UK Prime Minister Theresa May will urge US President Donald Trump to avoid protesters in London during his planned visit to Britain in July and instead meet her at her country residence, according to British media.
The details of the plan will be given to the White House by Kim Darroch, British ambassador to the United States, The Sun newspaper reported on Sunday, citing a source.
Darroch will suggest to the White House that Trump does not visit 10 Downing Street and the British Parliament, the the UK daily reported.
The report said that May prefers the meeting with Trump to take place at Chequers, the country retreat for UK prime ministers located 40 miles (60 km) northwest of London.
Trump will also be asked to have tea with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, a royal residence located about 32 kilometers (20 miles) west of London and not at Buckingham Palace, according to the report.
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