The Queen, Charles, Camilla, William and Kate Mount a Historic Charm Offensive to Greet G-7 Leaders

The Queen, Charles, Camilla, William and Kate Mount a Historic Charm Offensive to Greet G-7 Leaders

With the Queen undertaking a key role helping the U.K. government foster global diplomacy, Friday also marked the first time the working senior royals have come together since Prince Philip's funeral The presence of these five senior working royals marked a historic demonstration of royal partnership with the U.K. government in support of global diplomacy, senior members of the Royal Family arrived at the eco-visitor attraction the Eden Project for a reception with the leaders who have gathered in southwest England to discuss how to "build back better" amid ongoing the global pandemic recovery. The royals were first greeted by the U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and then spent around 40 minutes at the evening party before the Queen, 95, posed for an official photograph, called a "family photo" by organizers, with the other heads of state. It was the first time she has met President Joe Biden and his wife First Lady Dr. Jill Biden. Biden is the 13th serving U.S. President the Queen has met during her nearly 70-year reign. Can't get enough of PEOPLE's Royals coverage? Sign …
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