Queen heads to G7 summit by train as Royals meet world leaders in Cornwall for Eden Project reception

THE Queen has headed off for the G7 summit in Cornwall by train, as the Royals meet world leaders in Cornwall.

Her Majesty will join Boris Johnson, US President Joe Biden and a host of other leaders as they dine at Cornwall's top tourist attraction, the Eden Project, this evening.

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The Queen will also host President Biden and his wife Jill for tea at Windsor Castle this weekend.

She will welcome the President and the First Lady at the dais in the Quadrangle of Windsor Castle.

Upon arrival, a Guard of Honour formed of The Queen’s Company First Battalion Grenadier Guards will give a Royal Salute, and the US National Anthem will be played.

The President will then accompany the Officer Commanding the Guard of Honour, Major James Taylor, and Major General Christopher Ghika to inspect the Guard of Honour.

He will later return to the dais to watch the military march past alongside The Queen and the First Lady – before joining the Queen for tea in the Castle with the First Lady.


Earlier today, Kate Middleton beamed at Jill Biden as the pair visited a school to discuss child development at the G7 summit.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, and the First Lady, 70, both matched in striking pink outfits as they met for the first time.

The women were pictured at Connor Downs Academy in Hayle, Cornwall to highlight the issue of early years development in children.

And during their visit, Kate told reporters how excited she is to meet Harry and Meghan's baby daughter Lilibet Diana.

"I wish her all the very best, I can’t wait to meet her," she said.

"We haven't met her yet but hopefully that will be soon."

President Biden shared his heartfelt condolences to the Queen and the Royal Family on what would have been Prince Philip's 100th birthday yesterday.

Mr Biden said: "First I would like to express our condolences on behalf of Jill and I to her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the entire royal family and the people of the United Kingdom.

"Today would have been Prince Philip's 100th birthday. I know there are a lot of people feeling his absence today."

It comes as Mr Johnson said President Biden was a "breath of fresh air" in an apparent swipe at predecessor Donald Trump – and hailed the pair's "great" talks.

Boris praised the US President after one-on-one crunch meeting at the G7 in Cornwall.

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