US President Donald Trump is expected to arrive in London on July 12 and the people of the city plan to protest against the controversial visit by putting up a huge balloon in the Parliament Square Gardens. The balloon will be in the sky for two hours and it will be a symbolic protest by Londoners against policies formulated by the US President.

The Telegraph reports that the 20-foot high, orange-colored giant balloon has been labeled “Trump Baby." The protesters have obtained necessary permission from the Greater London Authority. During his London visit, Trump is likely to meet the queen, and also Prime Minister Theresa May.

He could also make a trip to the golf courses he owns in Scotland.

Donald Trump will face protests in London

The relation between Donald Trump and Londoners had soured because of a war of words with London Mayor Sadiq Khan on issues like crime and terrorism. It began after a terror attack on London Bridge that took some lives, and Londoners campaigned to ensure that the president of the United States abandons any idea of his visit to Britain being labeled as a state visit.

The activist group known as Nona Hurkmans are behind the protest and are using the opportunity to express their feelings against the US president. A spokesman for the group has said that it wants to use the platform of humor to take a “stand against the rise of racist and fascist politics both here in the UK and over in the US.”

The protest could make for an uncomfortable moment or two for the president.

Possibly his advisors will work out some strategy to salvage the situation and save him from more embarrassment.

A novel protest against Donald Trump

Sky News adds that the balloon of action which was approved by the authorities raised funds generated through crowdfunding. It will be lifted to a reasonable height to ensure that it is visible from a long distance.

There will also be a “Stop Trump” march in the city.

The protest may even have the blessing of the Mayor of London because Trump and he are not friends at all. Different types of protests are allowed in the UK, and as long as the necessary permits are acquired, activists can go ahead, a spokesperson of the Mayor’s office said.

ABC noted that Khan's office told Sky, "The Mayor supports the right to peaceful protest and understands that this can take many different forms."

The Met Police will be in charge of local airspace to ensure that there are no hiccups. The activist group is in touch with relevant authorities like the Met and the Civil Aviation Authority. ABC reported that the activists could take "Trump Baby" on a world tour after the president's visit.