Donald Trump claims the Queen ‘never had so much fun’ during his state visit to UK

President Donald Trump and the Queen deep in conversation. (Image: PA)
Donald Trump has made a bold claim that his most recent meeting with Queen Elizabeth was the "most fun she's had in 25 years."

The President made the claim on US breakfast show Fox & Friends Friday - and the bragging didn't stop there.

He said: "I have such a great relationship, and we were laughing and having fun. And her people said she hasn't had so much fun in 25 years."

"Now, then I got criticized for it because they said we were having too much fun."

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President Trump and his wife Melania visited the UK between June 3 and 5.

They were joined by Trump’s grown-up children Don Jr, Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany, with the extended Trump brood treated to a State Dinner at Buckingham Palace.

Queen Elizabeth, who rarely shares her private thoughts, has celebrated many happy events in the 25-year time frame that the President referred to including her Golden and Diamond jubilees to the throne, family weddings and the birth of several great grandchildren.

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Not forgetting Royal Ascot in 2013 when her horse won the Gold Cup race and the 2012 London Olympics where she filmed a James Bond video with 007 actor Daniel Craig.

Trump later heralded her as an “incredible lady”.

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The 45th US President also said he had a "great relationship" with Prince Charles despite accidentally calling him the 'Prince of Whales' in a now deleted tweet.

"It doesn’t matter, but we have a great relationship and I had a great relationship with Charles, and honestly I have a very good relationship with a lot of the foreign leaders," he added.

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