Are we even surprised the controversial president did a faux pas? Here's what happened at Windsor!
Cape Town - Queen Elizabeth met U.S. President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania for tea at Windsor Castle on Friday afternoon. Well, as casual as you can get when you're coming face-to-face with the Queen of England.
Towering over the queen, the United States president and British monarch shared a few interactions today as they reviewed troops at the royal castle in Windsor. Neither bowed or curtsied to the Queen, instead opting to shake hands.
In the picture Friday from the Trumps' visit for tea, the Queen stands in the Grand Corridor between the couple holding her gloves and purse, without a smile and appearing unimpressed.
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Trump made a MAJOR faux pas.
The Queen escaped any extended hand-holding, faced in the past by world leaders such as the Prime Minister and French President Emmanuel Macron. The President wore a suit and tie and the first lady wore a pale pink suit with a skirt and black belt.
The POTUS recently told The Sun of meeting the royal: "She is a tremendous woman".
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Her pro-Brexit critics within her Conservative party say it fails to wrestle away the EU's reach, undermining Brexit's independence and sovereignty claims.
After the story was published, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the president "likes and respects Prime Minister May very much", adding that he said in the interview she "is a very good person", and that he "never said anything bad about her". I really look forward to meeting her. You don't see, like, anything embarrassing.
Just one in three (35 per cent) Britons polled earlier in the week thought the monarch should meet Trump, as opposed to half (49 per cent) who thought she should not.
Prior to setting foot on British soil, he will take part in a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels - where his status as Commander in Chief of US Armed Forces will be front and centre.
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Queen Elizabeth II, who is now 92, has sat on the throne for 66 years. In her reign, she has met 11 out of the 12 serving US presidents, excluding President Lyndon B. Johnson.