Trump's trip will also include D-Day commemoration ceremonies in both Britain and France, and a stop in Ireland.
And the mayor of London apparently doesn't want him here at all.
Despite many political, policy and personal differences, the UK and United States still have many shared values - and interests - and it would be regrettable if such an important visit was overshadowed by the President's bombastic personality or planned protests.
Jeremy Corbyn, the socialist leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, who has declined an invitation to attend the state banquet, scolded Trump for getting involved in British politics. And, despite President Trump's tetchiness, it is paramount that this is not forgotten at the start of another momentous week.
He also said that Washington would be ready to sign a strong trade deal with Britain once it's out of the EU.
The experts add that they believe honouring the U.S. president with a state visit is "incompatible" with Britain's leadership on climate change.
The US President and First Lady will meet up with the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall again in the late afternoon. I hope she will raise the issue with him in public, as well as privately, so that Americans can see how much the president's climate change denial is damaging the worldwide standing of the United States. "I think he would be excellent".
China Plans Blacklist of US Technology Firms in Retaliation to Trade War
The U.S. government says Huawei is a potential espionage threat because of its close ties with the Chinese government. Bloomberg reported on Friday that China has a plan to restrict exports of rare earths to the USA if it needs to.
"If you don't get the deal you want, if you don't get a fair deal, then you walk away", he told the daily.
Speaking on a possible trade deal, the president said the USA has the potential to be an incredible trade partner.
Trump replied: "No, I don't think much of him, I think he's the twin of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio except shorter".
Mr Khan criticised the USA president for sharing his opinion on the Conservative Party leadership race after Mr Trump said former foreign secretary Boris Johnson would make an "excellent" prime minister.
While Mr Trump has visited the United Kingdom before, this is his first official state visit involving far more ceremonial and Royal events.
President Trump and his wife, Melania, should not receive the red carpet treatment when his "divisive behaviour flies in the face of the ideals America was founded upon - equality, liberty and religious freedom", the London politician said.