It's no secret that Donald Trump is not well-liked around the world, including across Europe. One high-profiled name that typically stays out of politics is Queen Elizabeth, but she couldn't help but make a joke about the United States president.

The Queen on Trump

It was just a few years ago when former President Barack Obama met 91-year-old Queen Elizabeth, with the two appearing to get along well.

Obama has since spoken highly of the Queen since their meeting, and the former president's been known to have gotten along with many leaders in the region, while also being friendly with much of the Royal Family. Donald Trump, on the other hand, has not yet met with Queen Elizabeth, despite reports of a potential invitation being offered to the president. British Parliament debated whether or not to even invite Trump, and in January 2017, a petition was put together [VIDEO] and signed by hundreds of thousands of people in the United Kingdom to ban him from the meeting the Queen.

As reported by People Magazine on April 10, Queen Elizabeth recently say down for an interview for a documentary titled "The Queen’s Green Planet." During the filming, a helicopter flew overhead, causing a disturbance in the filming due to the loud noise.

In response, the Queen replied, "Sounds like President Trump."

Royal Wedding

One of the biggest stories of 2018 is the upcoming Royal Wedding involving Prince Harry and Meghan Markle where the United Kingdom is getting ready for a national celebration. The event will take place on Saturday, May 19 and will be held at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. The wedding will be televised across the world, with pool cameras set up for all major networks to be able to broadcast the live feed.

The wedding made headlines [VIDEO] in the United States when it was announced that the Obamas would be invited, but the Trumps would not.The Obama family has since announced that they would not be attending, likely to avoid an uncomfortable clash between themselves and President Donald Trump. Earlier this year during an interview with Piers Morgan, Trump was pressed on his thoughts about not getting invited to the Royal Wedding, but dismissed it as a non-issue, wishing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle all the best. "I really want them to be happy. They look like a lovely couple," Trump said. When asked his response to Markle labeling him "divisive" and "misogynistic," Trump shrugged his shoulders and said "I still hope they're happy."