Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (C) stands with US President Donald Trump (R) and US First Lady Melania Trump (L) in the Grand Corridor at Windsor Castle in Windsor, west of London, on July 13, 2018 during an engagement on the second day of Trump's United Kingdom visit.
But as they all stood together to listen to the national anthem, her facial expression turned grim....because Trump messed up, big time.
The Queen and the President then inspected the Guard of Honour, with Mr Trump appearing to break protocol by walking ahead of the Queen - who usually keeps slightly ahead of her guest - as the 92-year-old walked cautiously on the grass.
The pair were seen exchanging chit-chat as the band played on.
However, the meeting with Queen Elizabeth on his first visit to Britain as U.S. president still seems to rankle.
"I used to love London as a city". Walk with her and go at her pace you ill mannered C***!Oh and Scotland doesn't want u either #TrumpUKVisit, ' one tweet read. He shook her hand, but did not bow.
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She was kept waiting for 15 minutes this afternoon in the blazing sunshine for the president to arrive by helicopter and at one point even looked at her watch. "I really look forward to meeting her", Trump said.
U.S. ambassador to the UK Robert Wood Johnson told Sky News in June that meeting the queen was the highlight of Trump's trip to the UK.
Khan made the remarks after Trump doubled down on his claims that the mayor had failed to do enough to protect London from Islamist terrorist attacks.
The POTUS recently told The Sun of meeting the royal: "She is a tremendous woman". That will be up to her to say.
In his book "The Art of the Comeback" Trump even said he wished that he was able to "court" Princess Diana, who died in a vehicle crash in 1997. Organizers behind the crowd-funded campaign that has raised almost 20,000 pounds (approximately $26,400 USD) announced July 5 that London Mayor Sadiq Khan had agreed to let the group tether the balloon at Parliament Square Gardens.
Before the Sun interview was published, Ms May invoked Winston Churchill as she addressed Mr Trump and business leaders at a black-tie dinner at Blenheim Palace, the grand 18th-century country house which was the British World War II leader's birthplace.