Donald Trump and wife Melanie have been snapped mingling with The Queen after sharing a cuppa with Prince Charles and Camilla.
The US President earlier met the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House for tea ahead of a NATO summit this evening.
However, they had to cut short the engagement and dashed to Buckingham Palace to see Her Majesty.
Trump also got to meet a giggling Kate Middleton at the gathering.
Anti-NATO protesters gathered on the Mall and helicopters hovered above as the President's motorcade – featuring his vehicle The Beast – arrived.
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Hundreds of NHS workers joined protests against the President from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace, bearing signs that read “Trump, hands off our NHS” and “cut war, not health care”.
Charles and Camilla greeted the Trumps at 6pm before welcoming them inside.
They posed for pictures before moving to private quarters for tea.
Charles earlier today met other NATO leaders, including Canada's PM Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg and Italy's PM, Giuseppe Conte.
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Trump has now set off to Downing Street for a dinner meeting with Boris Johnson.
The President earlier vowed he wasn't interested in the health service, saying he wouldn't take it even on a "silver platter".
But protesters still turned up in force to show they didn’t believe his – or Boris Johnson’s claims the NHS would be protected.
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Footage shared online shows at least one person being dragged away by police after anti-Trump protesters clashed with supporters of the US president wearing red MAGA hats.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to confront the US president over the NHS, amid rumours the health service would be on the table in post-Brexit US talks.
Cars were stranded around central London following the protest, which is marking Trump's arrival in the UK ahead of a NATO summit.
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