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Mr Trump joined The Queen , PM Theresa May and 15 Other World leaders in Portsmouth to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the largest combined land, air and naval operation in History - the D Day landings.
Here are pictures of some of the events on Wednesday.A flypast of historic aircraft - including this RAF Spitfire - is one of the highlights of the commemorations Crowds supported The Ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day, which was attended by 300 veterans Mr and Mrs Trump arrived at Southsea Castle , Portsmouth, in The Marine One helicopter ahead of The Event The Queen arrived by car, giving a royal wave to The Crowd Prime Minister Theresa May introduced The Queen to the gathered world leaders, including Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau , seen above on left The Event was attended by 15 world leaders, including (left to right) President Trump (with First Lady Melania) Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos , German Chancellor Angela Merkel , Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte , Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau The Queen stood next to President Trump, joined by Prince Charles, Prime Minister Theresa May and many Other World leaders Mr Trump took to the stage to give a speech in which he read the same prayer that President Roosevelt said in a radio message ahead of the D-Day landings Mrs May read a letter from Captain N W G Skinner, from The Royal Army Service Corp, written to his wife Two Days before setting sail for Normandy French President Emmanuel Macron began his speech by saying: "Let me first Thank You sincerely, on behalf of our nation" The Queen stood to thank veterans: "It is with humility and pleasure, on behalf of the entire country, indeed the whole free world, that I say to you all, Thank You " As part of the commemoration, the RAF's Red Arrows performed a flypast A stunning view from the sky shows the Red Arrows Close Up , with the stage and ceremony on the ground below The 60,000-strong crowd in Portsmouth looked to the sky, including Prince Charles, The Queen and Mr and Mrs Trump Helicopters flew over the stage as actress Sheridan Smith sang. Other aircraft flying overhead included Spitfires, Sentinels and Hawks Sheridan Smith performed a Vera Lynn hit, We'll Meet Again The Event included dancers performing to 1940s music An actor read out an extract from the journal of Royal Navy electrician R G Watts as he left Southampton for Normandy in June 1944: "The Troop Landing Craft was packed to full capacity. There was no cover for the Army, just standing or sitting, exposed to The Elements " The World leaders gathered for a group photo: (back row left to right) Slovakian Deputy Prime Minister Richard Rasi , Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki , Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau , Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel , Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg , Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel , Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis , Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison , Danish Ambassador to the UK Lars Thuesen , (Front Row left to right) New Zealand 's Governor-General Patsy Reddy , French President Emmanuel Macron , UK Prime Minister Theresa May , Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Queen Elizabeth Ii , US President Donald Trump , Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos , German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte More Than 300 veterans watched the hour-long commemoration, including 99-year-old John Jenkins , who was awarded the French Legion d'honneur medal, seen here with French President Emmanuel Macron Prince Charles also met veterans after The Event C-47 Dakota planes drop parachutists in Second World War clothing along the Normandy coast The display started earlier in the afternoon Mr and Mrs Trump then travelled to Southampton Airport where they boarded Air Force One to depart for Ireland
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