After successfully avoiding Donald Trump during his working visit last time, Prince Charles will now meet the American President when he comes to the United Kingdom on a State Visit — and it looks like Prince Harry will be joining in.
The original State Visit planned was postponed due to the potential protests that might happen. Although, that still didn’t stop Britons from flying a giant Baby Trump balloon over London while he was around last summer.
CNN has reported that Trump has been invited to Clarence House for tea with Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
With the future king a very active environmentalist and Trump, well, not, (famously calling global warming “fake science”) the discussions could turn awkward.
The two have met before while Charles was on a U.S. tour in 2005.
Trump and Melania will be the guests of Queen Elizabeth for a three-day state visit that starts on June 3 and conclude on June 5.
According to Vanity Fair, the first day will see the president and first lady welcomed by the Queen, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla at Buckingham Palace, followed by a private lunch (which will also include viewing of royal artifacts with historical importance to the U.S.), which will also be attended by Prince Harry (his wife, Meghan Markle, will sit this one out, as she’s still on maternity leave).
On the second day, Trump will have a private lunch with U.K. PM Theresa May (who dramatically resigned on Friday), along with Andrew, Duke of York, and several U.K. leaders. The final day of the visit will see the Queen and Prince Charles hosting the Trumps at a 75th anniversary celebration of the D-Day landings at Southsea Common, Portsmouth, which will include “musical performance, testimonial readings and military displays, including a fly-past of 25 modern and historical aircraft.” After a formal farewell from the Queen, the Trumps will return to the U.S.