DONALD Trump has arrived to London with his wife Melania for his first-ever visit to the UK as a US president after a two-day NATO summit where he declared the UK loves his position on immigration.
The US President and the First Lady landed at Stansted Airport, Essex, to start his visit to London and the south of England.
The couple waved from the Air Force One before descending the stairs and been greeted by the marine guard.
He then jumped on a helicopter and flown to US Embassy in Central London, where he will relax for a couple of hours before a dinner in Oxfordshire.
Mr Trump is coming directly from Brussels, where he was one of the main protagonists of the two-day NATO summit.
He said: “The UK loves me, in fact my mother was from the UK, they love me there even if they are not treating us well with trades, but they will.
"They like me a lot in the UK, I think they agree with me on immigration.
During a press conference that followed the end of the summit, the US President linked migrants with Brexit, saying the vote “happened because of immigration".
He added: “The EU needs to be very careful because immigration is taking over Europe.
"It's not me to say what the UK should be doing. But I would like to see them work out Brexit quickly.
"I would say Brexit is Brexit, the people wanted to break it up so I would imagine this is what they will do.