President Trump is set to travel to the United Kingdom and France to commemorate D-Day on its 75th anniversary.
The White House made the announcement Tuesday saying the president and First Lady will visit the U.K. June 3 to June 5 in an effort to strengthen bilateral ties.
President Trump is expected to meet with both Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Theresa May and attend a ceremony commemorating D-Day.
The president will then travel to France to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron and take part in a ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery.
This visit comes around one year after President Trump and the First Lady visited both Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister May for a working visit.
The President of The United States of America, President Donald J. Trump, accompanied by Mrs Melania Trump, has accepted an invitation from Her Majesty The Queen to pay a State Visit to the UK. pic.twitter.com/e3ANW9bUKa
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) April 23, 2019
President Trump’s upcoming trip is expected to be more formal since it is a part of an official state visit.
It has not been disclosed if the president will speak before Parliament as past presidents have before.