A six metre high inflatable depiction of President Trump as an angry baby, designed by Matt Bonner, complete with a malevolent constipated grimace, orange skin, nappy-clad and a mobile phone clutched in his tiny hand.
The balloon was part of a series of protests against Trump’s first visit to the UK as president in July 2018. It was flown on his first day in the UK on Parliament Square in London, where tens of thousands of protestors attended and in Edinburgh the following day, where protests were also held.
Trump Baby garnered worldwide media attention, with Nigel Farage calling it "the biggest insult to a sitting US president ever." Donald Trump himself said of the balloon that "I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to London."
When President Trump returned to the UK in June 2019 for a full state visit in London, Trump Baby flew once again in Parliament Square. Hours before Trump’s arrival, a projection of Trump Baby lit up the famous White Cliffs of Dover and when Trump attended the 75th D-Day anniversary commemorations in Portsmouth the following day, images of Trump Baby appeared in bus stop advertising spaces across the city.