The Queen is set to meet Donald Trump for a second time during his state visit to the UK next week. And while President Trump may be looking forward to his royal meeting, he won’t be staying at Buckingham Palace due to building works - nor will he be taken on a carriage procession, at the insistence of US security services. The Queen is set for one of her easiest state visits , according to royal biographer Robert Hardman - but it is certainly not her first meeting with a US President. Read more from Yahoo News UK: Trump says he might meet Boris and Farage during state visit More than 750k Europeans have applied to stay in UK after Brexit Unseen messages show how Nazis fell for D-Day plan In fact, Her Majesty has met with 12 Presidents, including Trump, during her time as Queen. One of those was in fact when she was still a mere princess - but came three months before she became Queen. Here is the roll call of all the Presidents the Queen has had the pleasure of getting to know over the years...
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Former collaborator and rumored ex Sheryl Crow shared a brutal GIF in response.
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According to a school spokesperson, the dress code is clear: Only hats featuring the school's logo or hats that are the solid color of the school's colors are allowed.
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The Speaker gave Trump a literal "clap-back" during his address — prompting cheers from some, and accusations of rudeness from others.
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