The reports come straight from the U.K.'s The Sunday Times.
They claim the Monarch will send the invitation for an official visit after Donald is sworn in as president, next January. In turn, she'll also congratulate him for his inauguration.
Despite these reports, Her Majesty is yet to comment on the surprise US election.
Britain's longest-reigning monarch has met with every single American president since she assumed the throne in 1952 apart from President Lyndon B. Johnson.
It is tradition for the Queen to issue America's Commander-in-Chief an official invite for a state visit at least once once during their four or eight-year term.
The politician and their partner are usually hosted for dinner, along with a stay at Windsor Castle.
Donald recently made headlines for his comments surrounding the royal family.
His appearance on the Howard Stern Show, back in 1997, resurfaced.
Just weeks after her tragic passing, Donald claimed on the radio show that he could have had relations with the royal.
“Why do people think it’s egotistical of you to say you could’ve gotten with Lady Di?” the radio host asked Donald in the interview.
“You could’ve gotten her, right? You could’ve nailed her.”
Trump replied, “I think I could have.”
Years later, in 2002, the reality star added to his previous comments, again during a chat with Howard Stern.
Saying she was “crazy, but these are minor details," Howard asked, “Would you have slept with her?”
“Without even hesitation,” Donald remarked.
No official word whether other members of the royal family will be involved with the state visit.