Though Trump didnt receive a full state visit, he became the 12th US president to meet the Queen when he visited Windsor Castle with first lady Melania Trump for afternoon tea.
Though Trump didn't receive a full state visit, he became the 12th US president to meet the Queen when he visited Windsor Castle with first lady Melania Trump for afternoon tea.
Queen Elizabeth II has outlasted 13 US presidents during her reign. She's been alive for 16 US presidents.
President Donald Trump finally met Queen Elizabeth II on a four-day visit to the United Kingdom this week.
Trump's trip is the latest installment of the "special relationship" the US and UK share, which has been a decades-long diplomatic and political bond.
Take a look back at every time American presidents met British royals:
Former Presidents John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe all met King George III, who they had called a tyrant, after the American Revolution while they served as diplomats for the new republic.
The first visit of a sitting US president to England was Woodrow Wilson in December 1918, when he met with King George V after signing the Treaty of Versailles ending World War I.
The first time British royalty made an official visit to the US was King George VI in June 1939. He and his wife Queen Elizabeth met President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and first lady Eleanor Roosevelt in Hyde Park, New York.
In August 1945, President Harry Truman met King George VI aboard a US Navy cruiser off the coast of Plymouth, England.
In 1951, then-Princess Elizabeth visited Truman at the newly renovated White House with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. Truman called her a "fairy princess."
Princess Elizabeth, Truman, and their spouses also had a formal dinner at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC during the visit.
Nearly 20 years after he left office, former President Herbert Hoover met Queen Elizabeth at a luncheon at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York in 1957. Former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt was also present, seated behind the Queen.
After her father died, Elizabeth became Queen on June 2, 1953. Apart from Lyndon B. Johnson, Her Majesty has met every US president since Truman.
In October 1957, the Queen and Prince Philip attended a state dinner with President Dwight D. Eisenhower and first lady Mamie Eisenhower at the White House.
From August 27 to September 2, 1959 Eisenhower took a tour of Great Britain, meeting Queen Elizabeth at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh hosted former President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jackie Kennedy for a state dinner at Buckingham Palace on June 5, 1961. This visit was also portrayed in Netflix's show "The Crown."
In 1969 and 1970, former President Richard Nixon met the Queen in London and in Chequers, Buckinghamshire, where the prime minister's country home is.
In July 1976, President Gerald Ford and first lady Betty Ford hosted the Queen and Prince Philip for an official state visit.
The Queen hosted President Jimmy Carter at Buckingham Palace in May 1977.
During a June 1982 visit to Windsor Castle, President Ronald Reagan rode horses with the Queen. It was one of many times the two would meet over the years.
In 1984, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl joined the two for a dinner at Buckingham Palace.
In 1988, first lady Nancy Reagan and her husband took tea with the Queen during a stopover in London after a summit in Moscow.
In 1989, the Queen hosted a lunch for President George H.W. Bush and first lady Barbara Bush at Buckingham Palace.
Two years later, Bush hosted the Queen for an official state visit, where she delivered a toast at the state dinner and even attended a Baltimore Orioles game.
President Bill Clinton and Queen Elizabeth attended a 1994 dinner in Portsmouth, England to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy. The following year, Clinton met the Queen again on a trip to London.
The Queen met Clinton's family as part of their tour of the United Kingdom in 2000.
President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush visited the Queen at Buckingham Palace in July 2001.
There were some protests then, and again when he visited in 2003, as many Londoners disagreed with the Republican president's policies.
Video: President George H.W. Bush funeral: Full ceremony from the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.
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