President Donald Trump embarked on a three-day state visit to the United Kingdom on Monday.
Air Force One landed at London’s Stansted Airport on Monday.
From there, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump transferred to Marine One, landing shortly later at Buckingham Palace.
They were greeted at the palace by Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The Royals met with the Trumps and posed for photos in front of the palace.
Prince Charles accompanied Trump to inspect the Guard of Honor during the official welcome ceremony.
President Trump served as the guest of honor at a state banquet Monday night, during which he delivered a speech about the long-term friendship with the U.K., the accomplishments of the two nations, and the reign of the queen.
“On behalf of all Americans, I offer a toast to the eternal friendship of our people, the vitality of our nations, and to the long-cherished and truly remarkable reign of Her Majesty The Queen,” Trump said at the banquet.
The Queen also praised the two countries’ alliance, which had provided “safety and prosperity of both our people for decade,” BBC reported.
Alongside the Queen, Trump also toured the Royal Collection of American items in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace.
On Tuesday, Trump met with British Prime Minister Theresa May, whom he praised for doing “a very good job” despite the controversial Brexit movement, which has not yielded a deal acceptable to both Parliament and the European Union.
Protests took place across the country, including a main protest held in London on Tuesday, which featured Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, who had boycotted the banquet and criticized Trump on Monday.
The protests did not interfere with meetings held between Trump and May.
The two sat down for a business roundtable discussion, joined by key administration figures from both countries. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Advisor John Bolton were seen in attendance.
“We are your largest partner. You’re our largest partner. A lot of people don’t know that,” Trump said to May during talks on trade, as CBS News reported.
The President’s state visit to the U.K. is expected to end sometime on June 5 and he will return to the U.S.