Twitter Thinks The Queen 'Shaded' Donald Trump With Her Tiara

Twitter Thinks The Queen 'Shaded' Donald Trump With Her Tiara

Donald Trump is now completing a state visit to the United Kingdom, where the Queen has graciously welcomed the president and first lady despite protests against his presence in London.

Trump was shown a statue of a horse by the Queen, seeing which he looked a bit puzzled, according to The Sun.

Elizabeth II's official title is: by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms and Territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth and Defender of the Faith.

Pundits love historian Doug Brinkley possess blamed Trump's obsession on his autocratic political curved - he desired to be "King Donald".

Not like his mother's origins, Trump's obsession with the royals - the human epitome of his frequent traipse-to note, "well-organized" - is rarely a secret.

It will be interesting to see whether Mrs Trump chooses a British designer for her evening look.

The rest of the USA presidential family also had the chance to take a peep at this room as they had to pass through it on their way to the State Banquet during the evening of their first day in London.

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For Trump, then over again, this royal dinner used to be clearly more than the odd announce consult with, because the Sleek York Events identified on Tuesday. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images) First Lady Melania Trump walks to meet President Donald Trump before departing the White House, in Washington on June 2, 2019. Trump called Khan a "stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me".

Last night, Trump chose a SS19 Christian Dior number for a Buckingham Palace banquet.

Mary Anne's affinity for royal pomp changed into as soon as so deep that she reportedly couldn't be dragged faraway from the television region all the draw by the coronation of Queen Elizabeth.

"London part of trip is going really well".

The President of the United States and the First Lady arrived by 10 Downing street for a joint meeting, and were also joined by Theresa's husband Philip May.

The couple is now in France to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy by the hand of the Allies' forces.

But is she Queen of Throwing Shade too?