President Kennedy With Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth and 12 U.S. Presidents

From Truman to Obama, a survey of Her Majesty's presidential parleys

Queen Elizabeth II is set to meet with President Donald Trump next week when he visits Great Britain for the first time in his presidency. The meeting, which is expected to take place at Windsor Castle, will make Trump the 13th U.S. President the Queen, aged 92, has met in her lifetime. Here, a look back at her many presidential visits. (Above: The Queen with John F. Kennedy in 1961.)

THE TRUMAN SHOW Keystone/Getty Images THE TRUMAN SHOW Then-Princess Elizabeth with President Harry Truman in 1951. DINNER WITH IKE Keystone/Getty Images DINNER WITH IKE With President Dwight D. Eisenhower at a White House State banquet in 1957. PALACE MEETING S010/COLLECTION SALINGER/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images PALACE MEETING With President Kennedy in 1961. ROYAL TOUR Bettmann/Bettmann Archive ROYAL TOUR With President Richard Nixon in 1970. DANCING QUEEN Wally McNamee/Corbis via Getty Images DANCING QUEEN With President Gerald Ford during a White House State dinner in 1976. DINNER COMPANION Bettmann/Bettmann Archive DINNER COMPANION With President Jimmy Carter at a Buckingham Palace dinner in 1977. HORSE DIPLOMACY Bob Thomas/Popperfoto/Popperfoto/Getty Images HORSE DIPLOMACY Out for a ride with President Ronald Reagan in 1982. WHOLE BALLGAME Wally McNamee/Corbis via Getty Images WHOLE BALLGAME Meeting members of the Oakland A's with President George H.W. Bush in 1991. FAMILY PHOTO PAUL J .RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images FAMILY PHOTO The Queen with Hillary Clinton, President Clinton, and their daughter Chelsea in 2000. WELCOME CEREMONY Getty Images WELCOME CEREMONY Greeting President George W. Bush and Laura Bush in 2003. FIRST MEETING WPA Pool/Getty Images FIRST MEETING Posing with President Obama, Michelle Obama, and Prince Philip in 2009. It was on this day that Michelle Obama caused a stir when she briefly put her arm around the Queen. At first, it was perceived as a breach in royal protocol, but a Buckingham Palace spokesperson clarified that it was merely "a mutual and spontaneous display of affection and appreciation between the Queen and Michelle Obama."