President Donald Trump met with Queen Elizabeth II on Friday, but he received a less than warm welcome from the Brits. Thousands of protesters took to the streets in various cities throughout the UK because the business mogul doesn't exactly have the best track record with the royal family.

In an interview with Howard Stern in 1997, just months after Princess Diana's death, Trump insisted that he "could have" slept with the late royal — as long as she passed an HIV test.

During the sit-down, which originally resurfaced days before the Princess of Wales' son, Prince Harry, married actress Meghan Markle, Stern asked him, "Why do people think it's egotistical of you to say you could've gotten with Lady Di? You could've gotten her, right? You could've nailed her?" The president replied, "I think I could have."

The radio host then demonstrated a scene where Trump demands Princess Diana get tested. "Hey Lady Di, would you go to the doctor?" Stern laughed. "Go back over to my Lexus, because I have a new doctor," Trump added. "We wanna give you a little checkup."

In a separate interview with Stern in 2000, Trump again mentioned Princess Diana and told the radio DJ he would have slept with her "without even hesitation."

"I tell you what, I think she's magnificent," Trump said. "Lady Di was truly a woman with great beauty. I've seen her a couple of times. She was really beautiful, and people didn't realize that beautiful. She was supermodel beautiful. She had the height, she had the beauty, she had the skin, the whole thing."

In 2015, former British TV anchor Selina Scott wrote in The Sunday Times that the now 71-year-old saw Di as "the ultimate trophy wife" and tried to flirt with her following her divorce from Prince Charles. He even sent bouquets of flowers to Kensington Palace.

Scott wrote, "As the roses and orchids piled up at her apartment she became increasingly concerned about what she should do. It had begun to feel as if Trump was stalking her." She added that the princess asked her: "What am I going to do? He gives me the creeps."

According to a new poll by ITV, 77 percent of the British public have an unfavorable view of the American president and nearly half of the population believe he shouldn't have met with the Queen.