It has vowed to gather near the United States ambassador's residence in London, where Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will stay Thursday night, and outside Blenheim Palace, wartime leader Winston Churchill's birthplace, which hosts the pair for dinner prior.
Trump's travel ban targeting several Muslim-majority countries and his re-tweeting of a message posted by the deputy leader of the far-right Britain First party, who has since been jailed for religiously aggravated harassment, both led to widespread condemnation in the country.
The visit, which coincides with Theresa May's second anniversary as Prime Minister, is expected to be met by protests, including the flying of a blimp depicting the 45th president of the USA as an angry orange baby over London.
"All the details are still TBC but once little Donald has been run out of Britain in July, we will start to put together an itinerary - so if your community is unlucky enough to be expecting a visit from the orange sex pest, please get in touch after the 14th".
When a date for the United Kingdom trip - billed as a "working visit" rather than a state occasion - was finally confirmed last month, it ended a months-long back-and-forth over when Trump would at last pay a call on America's closest ally.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who has been criticised by Trump for his handling of the aftermath of terror attacks in Britain, gave the go-ahead on Thursday for the giant blimp to be flown near the British parliament.
"He said he would love to do a bilateral trade deal". But the US President will spend hardly any time in London, minimizing the risk of awkward encounters with angry protesters. And after spending the weekend with first lady Melania Trump in Scotland, Trump will head to Helsinki to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on July 16.
The amount raised by the Trump Baby crowdfunder means that the balloon will be following the President around the globe, organisers have said.
"Trump s visit is an important moment to recognise our close relationship", a spokeswoman for May told reporters. In January, Mr. Trump abruptly called off a planned visit to London because he wasn't happy with the deal the US made to move its embassy in the city.
"I know the man doesn't drink but sure, we could make him a cup of tea".
The Trumps' meeting with the Queen will not, however, count as an official state visit, as previously reported by the Inquisitr. Blenheim is the birthplace of Winston Churchill.
The president and first lady will fly on Friday evening to Scotland. In a crowdfunding request, they wrote that they want the balloon to shadow the president, "haunting the skies - and hopefully the dreams - of the stain on the office of President that is Donald Trump Senior".