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US President Bush's Trip to England

Images courtesy of The White House


Arriving in London for a State Visit to the United Kingdom, President George W. Bush is greeted by Prince Charles at London Heathrow Airport Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2003. This State Visit is the first time an American President has visited as a guest of the Queen since President Reagan's visit in 1982. White House photo by Eric Draper.


Arriving for the official ceremonial welcome for America's State Visit, President George W. Bush and Laura Bush are greeted by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at Buckingham Palace in London Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2003.


President George W. Bush and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, inspect the Guard of Honor during the ceremonial welcome at Buckingham Palace in London, Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2003.


The Household Calvary of Buckingham Palace parade by, from left, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, President George W. Bush, Laura Bush and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, during the ceremonial welcome at Buckingham Palace in London, Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2003.


President George W. Bush and Laura Bush listen to the playing of America's national anthem during an official welcome ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London, Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2003. Standing with them are Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The President and Mrs. Bush last visited Buckingham Palace July of 2001.


The Household Calvary of Buckingham Palace parade by the review stand during the ceremonial welcome at Buckingham Palace in London, Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2003. Household Troops have been serving the Royal Family since 1660.


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