The Queen visits the Whitehouse in the US.
She has not visited since the summer.
The US has not confirmed she is there.
Here’s how she has been doing.
The Queen, who was born on July 1, 1950, has been at the WhiteHouse since 1952 and will make her first official visit to the White house in about 20 years.
She has been visiting Washington since January to attend the inauguration of her husband, Prince Philip, in Washington, DC.
The visit has been overshadowed by the coronavirus outbreak, which has affected more than a million Americans.
The monarch has said she wants to meet President Donald Trump, but did not mention who she might talk to.
“I will tell you who I think I might speak to,” she said in a speech at the National Press Club in Washington on Monday.
“But I will tell the president first, I want to meet him before the coronaviovirus epidemic has taken hold.”
Trump and the Queen have been discussing ways to tackle the outbreak and are set to hold a summit on Tuesday in Brussels.
But the Queen’s visit will be overshadowed by an outbreak of the coronovirus, which began spreading in the United States in late December and has since killed more than 3,300 people.
What do we know about the coronivirus?
The coronaviruses cause mild to severe illness, usually in young people.
They usually are found in the respiratory tract, and can cause pneumonia, high fever and muscle pain.
They can also cause pneumonia in adults.
About one-third of the infections can be prevented with early treatment.
How can the coronavets spread?
The virus can be transmitted by direct contact with an infected person.
The virus is spread through direct contact, such as coughing or sneezing.
Why are there so many coronavires?
The coronaviral spread is most prevalent in the Americas.
In North America, the virus has spread more rapidly and is more widespread.
The number of cases has risen in some regions.
The United States is home to nearly 60 million people.
More than 6,000 cases of coronavire are confirmed each day.
In some parts of the world, like South Korea and Japan, coronavviruses are more common, with about 40% of the total cases.