DONALD Trump is planning to bring all of his adult kids to the UK for his first full state visit next month, reports claim.
The US President and his wife Melania will be hosted by the Queen during a three-day visit starting on June 3 to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
But the first couple will not be making the trip across the pond alone, according to reports.
The Sun previously revealed that Ivanka, 37, is expected to join her dad for the controversial visit.
And now New York Times correspondent Maggie Haberman reported that his other three adult children will also descend on London.
“POTUS state visit to the UK is set to include not just the president’s children who work in the White House, but also his other adult children, per multiple people familiar with planning,” she tweeted.
This means Donald Trump Jr, 41, Eric Trump, 35 and Tiffany Trump, 25, could all make an appearance.
Trump’s youngest son Barron, 13, is not expected to join his parents for the official visit.
Perhaps the most unexpected addition would be Tiffany – fresh from a lavish taxpayer-funded trip to the Cannes Film Festival.
Government records reveal that the hotel rooms for Secret Service agents alone cost $19,213 (£15,180) – and that was only for three nights of the trip.
IVANKA 'A BANKER' TO JOIN DAD
The Sun revealed that ministers sparked fevered speculation that Ivanka will be on the plane to the UK by circulating plans for a ‘women’s economic empowerment’ strategy.
Ms Trump launched a global drive to boost women’s economic security three months ago.
A senior Government source said: “There’s no confirmation as yet, but she’s expected to be coming.”
A five-page draft empowerment plan was circulated two weeks ago by Ministers.
It includes a call for schools to publish the proportion of girls taking maths, science and STEM subjects in the hope more will sign up.
Another proposal suggests bringing forward ‘auto-enrolment’ on pensions for women – to ensure more have sufficient savings in later life.
A separate plan moots greater support for lone parents in low-paid jobs.
One Cabinet source said the strategy was expected to be unveiled “in June”.
President Trump arrives in the UK on June 3 before D-Day celebrations.
Ivanka – dubbed the ‘First Daughter’ – has taken on the cause of women’s rights ever since her father entered the White House.
She launched a drive in February to help bring economic security to 50million women across the world by 2025.
Penny Mordaunt, who has retained the Government’s equalities brief despite becoming Defence Secretary, is thought to be driving the UK’s women’s empowerment strategy with Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd.
Ms Mordaunt met Ivanka Trump in March during a visit to the US.
A senior source told The Sun: “The women’s empowerment whole issue has suddenly come back on the agenda here. I’m sure they’re getting this ready in case she comes.”
Theresa May’s chief of staff Gavin Barwell urged Government departments to think what could be done women’s empowerment late last year.
He urged them to work with No.10’s policy unit.
At the time, he said: “We need to ensure women can participate more fully in the workplace and are not held back by social attitudes in the career choices they make.”
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