But trip planners may go out of their way to shield Mr. Trump from viewing another aspect of the greeting: an oversized balloon depicting the president as an angry baby in a diaper that will be flown from Parliament Square during what are expected to be massive gatherings of protesters opposed to the USA leader's presence.
But the president will avoid London nearly entirely during his trip, which has been characterised as an attempt to avoid humiliation over the planned protests surrounding his visit.
A giant inflatable "Trump baby" will be taken to Scotland to coincide with the USA president's visit over the weekend.
The president is scheduled to meet with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth during his visit.
He will then travel to Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, where Theresa May will host a black-tie dinner with 100 guests and ministers.
The demonstration is organised by 'Scotland United Against Trump.' It is to be noted that the US President is also expected to visit Scotland, where he owns a number of golf resorts, the day after his visit to London, read a statement by the Foreign Press Association.
"I said "If the President is coming to town I'll call it the Trump Arms", he said. We are living in very volatile times and so I hope nothing gets out of hand and I hope people can act civilly.
"He's come out of the woodwork now and I've seen it the last few days; there's huge positivity for what we've done here".
Ahead of Trump's visit, the PM said: "There is no stronger alliance than that of our special relationship with the U.S. and there will be no alliance more important in the years ahead".
But there are still plenty of detractors, as loudly demonstrated by a passenger in vehicle driving past the U.S. flag-adorned pub who shouted "F*** Trump", to which Mr Smyth chuckled.
Eric Trump is playing golf at the Trump International Golf Links at Menie, Aberdeenshire, and also plans to visit Trump Turnberry, near Girvan, South Ayrshire.
He has clashed in the past with May - even though she is a fellow conservative who shares his view that defense spending should be hiked - and with her predecessor, David Cameron, who challenged Mr. Trump's anti-Muslim campaign stance as "divisive, stupid and wrong".
Britain "is in somewhat turmoil", Trump said before departing Washington, remarking that dealing with Putin might surprisingly be the easiest part of the European trip.
"Donald Trump likes to pose as an worldwide tough guy, but it looks like he's too scared to face protesters in London", the group Stand Up to Trump declared in a statement, alluding to the USA president's reported plans to steer clear of the streets of London.
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