It is understood that US President Donald Trump will visit the United Kingdom in July.
A full announcement is likely to occur in the next day or two saying that the President will come for a low-key working visit.
President Trump was previously invited to come to the UK for a formal state visit in January this year, which was to tie in with the opening of the new United States Embassy in Battersea. However, controversy surrounding the trip and the fact that President Trump appeared none-too-pleased with the new Embassy location, meant that such a visit never arrived.
More than 1.8 million Britons signed a petition demanding that the President be prevented from making a state visit to the UK and the London Mayor, Sadiq Khan has warned the President that he is likely to face peaceful protests in the British capital when he arrives.
However, given the importance of the special relationship between the US and the UK, and the fact that it would be his first visit since becoming President in 2016, putting off such a visit is no longer viable.
Prime Minister Theresa May and President Trump have not always had the simplest of relationships but in recent weeks both have been able to show strength and unity in missile strikes that took place against the Syrian President Aashar Al-Assad.
With recent developments in the Brexit negotiations, it is also likely the Prime Minister will want to discuss trade with the US President, who has recently moved to create tariffs against the European Union.