All the Queen's Men: See Photos of Queen Elizabeth Meeting 12 U.S. Presidents Through the Years
HARRY S. TRUMAN
Though she wasn't yet queen, Princess Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip, met President Truman and his wife Bess in 1951 during a visit to Washington, D.C.
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
Five years after her coronation, the young royal was back in Washington, D.C., for a 1957 state dinner at the White House with President Eisenhower and his wife, Mamie.
JOHN F. KENNEDY
Naturally, it was a glamorous affair when Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip welcomed the Kennedys to Buckingham Palace in 1961 for a dinner.
The only president Queen Elizabeth hasn't met in her time is Lyndon B. Johnson; the two would have crossed paths at President Kennedy's funeral, but she was unable to travel at the time due to her pregnancy with Prince Edward.
RICHARD M. NIXON
A young Prince Charles (rear, middle) joined his mother and father during President Nixon's Buckingham Palace visit in 1969.
On a 1976 state visit to the U.S., Queen Elizabeth shared a toast with President Ford at the White House.
The Queen Mother (center) chatted up President Carter during a late '70s dinner at Buckingham Palace that united several world leaders, including Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti (right).
The Queen and Prince Philip traveled all the way to California to meet with President Reagan in 1983, touring his Santa Barbara ranch with the then-POTUS and First Lady Nancy.
GEORGE H.W. BUSH
It was 1991 when the royals made another state visit to the U.S., this time joining the Bushes for an official dinner at the White House.
While on a three-day trip to England and Northern Ireland in 2000, President Clinton, First Lady Hillary and daughter Chelsea visited the queen for tea at Buckingham Palace.
GEORGE W. BUSH
The second President Bush traveled across the pond with wife Laura (not pictured) for his meeting with the queen and Prince Philip at Buckingham Palace in the summer of 2001.
President Obama's 2016 trip to London produced the cutest photo shoot ever, when POTUS and FLOTUS greeted a bathrobe-clad Prince George (and his parents!) following their royal duties at Windsor Castle.