Prince Harry seemed to be avoiding Donald Trump yesterday – after the US leader branded his wife Meghan "evil."
At the beginning of his three-day state, the queen rolled out the red carpet for the President at Buckingham Palace.
But a grumpy-looking Harry, 34, stayed away as far as possible.
Meghan had supported Trump's Democratic rival Hilary Clinton in the 2016 elections and said she would move to Canada if he won.
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In an exclusive interview with the Sun before his visit, President Trump learned of the comments and said he did not know they were evil be that she would be a "very good" princess.
He and his wife Melania landed at Stansted Airport in Essex at 8:56 am after a night flight with Air Force One of Washington DC.
Later they boarded their Marine One helicopters and were flown to London – at 12:12 they landed on the lawn of the palace.
Harry attended a private lunch with Donald and First Lady Melania, but on a tour of Her Majesty's private art collection, which was left behind and did not want to be photographed with any of the parties.
He entered with the daughter of President Ivanka, but left it to Lord Chamberlain, while the Queen showed the trumps around with Prince Charles close behind.
A viewer said, "Harry was the third oldest king in the room after the Queen and his father, but did not seem to be involved in his royal duties."
Royal Commentator Ingrid Seward said: Harry looked grumpy and as if he did not want to be there.
"He seems to be quite immature and to replace his personal hostility with his natural good manners.  GET THE FOX NEWS APP
"Whatever his personal feelings may be, it is his duty to support the Queen and accept a tip from his grandmother who never interferes with her personal feelings left.
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