Several senior members of the British Royal Family were also present with Queen Elizabeth.
Queen Elizabeth clicks a photo with the leaders of the G7 (AFP)
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth met US President Joe Biden in the world’s largest indoor rainforest. Queen Elizabeth hosted a reception for the leaders of the ‘Group of Seven’ or G7. During this, all the leaders and Queen Elizabeth posed for a joint photo. Before taking the picture, Queen Elizabeth told the leaders of the G7 that you guys should look like you are enjoying here. After this all the leaders started laughing with laughter.
Significantly, the three-day G7 conference started in Cornwall, Britain from Friday. Several senior members of the British Royal Family were also present with Queen Elizabeth. Apart from Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Prince William and his wife Kate were also present. This was the royal family’s first public event since the tragic death of Prince Philip in April. This reception was organized by Queen Elizabeth at the Eden Project. This place has distinctive bubble houses, in which thousands of varieties of plants are present.
…when the Queen said – you should look like you are enjoying
Queen Elizabeth sat for a photo with global leaders. During this he said, ‘You should look like you are enjoying?’ Hearing this, all the leaders started laughing. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson replied, ‘Yes, we are enjoying it here.’ This was the first time the Queen met US President Biden. In his 69-year reign, Biden is the 13th US President the Queen has met.
Biden and the Queen to meet at Windsor Castle on Sunday
At the same time, America’s First Lady Jill Biden said, “Me and Joe are waiting to meet the Queen.” This is going to be the best part of our tour. In fact, after the end of the G7 conference, the US President and First Lady are going to meet the Queen personally at Windsor Castle on Sunday. Let us tell you that the G7 includes seven developed economies of the world. The first meeting of the G7 was held in 1975 but then only 6 countries were involved in it. After Canada’s joining in 1976, it now includes Canada, America, Britain, France, Japan, Germany and Italy.
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