► The Queen greeted 15 world leaders, including Donald Trump, at an event in Portsmouth to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day. She was introduced to them by Prime Minister Theresa May. Each represented the allied nations that took part in D-Day. Here was the list in full:
US: President Trump
France: President Macron
Germany: Chancellor Merkel
Canada: Prime Minister Trudeau
Australia: Prime Minister Morrison
Belgium: Prime Minister Michel
Czech Republic: Prime Minister Babiš
Greece: President Pavlopoulos
Luxembourg; Prime Minister Bettel
Netherlands: Prime Minister Rutte
Norway: Prime Minister Solberg
Poland: Prime Minister Morawiecki
Slovakia: Deputy Prime Minister Raši
Denmark: Danish Ambassador Thuesen
New Zealand: Governor General Reddy
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