Former President Donald Trump is set to publish a private letter written to him by King Charles III nearly three decades ago, allegedly without the British monarch’s OK.
The note, penned by the then-Prince of Wales in 1995, will appear in “Letters to Trump,” which contains the 45th president’s collection of correspondence with world leaders and celebrities, among them Vladimir Putin, Princess Diana, Alec Baldwin and Arnold Palmer.
The Daily Telegraph reported that in the missive to Trump, now 76, Charles thanks the real estate mogul for offering him an honorary membership to his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach.
The prince wishes Trump success in his venture and expresses an interest in visiting his Florida estate, according to the outlet.
The future king also reportedly invited Trump to drop by Charles’ Institute of Architecture in London.
“Letters to Trump” hits shelves Tuesday, fewer than two weeks before the coronation of Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Trump heaped praise on Charles after the passing of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in September, writing in a post on his Truth Social platform that he “will be a great and wonderful king.”
The former president last met Charles and other senior members of the royal family in 2019, when he and wife Melania attended a state banquet at Buckingham Palace. The year before, he met Queen Elizabeth for tea at Windsor Castle — and infamously kept the monarch waiting for 12 minutes.
In interviews over the years, the one-term president has said that his two trips to the UK in 2018 and 2019 were among the highlights of his time in office.
“Letters to Trump,” which retails for a whopping $99, also contains a letter that Princess Diana sent to Trump — whom she addressed simply as “Donald,” — fewer than two months before her death in a Paris car wreck.
In her note dated July 3, 1997, Diana thanks Trump for flowers he had had delivered to her home on her 36th birthday.
“They truly are quite magnificent, and I am deeply touched that you have thought of me in this special way,” she reportedly wrote.
Months after Diana’s death, Trump boasted in a radio interview with Howard Stern that he “could have” had sex with the late royal — but only if she passed an HIV test first.
That was not the last time that Trump would run afoul of the Windsors: In 2012, he publicly criticized Kate Middleton, Prince William’s wife, after photos of her sunbathing topless in France were published in a magazine, sparking an uproar.
“Kate Middleton is great—but she shouldn’t be sunbathing in the nude—only herself to blame,” Trump tweeted at the time.
Royal biographer Christopher Anderson wrote in his new book, “The King: The Life of Charles III,” that Trump’s tweet drew “torrents of profanity” from Prince Charles and his sons.”
“Letters to Trump” also includes an exchange between Trump and Putin from 2013 concerning the arrival to the Miss Universe Pageant to Russia.
Also included in the book are letters from other controversial foreign leaders, including North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
There are also notes addressed to Trump from former US presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
The 320-page hardcover volume also contains notes from a roster of A-listers, including Liza Minelli, Regis Philbin, Jay Leno and Oprah Winfrey, who wrote to the former host of “The Apprentice” that he made her “a little weepy” after praising her in a book.
“I knew them all,” Trump told Breitbart News last month, “and every one of them kissed my ass, and now I only have half of them kissing my ass.”
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