Ahead of the meeting between Theresa May and Donald Trump, a look back at the close ties between the U.S. and Britain.
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British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and President Reagan share a chuckle amid a meeting of the Allied pioneers in New York on October 24, 1985. The characterizing picture of British and U.S. relations before the finish of the Cold War was of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and President Ronald Reagan.
President Reagan drives Britain Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher toward their meeting in Camp David on November 15, 1986, after her landing by helicopter from Washington. Indeed, even this relationship was subjected to strains, in any case. Thatcher was irritated by the U.S. attack of Grenada, a Commonwealth country in 1983. In 2014 a recording of a telephone call by Reagan, apologizing to Thatcher, was discharged. REUTERS/Anthony Hayward
President Ronald Reagan and Britain's Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher move in the lobby of the White House amid a State Dinner in Thatcher's respect November 16, 1988 in Washington. REUTERS/Larry Rubenstein
President Bill Clinton and Hillary sing the U.S. national song of praise, remaining close by British Prime Minister John Major and spouse Norma amid a D-Day remembrance service at the American Cemetery and Memorial in Cambridge June 4, 1994. REUTERS/Stringer
President Bill Clinton toasts with British Prime Minister John Major amid a formal supper at the Prime Minister's legitimate home at No. 10 Downing Street, November 29, 1995. REUTERS/Stringer
President Bill Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair talk together amid the NATO marking function at the Elysee Palace May 27, 1997. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
President George W. Shrub (R) puts his hand on the back of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) as they enter 10 Downing Street in London, November 20, 2003. The exceptional relationship was fortified again with the co-operation of Prime Minister Tony Blair and President George W. Hedge over the Iraq War. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
President George W. Bramble shakes hands with British Prime Minister Tony Blair minutes in the wake of accepting a note from U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld given to him by National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice educating the president "Iraq is sovereign" amid the opening working session of the NATO Summit at the Istanbul Convention and Exhibition Center in Istanbul, Turkey, June 28, 2004. The president gave back the note to Dr.
President George W. Hedge and British Prime Minister Tony Blair leave the East Room of the White House subsequent to addressing columnists about Iraq in Washington May 25, 2006. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
President Barack Obama and Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown stroll through the Colonnade at the White House in Washington, March 3, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Young
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown grins amid a joint news gathering with President Barack Obama at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London April 1, 2009. REUTERS/Jason Reed
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and President Barack Obama leave 10 Downing Street in London April 1, 2009. REUTERS/Toby Melville
President Barack Obama plays table tennis against understudies with British Prime Minister David Cameron at the Globe Academy in London May 24, 2011. Obama was famous in Britain and Prime Minister David Cameron was quick to depict their closeness, rather than the more cumbersome way of his ancestor Gordon Brown. REUTERS/Larry Downing
President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron each eat sausage at a first round "Initial Four" session of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament between Mississippi Valley State and Western Kentucky at the University of Dayton Arena in Ohio, March 13, 2012.
President Barack Obama respects Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron on board Air Force One as they leave to go to Ohio to watch one of the opening amusements of the NCAA Men's Basketball competition, from Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, March 13, 2012.
British Prime Minister Theresa May investigates toward President Barack Obama amid the lunch get-together at the United Nations General Assembly in New York September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
President Barack Obama and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May touch base to address journalists after their respective meeting close by the G20 Summit, in Ming Yuan Hall at Westlake Statehouse in Hangzhou, China September 4, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
President Donald Trump meets with British Prime Theresa Minister May in the White House Oval Office in Washington, January 27, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
President Donald Trump welcomes British Prime Minister Theresa May as she touches base at the White House in Washington, January 27, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and U.S. VP George Bush interruption for the push on the patio of the Vice President's habitation before a breakfast meeting November 15, 1986. REUTERS/C. Combes