The Trumps visited the United Kingdom in July 2018, but only for a two-day working visit, and he was not officially invited by the Queen.
It is expected that Buckingham Palace are to announce a state visit for Donald Trump to coincide with the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
The White House confirmed Tuesday that President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will make a state visit to the United Kingdom in early June, accepting an invitation that was first extended shortly after he took office in 2017.
Mr Trump will be hosted by the Queen at either Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle and the visit is likely to follow the traditional format of an official open-air welcome, featuring prestigious British regiments, lunch with the Queen and a state banquet.
In contrast to that working trip, the state visit will be much more formal.
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On 5 June, he and other representatives of the World War II Allies - as well as Germany - are expected to attend a major worldwide event in Portsmouth to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Trump will also participate in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May and attend a ceremony in Portsmouth to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, before traveling to France on June 6, to participate in a ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery and meet with French President Emmanuel Macron.
It's not clear whether Trump will address Parliament, as Obama did during his state visit in 2011.
Trump traveled to Britain past year on a working visit, which included a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II but lacked the full trappings of a state visit.
Protesters against Trump's previous visit used a variety of means to communicate their disapproval, from flying a "Trump Baby" blimp to holding protest signs along streets in Scotland - where Trump paid a two-day visit to his Turnberry golf resort.