Donald Trump's Visit to UK: Britons Wonder Whether The US President Will Bow to The Queen
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London, July 11: United States President Donald Trump will embark upon his two-day visit to the United Kingdom (UK) on Thursday. He will travel straight to Oxfordshire in the evening after concluding his scheduled visit at the NATO summit in Brussels.

In Oxfordshire, the President and First Lady Melania Trump would be received by UK Prime Minister Theresa May, who would be hosting a black-tie dinner for them. The dinner would be attended by the Ministers and over 100 guests from various sectors.

Ahead of Trump's visit, Britons have kept Google abuzz, posting several queries on the search engine related to his meeting with the Queen. Here are the five top questions and their answers provided to you by LatestLY:

Will Trump meet the Queen?

Yes, the US President will meet Queen Elizabeth II which is line with the tradition maintained by the erstwhile visiting American heads of states.

Where will Trump meet the Queen?

Trump and Melania will be hosted by the Queen at her palace in Windsor Castle. The meeting will be held on Friday, before he leaves for Scotland.

What does the Queen think of Donald Trump?

Although the Queen has not issued any elaborative statement on Trump's presidency in the past two-and-a-half years. However, in a recent documentary shot by ITV in April this year, the 91-year-old joked about the US president.

After an aircraft flying over her castle disturbed her conversation with the interviewer, the Queen said, "Why do they go round and round when you want to talk?" She then added, "Sounds like President Trump, or President Obama."

Has the Queen refused to meet Donald Trump?

No, the Queen has not refused to meet the US President.

Will Trump bow to the Queen?

Although his predecessor, Barack Obama avoided bowing to the Queen - a tradition maintained by the visiting heads of states, Trump is expected to bow his neck in honour of Queen Elizabeth II. Obama had drawn condemnation from critics as he had bowed to King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saud during his visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.