Queen Elizabeth II will invite President Biden to Buckingham Palace when Britain has the G7 highest point in June, as per a report.
The Queen will be joined by Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, just as Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, when she invites the US commander-in-chief for a “soft power” gathering, report.
Biden and her highness will likewise meet one-on-one during the social event, which other G7 pioneers have additionally been welcome to, as indicated by the report.
“There is a craving from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office to have an extremely solid regal presence before G7 occasions, and all senior individuals from the illustrious family will be important for what occurs,” a senior regal source told the power source.
Buckingham Palace declined to remark for the report. The White House didn’t quickly react to media demand for input on the gathering.
Except for previous President Lyndon B. Johnson, the queen has met with each US president since the beginning of her reign in 1952. Biden’s archetype, Donald Trump, met with the Queen in July 2018 and he and his family paid a state visit the next year.