The paper reported these remarks of an "official" who said: "Logistically, it would make sense if the president attends a state visit [in the UK] in June because he's planning to be in France for the D-Day anniversary".
Prime Minister Theresa May extended the invitation for a state visit soon after Trump's inauguration in January 2017, but the trip has been deferred amid concerns about the president's reception in the United Kingdom and Britain's extended crisis over Brexit.
In addition to meeting the Queen, the president will participate in a bilateral meeting with prime minister Theresa May.
President Donald Trump is likely to be invited to a formal state visit to the U.K.in June.
"The state visit is an opportunity to strengthen our already close relationship in areas such as trade, investment, security and defence, and to discuss how we can build on these ties in the years ahead", she said.
On 5 June, he and other representatives of the World War II Allies - as well as Germany - are expected to attend a major global event in Portsmouth to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
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He would be expected to meet the Queen at Buckingham Palace and then head to France for the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
Trump was first invited for a state visit - an offer that must be extended by the Queen - in 2017 right after being sworn into office. It follows state visits by President George W. Bush in November of 2003 and President Barack Obama in May of 2011.
Trump finally made an official trip to the United Kingdom last summer, though that was not a state visit.
"We have to march in huge numbers against his racism, misogyny, transphobia, and the threat he poses to the planet", activist and write Owen Jones wrote, in a tweet that was shared by the U.K.'s Stop Trump Coalition. I really look forward to meeting her.
Protesters against Trump's previous visit used a variety of means to communicate their disapproval, from flying a "Trump Baby" blimp to holding protest signs along streets in Scotland - where Trump paid a two-day visit to his Turnberry golf resort.
It's rare for a state visit to be announced just a few weeks before it takes place.