President Trump in the UK

6:19 p.m. ET, July 13, 2018

Trump and May "never bonded better," source says

US President Donald Trump (L) and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (R) talk during a press conference following their meeting at Chequers on July 13, 2018.
US President Donald Trump (L) and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (R) talk during a press conference following their meeting at Chequers on July 13, 2018.

President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May got along very well during their dinner Thursday at Blenheim Palace in the United Kingdom, a source with knowledge of the discussions told CNN. 

The two “never bonded better,” and talked almost the whole night, the source added. 

During May’s speech at dinner, Trump’s “eyes lit up” at her words and talk about the relationship between the two countries. That likely made him more amenable to apologize to May about the comments he made about May to The Sun, the source said.

The dinner took place around the same time Trump's interview with The Sun was published.

3:50 p.m. ET, July 13, 2018

President Trump has landed in Scotland

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump arrive at Glasgow Prestwick Airport on July 13, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump arrive at Glasgow Prestwick Airport on July 13, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump have arrived in Glasgow, Scotland, where they will spend the weekend at his golf club in Turnberry.

Air Force One landed at Prestwick Airport at 8:22 p.m. local time (3:22 p.m. ET).

Trump owns two high-profile courses in Scotland: the Trump International Golf Links situated amid the dunes of Aberdeen and Trump Turnberry in the southwest.

2:54 p.m. ET, July 13, 2018

Air Force One is wheels up en route to Scotland

President Trump is on his way to Glasgow, Scotland, for the weekend.

A White House official told CNN earlier the President's flight had been delayed because he was talking with British journalist Piers Morgan.

Some of it was a private conversation, but some of it also was an interview. 

2:05 p.m. ET, July 13, 2018

London roads reopen after anti-Trump marches

London's Metropolitan Police tweeted that Regent Street — one of the main streets where protesters were marching against President Trump's UK visit — and others around the city have reopened after this morning's rallies.

Here's what regent street looked like this morning during the protests:

TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images
TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images

1:50 p.m. ET, July 13, 2018

Trump will spend the weekend in Scotland

Trump and the first lady disembark Air Force One at Stansted Airport, north of London, on Thursday.
Trump and the first lady disembark Air Force One at Stansted Airport, north of London, on Thursday. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

President Trump just wrapped up his two-day tour of England. Tea with the Queen was the last scheduled event.

He'll spend the weekend in Scotland, where his mother was born. He also owns two high-profile courses in Scotland: the Trump International Golf Links situated amid the dunes of Aberdeen and Trump Turnberry in the southwest.

On Monday, President Trump will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland.

1:16 p.m. ET, July 13, 2018

The Trumps just left tea with the Queen

Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump departed Windsor Castle after 48 minutes inside, CNN's Kate Bennett reports.

The Trumps were there for tea with Queen Elizabeth II. Here's footage of their motorcade leaving the castle:

1:14 p.m. ET, July 13, 2018

"I really do care" shirts have made their way to London

Ann-Marie Fields, 44, attended today's protest in London wearing a shirt that reads, "I really do care. Don't u?" — a protest slogan that's become popular at anti-Trump administration rallies in the US.

The shirt is a reference to the controversial jacket Melania Trump wore on the day she visited a US facility holding immigrant children separated from their families. The first lady's Zara coat read "I really don't care. Do u?"

In the days after Trump wore the jacket, American protesters rallying against family separations at the US border began wearing similar shirts. Many were spotting at the June 30 immigration rallies.