The British queen shows the golf photos of the Donald Trump family

LONDON: British queen Elizabeth showed Donald Trump some of his family's golf memories when he gave the president of the USA. UU and his wife a guide of articles of historical American interest of the royal collection in.

Along with a copy of the Declaration of Independence of EE. UU And a mezzotint of Jorge III, the last American monarch, Trump was shown images of the father of the queen and his uncle Eduardo VIII playing in Scotland.

There was also a letter from George VI to his father, George V, saying that he had beaten his brother.

Trump, who owns two Scottish golf courses, asked questions and smiled as Elizabeth explained the provenance of the items, apparently taking an interest especially in golf items.

Among other historical artifacts, Elizabeth showed Trump a portrait of the first president of the United States and a draft copy of a telegram from George VI to American General Dwight Eisenhower after the D-Day invasion of France.

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla also attended the visit, as did Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner.

Charles' second son, Prince Harry, husband of former American actress Meghan Markle, and the second son of the queen, Prince Andrew, were also present on the tour.