He will meet the queen for the second time.
The world’s longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth, 93, has met 12 American presidents, starting with President Harry S. Truman when she was a princess and heir to the throne. Last year, she sat for tea with Mr. Trump — who with the first lady, Melania Trump, appeared not to follow long-running protocol in which a bow or curtsy is customary.
One awkward moment, in particular, caught the eye of social media users: While they inspected her honor guard, the queen gestured to Mr. Trump and appeared to direct him forward. But he walked in front of her and then stopped, cutting off her path and forcing her to sidestep around him.
This year, Mr. Trump is scheduled to take tea with Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall. Prince Harry is expected to join them for a private lunch with Mr. Trump, according to the BBC, and Prince William and his wife, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, will attend the state banquet on Monday evening.
The BBC also reported that Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex — who is on maternity leave after giving birth to the couple’s first child last month — would not be attending the dinner.
In The Sun interview, when the president was told that in 2016 the former actress, an American, threatened to move to Canada if he were elected president, Mr. Trump said, “I didn’t know she was nasty.” Still, he said he thought it was nice to have an American princess, adding, “I am sure she will do excellently.”