Trumps give Queen Elizabeth a brooch from Tiffany

President TrumpDonald TrumpHarry Reid reacts to Boehner book excerpt: 'We didn't mince words' Man arrested for allegedly threatening to stab undercover Asian officer in NYC Trump says GOP will take White House in 2024 in prepared speech MORE and first lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpTrump says Prince Philip's death an 'irreplaceable loss' for UK Twitter will not allow Trump account archive on platform Jill Biden unveils next phase of military families program MORE gave Queen Elizabeth II a flower brooch from Tiffany & Co. as part of the customary gift exchange during their state visit to the United Kingdom.

The silver and silk poppy flower brooch was wrapped in a custom White House wood jewelry box, according to the first lady's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham. 

The Trumps gave Prince Philip a personalized Air Force One jacket and a first-edition, signed autobiography by James Doolittle titled: “I Could Never Be So Lucky Again.”


In return, the queen on Monday gave President Trump an abridged first edition of Winston Churchill's "The Second World War" and a three-piece pen set.

Trump has publicly stated his admiration for Churchill: He had a bust of Churchill reinstalled in the Oval Office on the first day of his presidency and hosted a screening of “Darkest Hour,” which depicts Churchill’s early days in office, at the White House in 2017.

The president has also indicated in the past that he does not read much because he does not have time.

The first lady received a silver box that featured rose, thistle and shamrock images similar to the ceiling pattern in Buckingham Palace's music room.

The Trumps, as well as the president’s adult children and their spouses, attended a lavish state banquet on Monday hosted by the queen to cap off the first of his three-day state visit to the U.K.

President Trump caused a stir leading up to his arrival by responding to criticism from London Mayor Sadiq Khan and denying he called Meghan MarkleMeghan MarkleMeghan Markle will not travel for Philip's funeral due to pregnancy Prince Philip exemplified a greater generation of service and duty Harry and Meghan say Prince Philip 'will be greatly missed' MORE, the duchess of Sussex, "nasty." 

Thousands of demonstrators and a "Trump Baby" blimp are expected to turn out for a protest of the president's visit on Tuesday in London. Multiple outlets have reported that as many as 250,000 people may attend.