Donald Trump will be in the UK this June on a three-day state visit that will see the US president meet the Queen and the outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May.

But what is in the itinerary for President Trump when he arrives on June 3rd, and what has been planned for his visit?

Here's everything we know so far. 

Day One, June 3rd, Donald Trump arrives in the UK 

On the first day in the UK, the President and the First Lady will meet with the Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.

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There will be an official welcome and a Guard of Honour for the US president before Royal gun salutes. 

Then they'll head to Westminster Abbey with Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, to lay a wreath at the grave of the Unknown Soldier. 

Following this, they will have a private lunch in the palace, before a state banquet in the evening.  

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Day Two, June 4th, Meeting with Theresa May 

In one of her last duties as Prime Minister, Theresa May will meet with Donald Trump at Downing Street. Their day will begin with a breakfast at St James's Palace in London for prominent UK and US business leaders, as well as the Duke of York.

They will then host a joint press conference before dining dinner at Winfield House in Regent's Park — the official residence of the US ambassador to the United Kingdom — which the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will attend on behalf of the Queen. 

Day Three, June 5th, D-Day commemorations 

The President will spend his last day in the UK commemorating the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings when Allied forces launched their assault on Nazi-occupied France during World War II. 

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Trump and the First Lady will be joined by the Queen and the Prince of Wales at an official event in Portsmouth, which will be attended by more than 300 D-Day veterans.

Following on from the ceremony, they will travel to Normandy to attend another D-Day ceremony in France with President Emmanuel Macron.