The Trumps arrived at Windsor Castle for the meeting Friday afternoon and were welcomed by Her Majesty with a royal salute by a Guard of Honor and the American national anthem.
But Donald Trump clearly DGAF as he was seen walking directly in front of her as they inspected the guard at Windsor Castle.
The couple eventually arrived and were greeted by the queen before the Band of the Coldstream Guards performed the US national anthem.
While Trump's trip was not the full state visit he was originally promised, he was heralded by military bands on his arrival at Windsor, before he and First Lady Melania were due to have tea with the 92-year-old queen.More news: Who will win the World Cup?
The U.S. president and First Lady Melania Trump are in the United Kingdom for two days this week between the NATO Summit in Brussels yesterday and Trump's upcoming meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the weekend.
During his visit so far, he has met British Prime Minister Theresa May, the two also dined at Winston Churchill's childhood home at Blenheim Palace. "As offensive as Trump was, he was not actually as late as everyone thought".
"He did literally eclipse her, but I don't think that was deliberate".
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"That wouldn't be required from a head of state or the wife of a head of state", he said. "I really look forward to meeting her", Trump said.
In his book "The Art of the Comeback" Trump even said he wished that he was able to "court" Princess Diana, who died in a vehicle crash in 1997.
Ahead of the tea, Trump complimented the Queen in the Sun, "I think she represents her country so well". "The queen expected Trump to embarrass himself with bits of rude behavior and was prepared for anything. Come on Kate!" he wrote.
For her Scottish arrival, Trump wore pointed-toe camel Manolo Blahnik pumps with matching Michael Kors trousers and a green Burberry jacket, all earth-tone items that blended into the tarmac and only helped her show off the expensive handbag, not hide it. Royal commentator Victoria Arbiter, who works for CNN, Trump's least favourite news network, insisted he was on time.More news: Best tweets: 'Savage, classless Chelsea didn't even thank Antonio Conte'
Others online also debated whether Trump and first lady Melania Trump broke with royal protocol when they opted to shake hands with the queen instead of bowing or curtseying.