The Queen is having to entertain an unruly Donald Trump after the US President joked about ISIS to the French President.
The US President Donald Trump who was met by thousands of protesters in time for his appearance at Buckingham Palace, was one of the 28 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) country leaders who arrived in London for the 70th anniversary of the military alliance.
The president took on French President Emmanuel Macron for calling NATO 'brainless" over its handling of ISIS.
Inside the palace, NATO leaders along with the Queen and her children were present, apart from Prince Andrew, the Royal closest to Trump.
"Would you like some nice ISIS fighters? You can take as many as you want," Trump told Macron.
"It is true you have fighters coming from Europe but this is a tiny minority and I think the number one priority because it's not finished, is to get rid of Isis and terrorist groups.
"This is our number one priority and it's not yet done," replied Macron.
Trump also appeared to throw threats about NATO's funding.
"Some countries aren't fulfilling their financial commitments and maybe I'll deal with them from a trade standpoint."
This is President Trump's third visit to London and again there are thousands and thousands of protesters.