Queen Elizabeth II could host Donald Trump inside months of him getting to be United States president, with the British government affirming Monday that it was thinking about a state visit next year.
Royal officials said that the legislature was in charge of arranging state visits, and a representative for Prime Minister Theresa May said that the proposition was "under thought".
The world's longest-supreme ruler would have the new president and his significant other Melania at her Windsor Castle home, as per a report in The Sunday Times, refering to government priests.
Trump told May that he was a "major aficionado of the Queen" when the combine talked by phone taking after his triumph, and is likewise answered to have told British government official and partner Nigel Farage that his late mother Mary would be "chuffed to bits when I meet the Queen".
England is quick to manufacture spans with Trump after many driving government figures scrutinized the president-elect amid his divisive, however fruitful decision crusade.
England is likewise keen on sounding out a US exchange bargain as it plots its takeoff from the European Union.
Farage had offered to be a go-between to smooth relations, however the administration rather looks set to unleash its most significant political resource.
"An old companion in the Secret Service said to me that the last weapon of strategy is tea with the Queen," history specialist Peter Hennessy told the Times daily paper.
"She is the most intense weapon we have. It sounds like teacups are being made prepared far sooner in the cycle than is typical," he included.
England won't issue a welcome to a president-elect, however is relied upon to make its turn not long after Trump's introduction on January 20.