US president Donald Trump arrived in London on Thursday for a three-day visit to the UK. The pomp of a black-tie dinner was somewhat spoiled that evening by the publication of a controversial interview Mr Trump gave to the tabloid Sun, although the president rowed back on some of his comments the following day after a meeting with UK prime minister Theresa May at Chequers.
The visit was also marked by protests in London and in Scotland, where Mr Trump flew on Friday evening.
An RAF honour guard stands to receive Mr Trump and US first lady Melania Trump as they disembark from Air Force One at London’s Stansted airport on Thursday.
Mr and Mrs Trump are escorted along the tarmac by UK international trade secretary Liam Fox, Lord Lieutenant of Essex Jennifer Tolhurst and US ambassador to the UK Woody Johnson.
People watch from the top of Primrose Hill in London as Mr Trump’s helicopter, Marine One, comes into land at the Regent’s Park home of the US ambassador to the UK.
Mr Trump with UK prime minister Theresa May at Blenheim Palace ahead of a black-tie dinner with business leaders.
Mrs Trump, Mr Trump, Mrs May and her husband Philip May on the steps of Blenheim Palace’s Great Court to watch the bands of the Scots, Irish and Welsh Guards perform a ceremonial welcome.
Protesters with placards at a barrier set up to block access to the US ambassador’s residence, Winfield House, in Regent’s Park.
A 6m-high blimp depicting Mr Trump as a baby hovers next to the statue of former UK prime minister Winston Churchill in London’s Parliament Square in protest at the president’s visit.
Mrs Trump plays bowls as she meets children and British military veterans at The Royal Hospital Chelsea in central London on Friday.
Mr Trump and Mrs May during their meeting at Chequers, the prime minister’s country residence in Buckinghamshire, on Friday.
Tens of thousands of people take part in a protest against Mr Trump’s visit in central London on Friday.
Mr Trump and Mrs May head for a joint press conference at Chequers on Friday afternoon.
The Queen greets Mr and Mrs Trump at Windsor Castle, where she gave them tea.
Part of the protective police cordon around Turnberry, the Scottish golf resort where Mr Trump will be staying for the weekend.
Mr Trump in profile in the back his car heading for Turnberry after arriving at Prestwick airport to be greeted by the Scottish secretary, David Mundell.
A Greenpeace protester flies a microlight over the Trump resort at Turnberry with a banner reading ‘Trump: Well Below Par’ shortly after the US president arrived at the hotel.