Queen Elizabeth and senior members of the royal family are expected to meet U.S President Joe Biden at Buckingham Palace in London before a summit of the G7 big economies in June, according to reports.
Prince Charles, who snubbed Donald Trump during his 2018 visit, will attend the meeting with Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William and Catherine, and the Duchess of Cambridge, when she welcomes the President for a “soft power” reception with other world leaders, the Sunday Times reported.
Biden and her majesty will also meet one-on-one during the gathering. Sir Lindsay Hoyle, the Speaker of the House of Commons, has also written to Biden inviting him to Westminster to visit parliament.
Earlier this month Britain announced plans to hold the first in-person summit of the G7 for nearly two years in June in Cornwall, southwest England, as Breitbart London reported.
According to Breitbart, “Prime Minister Boris Johnson hopes the meeting will forge a consensus on ways and means for the global economy to recover from the coronavirus pandemic and sees Biden as an ally in that quest”
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The queen has met with every U.S. president since the beginning of her reign in 1952, except for former President Lyndon Johnson.