President Barack Obama will be having lunch with Queen Elizabeth II for her 90th birthday at Windsor Castle this Friday. It will be his final time in London as President of the United States of America.
Later that afternoon, he will have a bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister, David Cameron where the two will then participate in a press conference.
For dinner, it is confirmed via Twitter that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, and Price Harry will host President and Mrs. Obama for dinner at Kensington Palace.
On Saturday, Obama will be participating in a town hall discussion with British youth at the Royal Horticultural Halls.
It is not Obama’s first time meeting with the Queen. Barack and first lady, Michelle, traveled to the United Kingdom together in 2011. A year later, Michelle visited again for the opening of the 2012 Olympics.
For this special visit, drones will be banned across London. Along with drones, balloons, kites, parachutes and all aircraft that fly below 2,5000 feet have been banned from flying above London and Windsor during the president’s visit.
So don’t use your drones this Friday! Who knew that your ‘toy’ would be such a problem for the president’s visit?