a diaper and holding a cell phone – in Parliament Square.

British officials are now happy that the Trump children are joining the president.

& # 39; It is quite a nice thing that he comes with his whole family and it is rather flattering that they all want to come & # 39 ;, said a British official.

All of the president's children, except 13-year-old Barron Trump, will be present.

The children of the president will not participate in any of the government-related events on his route, which will occupy most of the day's hours, with the exception of Ivanka, who works as an advisor to the president in the West Wing.

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The first daughter & # 39; will participate in official and ceremonial events in London & # 39 ;, a White House official told DailyMail.com.

A British official said that Ivanka Trump could attend a breakfast with the president on Tuesday morning; Premier Theresa May; Andrew, the Duke of York; and British business leaders.

Ivanka Trump can also meet a number of British government officials working on women's affairs – part of her White House portfolio.

But both British and American sources emphasize that the details for the visit are still being finalized and that nothing has been officially announced.

The source close to the administration said the Trump children will also join the President and first lady Melania in France on the D-Day anniversary on June 6.

Donald Trump's 6m long baby blimp was flown as a protest against his visit last year
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Donald Trump's 6m long baby blimp was flown as a protest against his visit last year

Donald Trump's 6m long baby blimp was flown as a protest against his visit last year

The President and First Lady will organize a dinner on Tuesday evening at Winfield House (photo), the official residence of the American ambassador

The President and First Lady will organize a dinner on Tuesday evening at Winfield House (photo), the official residence of the American ambassador

The President and First Lady will organize a dinner on Tuesday evening at Winfield House (photo), the official residence of the American ambassador

Some – but not all – members of the Trump gaggle are expected to spend time at Trump Doonbeg, the president's golf course in Ireland that Eric Trump oversees.

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And Ivanka Trump will say goodbye on Wednesday to the closing session of the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in The Hague, the previously announced State Department.

Senior officials on the board refused to comment on the Trump family's timetable when speaking with reporters on Thursday prior to the visit.

President Trump and Melania Trump arrive in London on Monday, where they will stay in Britain for three days before leaving for Ireland.

They will also travel to France on Thursday to celebrate the 75th anniversary of D-Day – the day during World War II when Allied forces invaded northern France via beach landings in Normandy.

& # 39; The data for D-day has been resolved considerably. This is the 75th anniversary, and we felt – all of it – that is extremely important. The president has said time and time again about the unwavering bond between the two countries, & # 39; a senior government official said Thursday of the trip.

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If the visit is kicked off on Monday, the ceremonial welcome is organized in the garden of Buckingham Palace. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will join the Queen for the event.

That will replace the usual location of Horse Guards Parade in Whitehall – a decision that is probably due to security issues.

There will also be a state banquet for the president that evening – an exuberant dinner with white ties organized in the ballroom of Buckingham Palace.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join the Queen and Charles and Camilla for the event, with leading figures from British national life and prominent Americans in Britain.

The Trumps will arrive in London on Monday

The Trumps will arrive in London on Monday

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The Trumps will arrive in London on Monday

The Duke of Sussex takes part in a lunch with the Trumps, but his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, stays with baby Archie on maternity leave

The Duke of Sussex takes part in a lunch with the Trumps, but his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, stays with baby Archie on maternity leave

The Duke of Sussex takes part in a lunch with the Trumps, but his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, stays with baby Archie on maternity leave

President Barack Obama and Queen Elizabeth II during a State Banquet at Buckingham Palace in May 2011 during his presidency

President Barack Obama and Queen Elizabeth II during a State Banquet at Buckingham Palace in May 2011 during his presidency

President Barack Obama and Queen Elizabeth II during a State Banquet at Buckingham Palace in May 2011 during his presidency

Buckingham Palace released the travel plan earlier this week for the president's three-day visit to the UK.

After the official welcome on Monday, the Trumps will hold a private lunch with the queen.

Prince Harry meets the president, but the Duchess of Sussex, the American actress Meghan Markle, avoids a possible uncomfortable encounter with the leader, against whom she campaigned vocally in the 2016 American elections.

During President Trump's private lunch with Queen and Prince Harry, Her Majesty invites him and the first lady to view a special exhibition in the Picture Gallery, which displays objects from the history of the United States from the Royal Collection.

After this, the first pair, accompanied by Prince Andrew, visits Westminster Abbey, where the president places a wreath at the grave of the unknown warrior.

Then they take a short tour of the abbey.

The first couple will also drink tea with the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House.

It will be the first meeting between the president and the prince since Trump entered the White House.

On Tuesday, Trump and the departing Prime Minister Theresa May are organizing a business breakfast meeting, attended by The Duke of York, at St. James & # 39; s Palace, with leading British and American business leaders.

The visit is because May has announced that she will be in power in the country after three years in the midst of the Brexit crisis.

And it's in the midst of a power shift in the UK. Nigel Farage & # 39; s new populist Brexit party beat the Tory and Labor parties during Sunday's election, insuring an extraordinary 29 members of parliament.

Farage was the main advocate of the British withdrawal from the European Union.

The Trumps will visit Westminster Abbey, where the president will lay a wreath at the grave of the unknown warrior

The Trumps will visit Westminster Abbey, where the president will lay a wreath at the grave of the unknown warrior

The Trumps will visit Westminster Abbey, where the president will lay a wreath at the grave of the unknown warrior

President Trump with the queen during the July working visit to the UK

President Trump with the queen during the July working visit to the UK

President Trump with the queen during the July working visit to the UK

President Trump is welcomed by the queen in Buckingham Palace

President Trump is welcomed by the queen in Buckingham Palace

The president will also drink tea at the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House

The president will also drink tea at the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House

Arriving on June 3, President Trump is welcomed by the queen in Buckingham Palace (left). The president will also drink tea at the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall (right) at Clarence House

& # 39; In the evening, the Trumps organize a return dinner at Winfield House, the residence of the ambassador of the United States of America.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will attend the dinner on behalf of The Queen.

On Wednesday, the last day of the visit, the Queen, accompanied by Prince Charles, will join the Trumps and attend the National Memorial Event for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Southsea Common, Portsmouth, in addition to more than 300 D – Veterans.

During his trip, Trump meets the departing British Prime Minister Theresa May

During his trip, Trump meets the departing British Prime Minister Theresa May

During his trip, Trump meets the departing British Prime Minister Theresa May

Earlier, Queen Elizabeth II also organized two other US presidents – George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush in November 2003 and President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama in May 2011.

In addition, Trump will attend a ceremony in Normandy, France, for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

And the president has planned a stop in Ireland to play golf at Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg Ireland.

While there, Trump will also meet with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in Shannon, Ireland, which is only a ten-kilometer plane journey to his resort on the east coast of the European country.

Full travel description of Donald Trump's three-day state visit to the UK

MONDAY, JUNE 3

  • Arrive in the morning and receive a ceremonial welcome in the Buckingham Palace Garden, hosted by the Queen and with Prince Charles and Camilla.
  • President Trump, accompanied by The Prince of Wales, will inspect the guard of honor consisting of the Nijmegen company grenadier guard.
  • Private lunch with the queen, followed by a special exhibition in the Picture Gallery, which shows items from the history of the United States from the Royal Collection.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Trump, accompanied by The Duke of York, will visit Westminster Abbey, where the president will lay a wreath at the grave of the unknown warrior. They will also receive a tour of the abbey.
  • Then they go to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall for tea at Clarence House.
  • & # 39; In the evening the queen holds a state banquet at Buckingham Palace and both the queen and the president will both give a speech at the start of the banquet.

TUESDAY JUNE 4

  • On Tuesday morning, President and Prime Minister Theresa May will jointly organize a business breakfast meeting, attended by The Duke of York, at St. James & # 39; s Palace, with leading British and American business leaders.
  • The president and Mrs. Trump then visit 10 Downing Street to talk to the prime minister.
  • After lunch together, President Trump and the prime minister will attend a press conference.
  • & # 39; In the evening, the President and Mrs. Trump organize a return meal at Winfield House, the residence of the ambassador of the United States of America. Prince Charles and Camilla will attend the dinner on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen.

WEDNESDAY JUNE 5

  • On Wednesday, the Queen, accompanied by Prince Charles, President Trump and Melania, will attend the National Memorial Event for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Southsea Common, Portsmouth, along with more than 300 D-Day veterans.
  • The queen formally says goodbye to President and Mrs. Trump in Portsmouth.
  • President Trump and Mrs. Trump leave privately later in the day.

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