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Think about making an attempt to make an impression on somebody who’s met, nicely, virtually everybody.

Such is the problem for President Joe Biden, who is about to sip tea with Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday at Windsor Citadel after a Group of Seven leaders’ summit in southwestern England.

Biden would be the thirteenth president to take a seat with the now-95-year-old monarch. The White Home mentioned he beforehand met the queen in 1982, when he was a U.S. senator.

Earlier than the 2 meet once more, the leaders are to attend a reception Friday with the queen, her son Prince Charles and his spouse, Camilla, and Charles’ son Prince William and his spouse, Kate.

The queen has met each American president since Dwight Eisenhower throughout her almost 70-year reign, apart from Lyndon Johnson, who did not go to Britain whereas he was in workplace.

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She was a 25-year-old princess when she got here to Washington in 1951 and stayed with President Harry S. Truman and his household at Blair Home, the place Truman lived whereas the White Home underwent a significant renovation. She met Herbert Hoover in 1957, greater than 20 years after he left workplace.

Her private ties to U.S. leaders underscore the significance of the US to the UK and to the queen. She got here of age throughout World Struggle II and understands the central position the trans-Atlantic alliance has performed in trendy British historical past, mentioned Robert Hardman, writer of “Queen of the World,’’ which examines her position representing Britain on the world stage.

“She grew up with that form of sense of the USA is sort of a form of salvation that got here alongside and rescued Europe within the darkest days of the warfare,’’ Hardman instructed The Related Press.

Listed below are highlights of a few of her conferences, on each side of the pond, with previous American presidents:

In this July 13, 2018, file photo, U.S. President Donald Trump and Britain's Queen Elizabeth II inspect a Guard of Honour, formed of the Coldstream Guards at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, Pool, File)

On this July 13, 2018, file photograph, U.S. President Donald Trump and Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II examine a Guard of Honour, shaped of the Coldstream Guards at Windsor Citadel in Windsor, England. (AP Photograph/Matt Dunham, Pool, File)

DONALD TRUMP

Trump and the queen met in July 2018 at Windsor Citadel throughout a go to to Britain that drew massive anti-Trump protests in downtown London, together with the hoisting of a balloon that depicted Trump in a diaper.

He was criticized for breaking protocol by briefly strolling in entrance of the queen — as an alternative of alongside her — and turning his again on her as they reviewed an honor guard.

Trump later mentioned he considered his late mom, Mary Anne, who was born in Scotland and who liked the royal household, when he and his spouse, Melania, sipped tea with the queen.

Trump’s subsequent remark that the queen instructed him that Brexit — Britain’s break from the European Union — was complicated additionally created a stir. Most heads of state maintain non-public their non-public conversations with the queen. She additionally would not focus on political issues.

The Trumps and the royals met once more through the D-Day commemoration in 2019.

In this May 25, 2011, file photo, U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama welcome Queen Elizabeth II for a reciprocal dinner at Winfield House in London. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File)

On this Could 25, 2011, file photograph, U.S. President Barack Obama and first girl Michelle Obama welcome Queen Elizabeth II for a reciprocal dinner at Winfield Home in London. (AP Photograph/Charles Dharapak, File)

BARACK OBAMA

Obama and the queen had their first of three conferences in April 2009 at a reception for world leaders attending the Group of 20 nations summit in London.

It was there that first girl Michelle Obama broke protocol by briefly placing an arm across the queen’s again as they commiserated about their achy toes. It is typically a no-no to the touch the queen, however she returned Mrs. Obama’s gesture.

The queen invited the Obamas for a state go to in 2011 that included a two-night keep at Buckingham Palace and a lavish banquet within the president’s honor.

As Obama delivered a toast to the queen, he did not miss a beat when the band assumed {that a} pause in his remarks meant he had concluded and launched right into a rendition of “God Save the Queen.” Obama saved speaking over the music till the band quieted down.

The {couples} noticed one another once more in 2016 when Obama visited the queen at Windsor Citadel a day after her ninetieth birthday throughout one other swing by means of Europe.

In this June 15, 2008, file photo, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, pointing, walk with U.S. President George Bush and his wife Laura, in St George's Hall, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, England. (Nick Ray, Pool Photo via AP, File)

On this June 15, 2008, file photograph, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, pointing, stroll with U.S. President George Bush and his spouse Laura, in St George’s Corridor, Windsor Citadel, in Windsor, England. (Nick Ray, Pool Photograph through AP, File)

GEORGE W. BUSH

Bush detested stuffy, formal affairs, however he donned a white tie-and-tails tuxedo after the queen pulled out all of the stops for a state dinner in his honor at Buckingham Palace in November 2003.

A number of years later, Bush’s slip of the tongue generated ripples of laughter at a White Home welcoming ceremony for the queen, who was touring the U.S. in Could 2007.

Stumbling on a line in his speech, Bush mentioned the queen had dined with a number of of his predecessors and had helped the US “have a good time its bicentennial in 17- …” Bush caught himself and corrected the date to 1976, and paused to see if she had taken offense.

“She gave me a glance that solely a mom might give a toddler,” Bush mentioned with a smile.

The queen later turned the tables on Bush together with her toast at a dinner she hosted for the president on the British Embassy in Washington.

“I puzzled whether or not I ought to begin this toast by saying, ‘After I was right here in 1776,'” she mentioned to laughter.

In this Saturday, June 4, 1994, file photo, Britain's Queen Elizabeth smiles as she sits alongside President Bill Clinton at a dinner in the Guildhall in Portsmouth, England, commemorating the 50th anniversary of D-Day. (AP Photo/Doug Mills, File)

On this Saturday, June 4, 1994, file photograph, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth smiles as she sits alongside President Invoice Clinton at a dinner within the Guildhall in Portsmouth, England, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of D-Day. (AP Photograph/Doug Mills, File)

BILL CLINTON

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The queen hosted Clinton and his spouse, Hillary, aboard her royal yacht, Britannia, in June 1994.

The ship, 412 toes (125 meters) lengthy and 55 toes (17 meters) vast, was docked on the Portsmouth Naval Base and was residence base for the Clintons as they attended the queen’s dinner at Guildhall for leaders of Allied nations whose troops participated within the D-Day invasion of Normandy 50 years earlier.

The Clintons spent one evening aboard the boat. The subsequent day, the Britannia ferried Clinton to the united statesGeorge Washington plane service because it ready to sail throughout the English Channel, from Portsmouth to Normandy, for D-Day anniversary celebrations.

In this May 15, 1991, file photo, U.S. President George H.W. Bush escorts Queen Elizabeth II from the White House to a helicopter en route to Baltimore to watch her first major league baseball game, in Washington. (AP Photo/Doug Mills, File)

On this Could 15, 1991, file photograph, U.S. President George H.W. Bush escorts Queen Elizabeth II from the White Home to a helicopter en path to Baltimore to look at her first main league baseball recreation, in Washington. (AP Photograph/Doug Mills, File)

GEORGE H.W. BUSH

One of many extra memorable photographs from the monarch’s third state go to to the U.S. got here in 1991 when solely her white-striped purple hat could possibly be seen above the microphones when she spoke at an arrival ceremony on the White Home grounds.

Somebody forgot to regulate the lectern after the a lot taller Bush spoke.

The queen stayed sturdy and carried on, later making gentle of the incident as she opened an tackle to a joint assembly of Congress.

“I do hope you may see me right this moment from the place you might be,” she deadpanned. Bush later apologized and mentioned he felt badly for not pulling out a step for her to face on.

The June 10, 1984, file photo shows Queen Elizabeth II, second left, standing with West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, left, U.S. President Ronald Reagan, second right, and Britain's Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at London's Buckingham Palace, prior to a dinner for summit leaders. (AP Photo, File)

The June 10, 1984, file photograph exhibits Queen Elizabeth II, second left, standing with West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, left, U.S. President Ronald Reagan, second proper, and Britain’s Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at London’s Buckingham Palace, previous to a dinner for summit leaders. (AP Photograph, File)

RONALD REAGAN

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Reagan and the queen bonded over their mutual love of horseback driving.

They rode facet by facet on an 8-mile (13-kilometer), hourlong tour on the grounds of Windsor Citadel when Reagan visited her there in June 1982. Reagan was the primary president to sleep over on the British royal household’s historic residence, an Eleventh-century property overlook the River Thames.

Whereas within the U.S. in 1983, the monarch and Philip stayed with the president and first girl Nancy Reagan at their ranch in Santa Barbara, California. She wished to experience horses once more, however a rainstorm would not permit it. The Reagans served a lunch of regional staples, together with enchiladas, chiles rellenos, refried beans, tacos, rice and guacamole.

In addition they hosted a state dinner for the queen in San Francisco on the M.H. de Younger Memorial Museum.

In this file photo dated May 1977, U.S. President Jimmy Carter, right, and Queen Elizabeth II stand with French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing at Buckingham Palace in London. (AP Photo, File)

On this file photograph dated Could 1977, U.S. President Jimmy Carter, proper, and Queen Elizabeth II stand with French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing at Buckingham Palace in London. (AP Photograph, File)

JIMMY CARTER

The queen hosted Carter in Could 1977 on his first abroad journey at a dinner for NATO leaders at Buckingham Palace. At one level, as Carter stood with the queen and different friends, he seen the arrival of the queen mom.

Ever the Southern gentleman, Carter broke away, took her by the hand and escorted her to the assembled line of friends.

The no-frills Georgia peanut farmer-turned-president ate rooster mousse off a gold plate and appeared excited by his dinner seating between the queen and her sister, Princess Margaret, and throughout from her son, Prince Charles, Prince Philip and the queen mom.

In this file photo dated July 7, 1976, U.S. President Gerald Ford dances with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II in the State Dining Room at the White House following a State Dinner in the queen's honor. (AP Photo/John Duricka, File)

On this file photograph dated July 7, 1976, U.S. President Gerald Ford dances with Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II within the State Eating Room on the White Home following a State Dinner within the queen’s honor. (AP Photograph/John Duricka, File)

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GERALD FORD

Ford threw a gala state dinner for the Brits in 1976 to mark the bicentennial of the American Revolution. The queen was resplendent in a diamond-studded tiara that sparkled for a crowd that included diplomats, star athletes and celebrities reminiscent of Cary Grant and Julie Harris.

The temper evaporated when Ford led the queen to the dance flooring whereas the tune “The Girl Is a Tramp” echoed all through the State Eating Room.

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