Prince Harry attended a meeting with Donald Trump and First Lady Melania without his other half Meghan Markle on Monday.
Harry joined other members of the royal family, including the Queen, to view a Royal Collection palace exhibit at Buckingham Palace after Trump was greeted by Prince Charles and Camilla on the grounds that morning.
The Trumps are currently in the United Kingdom for a three-day state visit and have already had a private lunch with Her Majesty.
Harry was pictured with Trump’s daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner as they viewed the special exhibition displaying items illustrating the relationship between the US and the UK in the Picture Gallery but quickly went off on his own to speak to other guests.
Trump’s visit comes after he denied calling Duchess Meghan “nasty” over some comments she made during a 2016 appearance on Larry Wilmore’s now-defunct Comedy Central series “The Nightly Show”.
The former “Suits” star came out in support of Hillary Clinton for president and explained her opposition to Trump at the time.
The Duchess of Sussex’s negative remarks were apparently news to Trump. When informed of what she had said in 2016, Trump characteristically fired back.
“I didn’t know that. What can I say? I didn’t know that she was nasty,” he exclaimed during an interview with The Sun. “I hope she is okay.”
He’s since denied that he used the word “nasty” to describe Meghan, and took to Twitter to claim his quote was “made up by the Fake News Media.”