A baby blimp and tea with the queen: Britain welcomes Trump
The president's first trip to Britain sparked mass protests in London.
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk across the tarmac after stepping off Air Force One as they arrive at London's Stansted Airport on July 12, 2018.
The four-day trip, which will include talks with Prime Minister Theresa May, tea with Queen Elizabeth II and a private weekend in Scotland, was greeted by mass protests in London on Friday.
The Trumps leave the U.S. ambassador's residence, Winfield House, in London en route to Blenheim Palace.
Bands of the Scots, Irish and Welsh guards perform for the British prime minister, President Trump and their spouses at Blenheim Palace ahead of a dinner with business leaders.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip stand with President Trump and the first lady at the entrance to Blenheim Palace, where they were attending a dinner with specially invited guests and business leaders, near Oxford.
Theresa May is led by Donald Trump into Blenheim Palace.
Blenheim Palace is the birth place of the great wartime British prime minister, Winston Churchill, of whom the president is a big fan.
One of President Trump's armored limousines sits outside Blenheim Palace as he attends the dinner.
Demonstrators stand in front of the "Trump baby" balloon in Parliament Square on July 13.
The "Trump baby" balloon hovers next to the statue of Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
First lady Melania Trump helps veterans and students assemble Remembrance Day poppies at the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Melania Trump bowls with British military veterans known as "Chelsea Pensioners" at The Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Prime Minister Theresa May greets President Trump at Chequers, the prime minister's country house, in Aylesbury, England.
May holds bilateral talks with Trump at Chequers.
A protester dressed as President Trump poses for photos.
Thousands march in London.
Protesters take part in a demonstration against President Trump's visit to the U.K. in Trafalgar Square.
Dozens of anti-Trump demonstrations kicked off across the United Kingdom Friday, and will continue over the weekend.
Tens of thousands of people take part in a Stop Trump Coalition - Stop the War Protest in Trafalgar Square.
Trump babies in cages are held up by protesters in Trafalgar Square.
Protesters carry placards outside Windsor Castle in Windsor, west of London, where Trump visited with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.
Protesters fill London's Trafalgar Square.