Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has in the past accused President Trump of being 'divisive' (Image: GETTY)
The American-born royal has in the past described the US President as “misogynistic” and “divisive” and supported Democrat Hillary Clinton during the 2016 Presidential election. On Thursday it was announced Mr Trump is planning on bringing his four adult children with him when he travels across the water to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day landings. The Queen will host a state banquet for the the Trumps, with senior royals including Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate all in attendance.
But new mum Meghan, 37, is expected stay home with baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, whom she gave birth to on May 6 at the American-owned Portland Hospital in central London.
The Duke of Sussex, 34, is also expected to skip the dinner.
While Harry has stepped out for royal engagements and Lady Gabriella’s wedding, the duchess and her newborn have not been seen in public since May 8.
In April royal expert Duncan Larcombe told the Sun: “I’m told that there are no plans for Meghan to meet President Trump.
Meghan has not been seen in public since introducing baby Archie on May 8 (Image: GETTY)
“Not as a snub because – how shall we say – it’s a quite convenient period of maternity leave so she won’t be working,’ he added.
The fact she’s on maternity leave obviously gives her an excuse.”
While members of the Royal Family are not allowed to publicly express their political views, Meghan openly discussed her dislike for Mr Trump, 72, in the run up to the 2016 US presidential election before she was a royal.
During an interview on The Nightly Show, the former Hollywood actress laid bare her true feelings about the man running to lead her country.
She said: “Yes, of course read more.....