US President saluted Queen Elizabeth II as a “ great, great woman” as the British sovereign cast a lavish banquet for the US President to make a ceremony on the occasion of his three-day long state visit.
The Trump sovereignty sat down to a sparkling dinner with the British royal family in Buckingham Palace ballroom as the UK spun out the red carpet.
Both the US President and the 93-year old sovereign admired the common bond between Britain and the United States.
But the ceremonial mood was not accepted for all, the opposition political figure refused to take part in the banquet function and the tour beginning with a contempt between the US President Trump and London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
The visit of the US President is focussed on the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the releasing of Europe in World War II.
He said at the banquet, “ as we honor our shared victory and heritage, we affirm the common values that will unite us long into the future”.
He also added, “ freedom, sovereignty, self-determination, the rule of law and reverence for the rights given to us by Almighty God.”
According to him, Queen Elizabeth was a “great, great woman… a constant symbol of these priceless traditions”, who embodied British “dignity, duty and patriotism ”.
Queen Elizabeth said Britain and the United States had constructed post-war international institutions for “ nations working together to safeguard a hard-won peace”.
The monarch said the two nations were joint hand on the issues of security, shared heritage, strong cultural links, and strong economic ties.
According to the Queen, “ I am confident that our common values and shared interests will continue to unite us”.
Earlier the British sovereign greeted the US President and his wife Melania with a military guard of honor on a day filled with ceremony and the personal touches.
The monarch anchored a private lunch for the couple and presented them as a royal guest, ahead of the glittering banquet.
The US President looks to be enjoying the tour, taking to Twitter during his time. He said, “London part of the trip is going really well. The Queen and the entire royal family have been fantastic. The relationship with the United Kingdom is very strong ”.