At the G7, the “soft diplomacy” of the royal family

Members of the great “club of democracies” have the right to a lovely private evening with Queen Elizabeth II and other prominent members of the royal family, one of its events which the UK alone has the secret of.

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For the US president and his other G7 guests, Boris Johnson has pulled out all the stops. Members of the great “club of democracies” have the right to a nice private evening with Queen Elizabeth II and other prominent members of the family royal, one of its events of which the United Kingdom alone has the secret. And which gives the Crown a role of “soft diplomacy”, not without assets to promote the Great Britain brand.

Before receiving Joe Biden on Sunday at his Windsor Castle, the Queen made the trip to Cornwall in the company of the heirs to the Crown, Charles and his wife, Camilla, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate.

Tea time with the queen

A dinner was offered at the Eden Project in the presence of the royal family. Very committed to the environmental front, Prince Charles – together with his son William – was also due to chair an event bringing together top business leaders and world leaders to discuss how

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