The office has not met like this – in an official framework – since December! On June 11, 2021, the royal family will be strongly represented in Summit Du G7 which begins in Cornwall, in the southwest of England. Along with Queen Elizabeth and the heads of state, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton, will take part in the reception scheduled for Friday evening at the Eden Project Complex, dedicated to nature and sustainable development.
Prince Charles will then lead the way at another reception with representatives of G7 member states and big business leaders to talk about the climate emergency. From the start, this ecologist will be able to count on the support of his eldest son and heir, Prince William. For their part, Elizabeth II, Camilla and Kate Middleton are expected to have lunch, still at The Eden Project, to kick off the Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations, scheduled for next year.
Little details are known so far, but Kate Middleton also has a date with First Lady Jill Biden on a two-way outing… Will the American get along with the Duchess of Cambridge as well as Carrie? Minister Boris Johnson, with whom I enjoyed an informal hangout on Thursday afternoon?
The agenda for the next few days is definitely filled with Elizabeth II. After secretly celebrating the birthday of her late husband Prince Philip, who was to celebrate his 100th birthday on Thursday, the Queen will double the number of trips this weekend. On her return from G7, the 95-year-old will participate in the traditional Trooping The Color parade on Saturday in Windsor, which falls on her birthday every year. On Sunday, you will meet with US President Joe Biden and his wife about a tea time in the castle.
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