President Donald Trump has arrived in the U.K. to begin his first visit to the country as America’s commander in chief.
Trump arrived from the NATO summit in Brussels, touching down at Stansted Airport, 42 miles northeast of London. He then boarded a helicopter alongside first lady Melania for the journey to the U.S. Embassy in London, the BBC reported.
The president will spend the vast majority of his time outside of London and other major cities, where mass demonstrations have been planned to protest his visit. Trump is not popular among Britons, and this is especially true in London, whose mayor, Sadiq Khan, has criticized Trump several times.