Even though President Donald Trump is packing up his entire family (even Tiffany is coming, so you know it's serious) to head over to London next month for his first full state visit to England since taking office, Markle will conveniently be otherwise occupied and won't be able to make his acquaintance.
Trump has officially visited the U. K. as president once before, in July 2018, during a wider tour of Europe, but after some consternation and controversy, it was agreed that the trip would by styled as a "working visit" as opposed to a "state visit. " He met with Prime Minister Theresa May and, briefly, Queen Elizabeth II, but wasn't introduced to the rest of the royals, nor did he get to enjoy the pomp and circumstance of an official visit.
Back in September 2017, First Lady Melania Trump was sent as the American delegate to the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games, an event cofounded by Prince Harry, in Toronto.
Back in 2016 she appeared on The Nightly Show and called Trump "divisive" and "misogynistic," and even proclaimed that she might just stay in Canada, where she was shooting Suits at the time, if he were elected. “I mean, come on, if that’s the reality we are talking about… that is a game changer in terms of how we move in the world here," she said of Trump.
The first lady and Harry briefly sat next to each other, marking the first time a British royal met a member of the Trump family.
One day we'll get to see the historic photo op of Meghan Markle, the first American-born member of the British royal family in good standing, meeting with an American first family, but it won't be happening anytime soon.
Here's why you won't see Meghan Markle with an American first family anytime soon. https://t.co/G3eVS3jVZK— W magazine (@wmag) June 6, 2019