.S. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden on Sunday met with Queen Elizabeth II, becoming the 13th serving U.S. president to meet with the Queen of England during her reign.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports both President Biden and the First Lady met with Queen Elizabeth II inside Windsor Castle, after the conclusion of the G7 Summit.
To welcome the Bidens, the Queen treated them to an honor guard formed of the Grenadier Guards in the castle’s famous quad and the US National Anthem was played.
The President also inspected the troops and then rejoined the Queen and first lady to watch the military march-past.
TNG reports the President and First Lady also joined Her Majesty for tea in the State Apartments at Windsor Castle.
Meeting the Queen during her reign, Biden joined a legacy of American leaders paying their respects to a global icon and living piece of history.
Biden is the fifth president the Queen has hosted at Windsor, according to CNN.
Today’s meeting is the Queen’s first one-on-one engagement with a world leader since the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic began.
And it’s among her first public engagements since her husband, Prince Philip, died at 99 earlier this year.