Trump's UK visit and protests
On the second day of his visit to the UK, President Trump has met Prime Minister Theresa May at Chequers and the Queen at Windsor Castle. A number of protests against his visit also took place. Here are the day's events in pictures.
Mr Trump said his relationship with Mrs May was "very, very strong".
Theresa May and Donald Trump held a joint news conference at Chequers, in which the president insisted the US-UK relationship is "the highest level of special".
Armed British police officers were seen on the roof of Chequers.
Later in the afternoon Mr Trump flew to Windsor to meet the Queen who awaited his arrival on a dais.
Mr Trump and his wife then stood with the Queen as the Coldstream Guards band played the Star-Spangled Banner.
They then inspected the soldiers before heading inside for tea.
Earlier in the day a blimp depicting President Trump as a nappy-wearing baby was raised in the air in Parliament Square.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan defended his decision to give permission for the blimp to be flown, saying it was not for him to be a censor or to decide what is in good or bad taste. President Trump is not expected to see the inflatable in the air.
First Lady Melania Trump (centre) joined the prime minister's husband Philip May (second right), on a visit to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, and took questions from school children.
Meanwhile, women from a number of different protest groups set off on an anti-Trump march in central London on Friday morning.
Other protests about the visit are taking place around the country.
An afternoon march and rally in central London was attended by tens of thousands of protestors.
A pro-Donald Trump supporter was seen outside Windsor Castle.
The prime minister welcomed the Trumps on Thursday for a black tie dinner at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.