President Trump is on the second day of his three-day state visit to the UK, joined by his wife, First Lady Melania Trump.

Mr and Mrs Trump visited Downing Street for talks with Prime Minister Theresa May and will attend an evening banquet at Winfield House, the London residence of the US ambassador.

Day one of state visit in pictures

Protests against Mr Trump's state visit have been held in central London. Here are pictures of events on Tuesday.

Image copyright Reuters Image caption In Parliament Square, protesters started the day by inflating a giant balloon depicting Mr Trump as a baby. Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mr Trump travelled from Buckingham Palace to St James's Palace for a business roundtable discussion with Prime Minister Theresa May and others Image copyright AFP Image caption The breakfast meeting of British and US business leaders was intended to boost trade links between the two countries Image copyright Getty Images Image caption At Downing Street, the red carpet was rolled out in preparation for Mr Trump's meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mr and Mrs Trump arrived at Downing Street in the vehicle Cadillac One, an enhanced limousine known as the "Beast" Image copyright EPA Image caption The Trumps posed for photographers outside Number 10 alongside Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband, Philip May Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Earlier in the day, Mrs May said the UK and US had "a great partnership" and could shape and influence the global economy if they worked together Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Inside Downing Street, Mr and Mrs Trump were shown a copy of the American Declaration of Independence Image copyright AFP Image caption Ivanka Trump (centre) and Woody Johnson, US ambassador to the UK (left), also joined Mr and Mrs Trump Image copyright AFP Image caption All the frenzied activity proved too much for Larry the Downing Street cat, who settled under Mr Trump's armoured Cadillac, known as the "Beast" Image copyright Reuters Image caption Meanwhile, a protest against the state visit started in Trafalgar Square nearby Image copyright EPA Image caption The protest included a model of Mr Trump seated on a golden toilet Image copyright Reuters Image caption Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke at a rally against the state visit Image copyright AFP Image caption Mr Trump said he had turned down a request from Mr Corbyn to meet during the visit. A Labour spokesman said Mr Corbyn remained "ready to engage with the president on a range of issues, including the climate emergency, threats to peace and the refugee crisis" Image copyright AFP Image caption President Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May gave a joint press conference at the Foreign and Commonwealth office Image copyright PA Image caption During the press conference Theresa May recalled the moment Mr Trump suggested she sue the European Union over Brexit negotiations. Mr Trump replied: "I would've sued and settled maybe, but you never know. She's probably a better negotiator than I am" Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mrs Trump and Mr May met the children of US embassy and Downing Street staff at an Anglo-American themed garden party at Number 10. A brass band played as the families enjoyed British and American games, from croquet to basketball, and ate popcorn and hot dogs Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall joined Mr and Mrs Trump for dinner at the US ambassador's residence in Regent's Park, London Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption They enjoyed a European menu served alongside American wine. Mrs and Mr May, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Cabinet Secretary Mark Sedwill were also among the guests Image copyright PA Image caption The president proposed a toast to the Queen, who was represented at the dinner by Prince Charles Image copyright PA Image caption Tory leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt (far right) is expected to get a separate meeting with the US president on the final day of his UK visit

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