It was a spectacle to behold in Portsmouth, UK as Donald Trump joined the Queen to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
Along with the Queen, Trump was joined by 15 world leaders who gathered to commemorate the largest land, air and naval operation in history.
The event marks the end of Trump's three-day visit to the UK, which has been jam-packed filled with colourful events.
Speaking about the commemoration, Trump said he was looking forward to marking the event, which, in his words "may have been the greatest battle ever".
Each country who is represented at the event have pledged to make a joint agreement to ensure that the events of World War II will never be repeated.
Stepping out in a bright pink ensemble, the Queen looked radiant as she stood alongside her son Prince Charles.
Meanwhile, Trump was accompanied by his wife Melania, who wore a cream ensemble complete with an angled hat.
As the Queen entered, British PM Teresa May introduced her to members from the allied nations who took part in the ceremony.
On Thursday, it is expected that memorial services will take place to mark the 75 year anniversary, which took place on 6 June 1944.
It marked the start of a campaign to liberate north-west Europe, which was Nazi-occupied at the time.
This event will mark the final day of Trump's three day tour, which included a state banquet at Buckingham Palace alongside the Queen, Princes Charles and William and Duchess Catherine.
There's no denying his visit to the UK has come with its controversy, with many in Britain taking to the streets to voice their concerns around the president's decisions as a world leader.
His wife Melania hasn't come without causing some flurried discussion either, wearing a number of ensembles that had many wondering if she was attempting to channel prominent royals Princess Diana and Meghan Markle.