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WOODROW WILSON AND GEORGE V
Although the meeting between George VI and FDR, depicted in Hyde Park on Hudson, marked the first time a British monarch traveled to the United States, it was roughly two decades earlier that the first sitting president traveled to England to meet a reigning royal. In 1918, Woodrow Wilson and his wife Edith stayed at Buckingham Palace as the invited guests of George V and his wife, Queen Mary. Wilson was on his way to the Paris peace conference at the end of World War I.