Temporary signs indicate road closures around the USA ambassador's residence, where special fences have been erected prior to the US presidential visit at the end of the week, in Regent's Park in London, Britain, July 10, 2018.
After the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit, Trump will head to England, where Prime Minister Theresa May's government is in turmoil over her plans for exiting the European Union.
Trump's visit to England has him mostly skipping London, where he will only spend one night, in part due to the protests expected.
And with a giant "Trump Baby" balloon set to fly in the air over multiple demonstrations, US officials urged Americans to "keep a low profile" in the English capital. "He'll be laying unusually low for a USA president visiting Britain, thanks to the throngs of protests expected in central London", says Quartz.
The embassy listed a few "actions to take", including: being aware of surroundings, keeping a low profile, monitoring local media and exercising caution "if unexpectedly in the vicinity of large gatherings that may become violent".
There might have been a considerable lack of disrespectful fanfare when United States president Donald Trump was in Singapore last month, but Londoners, as it would appear, have a particularly in-your-face way of expressing themselves. The group was later granted permission by London Lord Mayor Sadiq Khan for the balloon to fly over London during Trump's visit.
Stripped of all the pomp of a full state visit, it seems that Trump will largely avoid the streets of London by meeting the PM at her country residence at Chequers, as well as the Queen at Windsor Castle.
Trump is set to visit the United Kingdom later this week after he attends a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels and before a highly anticipated meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.