The Queen hosted President Biden at her residence on Sunday
The Queen's historic meeting with US President Joe Biden on Sunday was marked with a new photo of Windsor Castle which was posted shortly before the event.
In the image, which was shared by the Royal Family's official Twitter account, a different angle of the residence could be seen from those that are usually shown in photos.
Windsor Castle appeared in the distance, with a circular path interspersed with neatly groomed patches of grass and flower borders in green and red in the foreground.
Small, triangular bushes decorated the scene with steps close to the frame and a balustrade on the far right side.
The accompanying tweet's caption sweetly started with emojis of the UK and U.S flags and read: "Today, The Qu...
G7 leaders met in Cornwall, in the South of England on Friday (11 June) to discuss the main issues of our time.
They are later today expected to commit to using all their resources in an effort to ensure the devastation caused by a pandemic like Covid-19 is never repeated in a declaration that sets out a series of measures intended to achieve this. The G7 (Group of Seven) is an organisation made up of the world's seven largest so-called advanced economies: Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, the UK and the US. The Summit is also attended by the president of the European Council and the president of the European Commission.
Mr Johnson, who is hosting the three-day gathering at the Cornish seaside resort of Carbis Bay, said it was vital to learn from the "mistakes" of the 200...
The Queen called the rose ‘lovely’ and said the tribute to her late husband was ‘very kind’ (Picture: PA)
The Queen has poignantly marked what would have been Prince Phillip’s 100th birthday by planting a rose named after her late husband.
The newly-bred Duke of Edinburgh Rose was planted in the East Terrace Garden of Winsor Castle as a permanent tribute to Philip, where the couple spent their final months in lockdown together.
Gifted to the 95-year-old monarch from the Royal Horticultural Society, the deep pink rose was officially named after the duke following his death on April 9.
The Queen described the double-flowered rose bush as ‘lovely’ and that the tribute to her husband of 73 years was ‘very kind’.
She received the shrub wrapped in brown paper last week by the apt...