Jill Biden visits Britain’s Downing Street ahead of King Charles’s coronation

America’s first lady has reached London with her entourage. This week, Britain will participate in the coronation ceremony of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla as a member of the British Empire’s superlative coronation. 

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Biden, also traveling with his granddaughter Finnegan Biden, arrived in England late on Thursday and will be part of the schedule for the next three days. On Friday, at his residence on 10 Downing Street, he welcomed Mrs. Akshat Murthy, wife of British Prime Minister Shri Rishi Sunak.

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In London, Biden met the employees of the US Embassy and their families and gave a message to all of them during the meeting. The major coronation ceremony is being held at Westminster Abbey on Saturday and will be led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. According to the First Ladies ‘ Office, Biden and Murthy met with veterans and their families during the coronation fair. They all participated in a health and wellness program and met with children at a nearby elementary school, whose information he shared on social media.

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At the “Coronation Big Luncheon” hosted by Sunak and Murthy at 10 Downing Street on Sunday, Biden and other heads of state and city dignitaries will enjoy a reception with the attending guests

While Vice President Joe Biden will not attend the coronation, he will attend M. SN spoke with King Charles before the ceremony in an interview broadcast on NBCNews.

The president has said he discussed his plans to visit the United Kingdom with King Charles to address environmental issues with the monarch in Europe for a NATO meeting in July.

According to White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, the president accepted King Charles’ invitation for a state visit to the United Kingdom last month.

The President and First Lady visited the United Kingdom for the last time for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in September.

Biden’s granddaughter, Finnegan Biden, was wearing a pretty pale yellow dress by Markarian, which some have interpreted as a nod to the fashion world’s show of sympathy with Ukraine.
She was joined by Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska, who wore a matching blue dress and coat, inside the abbey. The United States will be represented by the wife of Vice President Joe Biden at the coronation ceremony in London.

During his three-day visit, he spoke to a famous news channel over the phone. In a phone interview with CNN during that trip, 

Jill Biden visits Britain's Downing Street
Jill Biden visits Britain’s Downing Street

He said the first lady said that she had spoken with King Charles about his mother during a private reception with the royal family and other visiting dignitaries on the eve of the funeral service.

“We really talked about the woman, and who she was, and what she meant to the whole world,” Biden said, adding that she noted to King Charles the human toll of grief.

“He is the king, but, you know, no one should forget he lost his mother, and Prince William lost a grandmother, and sometimes we tend to forget the real human piece there, and the sorrow they have to bear – and how they have to grieve in public. But … they seem to be doing OK,” the first lady said.

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In conclusion, we discusses the visit of First Lady Jill Biden to London for the coronation ceremony of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla. During her three-day visit, she met with various dignitaries, participated in a health and wellness program, and visited an elementary school. She also had a private conversation with King Charles, discussing his mother and the human toll of grief. The article highlights the First Lady’s engagements and participation in the coronation ceremony.

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