British Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump accompanied by US First Lady Melania Trump and Philip May, visit Number 10 Downing Street during the second day of his state visit on June 04, 2019 in London, England
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex wave from the Ascot Landau Carriage during the procession after their wedding in Windsor Castle.
Prime Minister Theresa May and her Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull planting an English oak tree in the grounds of her country residence, Chequers, Buckinghamshire.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their newborn son outside the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London.
A young boy looks as Dutch performer Ye Olde Bench during the National Living Statue Competition for the 454th birthday celebration of Shakespeare in the Bancroft Garden's in Stratford-Upon-Avon.
The Duke of Cambridge sits upon a Triumph Bobber motorcycle during a visit to the MIRA Technology Park in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, which supplies pioneering engineering, research and test services to the transport industry. MIRA was formerly known as the Motor Industry Research Association.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn arrives to deliver a Brexit speech at the National Transport Design Centre (NTDC), Coventry University Technology Park, in Coventry.
Daily Life in the migrant camp known as 'the jungle' during the week before the eviction of occupants by the French authorities in Calais, France.
A child is embraced by an army veteran during an Armistice Day service at the base of the Armed Forces Memorial at the National Arboretum, the service marks 100 years since the signing of the Armistice, which signalled the end of the First World War, in Alrewas, Staffordshire, Britain.
The game of bottle-kicking in Hallaton, Leicestershire. The game is played between Hallaton and the neighbouring village of Medbourne each Easter Monday in which participants compete to bring the bottle across a stream that separates the villages. The bottle is an old field barrel holding about a gallon of beer.
A steam engine train crosses over the Victoria Bridge on the Severn Valley Railway in near Bewdley.
The Prince of Wales, during a visit to Ty Hafan childrenâäs hospice in Sully, South Wales.
A Dachshund is groomed during the second day of Crufts 2018 at the NEC in Birmingham.
Competitors take part in the 31st Bog Snorkelling Championship, held in Llanwrtwd Wells where competitors from around the globe swim up and down a bog just outside of the town to get the best time and for fun. The current world record holder is Kirsty Johnson with a time of 1 minute 22.56 seconds. Llanwrtwd Wells, Wales
Brussels sprout harvested in Wolverhampton in the run up to Christmas. Parts of Britain woke to a blanketing of snow on Friday morning as forecasters warned up to 20cm (8in) could fall in some places.
Children from the Rockwood Academy are visited by the Secretary of Defence Michael Fallon as the school launch its new combined cadet force unit, the children were shown how to use various equipment and given berries by Michael Fallon Birmingham, UK.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh with members of the Royal Family wave to Princess Eugenie and her new husband Jack Brooksbank, as they leave St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle following their wedding.
A dog walker a top the Prestbury Hill Reserve, Gloucestershire (The reserve has some of the best-unimproved limestone grasslands on the cleave common escarpment), after the coldest night of the year in 2016.
Josef Jackson, 7, (front) and Corieme Preston sledging on the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire.
Prime Minister Theresa May hosts a roundtable meeting and attends the Qatar - UK Business & Investment Forum on the eve of Brexit in Birmingham, West Midlands.
A member of the public enjoys a cycle ride during the sunny early morning weather in Canon Hill Park, Birmingham, UK.
Leicester City fans celebrate their team's place at the top of the Premiership outside the King Power Stadium, Leicester City were 5,000-to-1 odds on winning the 2015/2016 season.
Carlos Heras-Palou, 53, performing hand surgery at Derby Nuffield Hospital. Mr Heras-Palou, an orthopaedic specialist surgeon, may have had his career saved by a new drug called 'Patisiran'. The rare disease, hereditary transthyretin-mediated amyloidosis (hATTR amyloidosis), progressed and destroyed the nerves in his hands, rendering them useless. However after an 18 month course of Patisiran the condition has halted and reversed.
Waves crash over the stone jetty wall in Aberystwyth in west Wales as Storm Eleanor lashed the UK with violent storm-force winds of up to 100mph, leaving thousands of homes without power and hitting transport links