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Ivanka leads the Trumps as she lands in London for state visit

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Ivanka leads the Trumps as she lands in London for state visit

President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter has arrived in London ahead of her father’s state and shared a photograph of herself playing tourist at a museum.

Ivanka Trump, 37, posted a photograph of herself outside the Victoria and Albert Museum this afternoon wearing a yellow floral dress from New York sister designers duo Ai Ly and Wayne Lee – aka Les Reveries.

She paired the pure silk-crepe frock that falls to a flattering midi length with blue high heels as she stepped out to see the Mary Quant exhibit of over 200 pieces of clothing and accessories from the British designer.  

Ivanka’s dress was listed at $655 but is now available for a bargain $458 on Net-a-Porter

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Ivanka Trump arrived in the UK today and visited the V&A Museum in Kensington, London

The First Daughter was spotted traveling through the airport Saturday in a black ensemble

She stepped out to the Mary Quant Exhibit at the V&A Museum once she arrived in London

Guests to the V&A exhibit can see miniskirts and hot pants, vibrant tights and makeup from the designer.

The V&A, founded in 1852, holds the world’s largest collection of applied and decorative arts and design. 

Her visit to the museum came after Ivanka was spotted walking through the airport on Saturday pulling her hand luggage while dressed in all-black. 

The President, who is known for his love of extravagant decor, has booked an entire floor of the Corinthia Hotel – which has 225 rooms, 51 suites and seven penthouses – in Whitehall Place Westminster. His family and extended entourage will stay there for this week’s state visit to Britain.

The US President will be accompanied by wife Melania and four of his five children for the visit, which begins on Monday.

The President and his wife are expected to stay at Winfield House, the US Ambassador’s official residence in Regent’s Park, but sources say other members of his family will stay at the five-star Corinthia.

Celebrity guests have included Mariah Carey, James Corden and Cuba Gooding Jr. 

Trump’s visit begins on Monday morning when he will be received by the Queen before three days of meetings and ceremonial pomp which will include a state banquet at Buckingham Palace.  

Guests to the V&A exhibit can see miniskirts and hot pants, vibrant tights and makeup

Designer Mary Quant launched a fashion revolution on the British high street. One of her pieces are seen above

The exhibit showcases over 200 garments and accessories, including unseen pieces from the designer’s personal archive

Mr Trump and his wife Melania are being given the full red carpet treatment, with the Queen hosting no fewer than four events in tribute to them.

Royal gun salutes will fire in Trump’s honor at the Tower of London and in Green Park, while Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry and the Duke of York will be heavily involved too.

The Duchess of Sussex, previously a vocal critic of Donald Trump, will stay at home with baby Archie rather than meet the US President during his state visit to the UK.

The President is due to receive a ceremonial welcome in the garden, inspecting the Guard of Honour, formed of Nijmegen Company Grenadier Guards. 

It was arranged for Royal Gun salutes to be fired in Green Park too.

The Queen is also scheduled to host a private lunch at the palace, after which the President and Mrs Ivanka Trump were to view a special exhibition in the Picture Gallery, showcasing items of historical significance to the United States from the Royal Collection.

The President and Mrs Trump, accompanied by the Duke of York, were also set to visit Westminster Abbey where the President would lay a wreath at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior and then have a short tour of the Abbey.

Prince Andrew will accompany Mr Trump for two of the three days of his trip, with officials hoping the Duke can defuse any political problems with conversations about golf, the Sunday Telegraph reported.

Mr Trump is believed to have so far spent over 100 days of his 862-day presidency playing golf while Prince Andrew is qualified to a professional level.

The Corinthia Hotel is one of London’s most luxurious hotels, and is expected to be a home away from home for Donald Jr, Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany during their State Visit to the UK this week

The royal-suite penthouse (pictured) costs £22,000 ($27,000) a night, and boasts four bedrooms 

The men met 20 years ago at the president’s Mar-a-Lago estate and golf course in Palm Springs, Florida, and are already well-acquainted sharing a mutual friend in disgraced millionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who was was jailed on child prostitution charges in 2008.

While the men make polite conversation, hundreds of thousands of activists are preparing to paralyze London with mass demonstrations.

Fears for Mr Trump’s safety have meant he will not be involved in a carriage procession down the Mall or the official welcome on Horse Guards Parade – which will instead take place in Buckingham Palace’s garden.

More than 20,000 police officers will be deployed at 20 separate protest events planned across the country in a security operation expected to cost about £18million ($22,744,800).

On the itinerary were plans for the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall to host afternoon tea for Trump at Clarence House.

The president’s refusal to accept claims of climate change is likely to bring about some debate with Prince of Charles who has championed environmental causes for decades.

Earlier this month Prince Charles said he was prepared for a frank exchange of views with Trump regarding climate change during the US President’s State visit to Britain next month, The Mail on Sunday revealed.

According to a source close to the Prince, Charles will be ‘very happy’ to talk about climate change if the subject is raised by the President.

The source told The Mail on Sunday: ‘Climate change is a subject that the Prince has talked about for 40 years and he will look forward to discussing it with the President should it come up. He would be very happy to have the opportunity to talk about it.

A detailed plan of what Mr Trump will do during his state visit to the UK. He is expected to meet the Queen, Theresa May, and attend a lavish state banquet at Buckingham Palace

Full details of Trump’s state visit to Britain have now been revealed, including all the royals he will meet over the three days

In the evening on Monday the Queen will give a state banquet at Buckingham Palace. The Queen and Mr Trump will both make speeches at the start of the banquet. 

On Tuesday, the President and Prime Minister Theresa May will co-host a business breakfast meeting, attended by The Duke of York, at St James’s Palace, with senior UK and US business leaders.

Mrs May will then host President Trump and Mrs Trump at 10 Downing Street to hold talks and they will all have lunch together. 

President Trump and Mrs May will hold a press conference at 10 Downing Street.

In the evening, The President and Mrs Trump will host a dinner at Winfield House, the residence of the American Ambassador to the UK. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will attend the dinner on behalf of the Queen.

On Wednesday, the Trumps will spend the day with the Queen and the Prince of Wales at the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings commemorations in Portsmouth, which will include a fly-past of 25 modern and historical aircraft.  

The Queen will formally bid farewell to President Trump and Mrs Trump in Portsmouth in the afternoon. 

The President and Mrs Trump will depart on Air Force One later in the day. 

TRUMPS’ UK SCHEDULE

SUNDAY 

President Trump and the First Lady arrive in London where Queen Elizabeth II joined by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall officially welcome them at Buckingham Palace.

The President is due to receive a ceremonial welcome in the garden, inspecting the Guard of Honour, formed of Nijmegen Company Grenadier Guards. 

It’s arranged for Royal Gun salutes to be fired in Green Park and at the Tower of London. 

The Queen is also scheduled to host a private lunch at the palace, after which the President and Mrs Ivanka Trump were to view a special exhibition in the Picture Gallery, showcasing items of historical significance to the United States from the Royal Collection.

The President and Mrs Trump, accompanied by the Duke of York, are also set to visit Westminster Abbey where the President will lay a wreath at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior and then have a short tour of the Abbey.

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are to host afternoon tea for Trump at Clarence House.

MONDAY

In the evening, the Queen will give a state banquet at Buckingham Palace. The Queen and Mr Trump will both make speeches at the start of the banquet. 

TUESDAY  

The President and Prime Minister Theresa May will co-host a business breakfast meeting, attended by The Duke of York, at St James’s Palace, with senior UK and US business leaders.

Mrs May will then host President Trump and Mrs Trump at 10 Downing Street to hold talks and they will all have lunch together. 

President Trump and Mrs May will hold a press conference at 10 Downing Street.

In the evening, The President and Mrs Trump will host a dinner at Winfield House, the residence of the American Ambassador to the UK. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will attend the dinner on behalf of the Queen.

WEDNESDAY  

The Trumps will spend the day with the Queen and the Prince of Wales at the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings commemorations in Portsmouth, which will include a fly-past of 25 modern and historical aircraft. 

The Queen will formally bid farewell to President Trump and Mrs Trump in Portsmouth in the afternoon. 

The President and Mrs Trump will depart on Air Force One later in the day. 

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