Donald Trump: £66k spent on entertainment during his visit to the UK
The four-day trip in July last year cost £225,075 in venue and production costs and a further £65,960 in “entertainment“, according to Foreign Office figures.
In total, the visit cost more than £14.5m, with much of the expense down to increased policing.
The political leaders enjoyed a black tie dinner with 150 guests at Bleinheim where they dined on smoked salmon, steaks and strawberries.
The event was marred when Mr Trump was forced to backtrack on to The Sun newspaper that Mrs May’s Brexit blueprint would “kill off” a trade deal with the US.
The Queen and Donald Trump inspect a guard of honour at Windsor Castle
Figures obtained by the Press Association previously showed the cost of policing the 45th president‘s visit was £14.3m.
Thousands of officers were drafted in from every force in the UK for security and the Home Office reimbursed £7.9m to the three forces in England that hosted the president – the Metropolitan Police, Thames Valley Police and Essex Police.
The Treasury also refunded Police Scotland, which spent £3.2m while Mr Trump played golf at his resort in Ayrshire on both days of the “private visit”.