The Trump Baby blimp will fly over London once again
To mark Donald Trump's last visit to the UK, the people of London chose to erect a inflatable baby Trump in the skies, and now it's to set sail again.
The 45th President of the United States said it made him "feel unwelcome" last year, and it's bound to anger him again, as he makes his second state visit next week.
The Greater London Authority - which is headed up by mayor of London, Sadiq Kahn - has given the blimp the go ahead, and it's due to fly above parliament square on Tuesday. However, a decision is still to be made by the Metropolitan Police, who are expected to deliver their verdict on Monday - the first day of Trump's three-day state visit.
The effigy was organised by the Stop Trump coalition, who have stated that it will only fly when their charity fundraiser hits £30,000.
"Now that the GLA has given us permission, we’re almost ready to fly the baby," Anna Vickerstaff, a member of the group told ITV. "All we need now is for the public to help us to hit our fundraiser target in support of the groups who are fighting the impacts of Trump’s disastrous policies."
"We’ve promised to get the baby in the air again – but only if and when we raise money for these groups. We’re all for making a joke out of Trump, but we won’t let the opportunity pass to support those fighting the very serious impacts of what he’s doing."
And the people of Twitter naturally had quite the reaction to the news...
What a welcome, eh?