THE Queen is to host Joe Biden at Windsor Castle — making him the 13th US President to meet her.
Mr Biden and First Lady Jill will see the monarch next Sunday when they are in Britain for the G7 Summit.
Biden is a long-time pal of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle[/caption]
The Queen was just Princess Elizabeth when she met her first president, Harry Truman, at the White House in 1951.
His successor, Dwight Eisenhower, saw her twice, before John F Kennedy came to Buckingham Palace for a banquet.
She never met Lyndon B Johnson — though her sister Margaret did on her US tour in 1965.
Trump broke royal protocol on several occasions, including forcing the Queen to wait for 15 minutes.
Mr Biden, 78, and wife Jill, 70, will be in Cornwall next weekend — his first overseas trip as president.
However Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, said Harry is unlikely to be mentioned amid the ongoing Megxit feud.
She said: “Joe Biden appears to be a well-mannered man and won’t mention Harry as it would be quite rude.
“It is likely to be tea at Windsor Castle and very civil.”
Buckingham Palace said: “The Queen will meet the President of the United States of America and First Lady Jill Biden at Windsor Castle on Sunday, 13th June 2021.”
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Princess with Truman in 1951[/caption]
Queen & Eisenhower in 1957[/caption]
Dining with Kennedy in 1961[/caption]
Nixon and Queen in 1969[/caption]
Dancing with Ford in 1976[/caption]
With Carter at 1977 dinner[/caption]
With Reagan on 1982 visit[/caption]
Bush Snr hosts Queen in 1991[/caption]
Clinton on 1994 London trip[/caption]
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Obama’s London visit in 2011[/caption]
A toast with Trump in 2019[/caption]
… and the one she didn’t meet: Lyndon B Johnson[/caption]