While Trump typically likes to take the lead, he appeared to follow the queen's direction, adjusting his pace to hers. "She is just an incredible woman". "The feeling inside the palace is that Trump's disrespectful mistakes with the queen were awful and inexcusable".
The president and his wife were greeted by the Guard of Honour, which gave a royal salute while the USA national anthem was played.
Mrs Trump swapped her colourful Victoria Beckham dress from earlier in the day for a cream two-piece belted suit. "I think she represents her country so well", Trump said.
The trade deal's fate, though, really hangs on the fragility and temperamental nature of Trump's mood and, if he looks out his hotel window at the mass protests and demonstrations happening in London, it might well be called off once again. The Queen and the President inspected the Guard of Honour before watching the military march past.
"You could see that suppressed dominance where he felt that he had to still motion to her".
"She is a tremendous woman".
Ronald Reagan's visit to Windsor in 1982 was also not a state visit but, unlike Trump, he was hosted with a glittering banquet for 160 guests in the castle's St George's Hall.
Sacha Baron Cohen also duped Roy Moore
The veteran journalist told The Hollywood Reporter that he was "interviewed" by a man in a wheelchair with an oxygen tank. On Thursday, Baron Cohen responded - sort of - with a crass in-character statement telling his side of the story.
Metre 'Trump baby' balloon takes flight in London
And the Mayor of London also defended allowing a giant balloon depicting Mr Trump as an angry baby to fly near Parliament. Asked if the ex-minister could be in No. 10 one day, he replied: "Well I am not pitting one against the other".