First lady United States, Jill Biden, Kate, visited with the Duchess of Cambridge, a school in Cornwall UK, This Friday, as senior members of the British royal family join the summit for a series of events with world leaders G7.
A Queen Elizabeth, His son, Prince Charles and his wife Camila and the eldest son of the heir to the throne, Prince William and his wife Kate will meet with the leaders of some of the richest countries in the world, three of them in the southwest of the UK.
During a visit to a Cornish school, the president of the United States, Jill Biden, and Kate sat with the children in a classroom where the students learned about environmental issues and then looked after the children in a mild situation. The class fed the rabbit outside.
“These kids are so smart,” Biden said, praising the children’s handwriting and showing a book about activist Greta Dunberg.
The couple then spoke with a team of childhood experts.
“I would like to personally thank and welcome Dr. Biden, which is a great honor,” said Kate, who opened the discussion on early childhood education, one of the main focus of her charitable work.
Kate, who has three children with William, was also asked about her new daughter-in-law, Lilliput, daughter of Prince Harry, who was born last week, and said she hopes to meet him soon.
According to Jill Pitton, the trip echoes the school visits of former US first ladies Melania Trump and Michael Obama on school trips, but they are not with a king.
British royalty plays a major role in the G7. Charles and William will chair an event between business leaders and world leaders to discuss how the private sector can work with governments to tackle climate change.
The Queen, who will attend an event with Kate following the G7 reception, did not meet for tea at Windsor Castle on Sunday after the summit.
“Joe and I are looking forward to meeting the Queen,” the first lady said Thursday. “This is a wonderful part of our visit.”
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