US President Donald Trump will make a state visit to the UK in early June, Buckingham Palace is expected to announce later.
The president was promised the visit by Prime Minister Theresa May after he was elected in 2016 – but no date was set.
Downing Street did not comment on the matter when contacted by the BBC.
President Trump and the First Lady, Melania, met the Queen at Windsor Castle when they came to the UK in July 2018 for a two-day working visit.
During the trip, the president also held talks with met Mrs May at Chequers before heading to Scotland, where he owns the Turnberry golf course. The president’s last visit was marked by demonstrations around the UK.
In London, thousands of people took to the streets to voice their concerns.
And in Scotland, people showed their displeasure, both in Edinburgh and at Turnberry.