President Biden, first lady greeted by Queen Elizabeth for tea at Windsor

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Queen Elizabeth greeted President Biden and first lady Jill Biden at Windsor Castle Sunday — the 13th sitting president the 95-year-old monarch has met in her reign.

Biden and his wife are having afternoon tea with the monarch at Windsor Castle, her family home, at the end of the G7 summit and as he wraps up the British leg of his first international trip since taking office.

The 95-year-old British royal greeted the Bidens in the Quadrangle of the castle, home to the royal family for nearly 1,000 years and where she has spent much of her time since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

After their arrival, a Guard of Honour formed of The Queen’s Company First Battalion Grenadier Guards gave a Royal Salute, and the U.S. National Anthem was played, the first couple placing their hands over their hearts, standing on either side of the queen.

The queen has already met the Bidens on their visit to Britain, having hosted a reception for the leaders of the Groups of Seven rich nations and their spouses on Friday night in Cornwall, on the southwest tip of England where a three-day summit has been held.

-With Post wires

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