President Trump is planning to give the Queen and her grandchildren a western saddle on his UK visit
A source said: “He doesn’t just want to give them something that will sit at the back of a cupboard or gather dust on a mantelpiece.
He wants to give them something he knows they will enjoy and use.”
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The western-style saddle is used by riders on cattle ranches throughout the US, but these will be out of the ordinary.
Trump believes the Queen will enjoy the gift and will put it to great use, according to a source
“The plan is to engrave the President’s seal on one side of the saddle with the Queen’s seal on the other side as a symbol of the ongoing special relationship between the two countries,” the source added.
The reported plan is to engrave the Queen's seal on one side of the saddle and Trump's on the other
Donald recently told Prime Minister Theresa May that he was a big fan of Her Majesty
He told Prime Minister Theresa May during their first meeting in Washington last week that he was a “big fan” of Her Majesty after accepting her invitation to visit Britain.
History of a special relationship: Presidents and Prime Ministers together
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Ahead of the meeting between Theresa May and Donald Trump, a look back at the close ties between the U.S. and Britain.
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Margaret Thatcher shares a joke with Ronald Reagan, at No. 10 Downing Street