During the farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, Andrzej Duda and his wife sat down in front of Joe Biden. How did this happen

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Queen Elizabeth II's funeral attracted large crowds of people.

 While saying goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II, Andrzej Duda and his wife sat down in front of Joe Biden. How did it happen

Media from many places & oacute; around the world kept informed about the funeral ceremonies of Queen Elizabeth II, which took place in London on September 19 this year.

The President of Poland sat on a bench in front of Joe Biden's nose. A mistake, was it meant to be?

As the word spread about the death of the Queen of England on September 8, many Britons burst into tears.

The great farewell of the deceased monarch began with a service at Westminster Abbey. After the Mass, a march along London streets took place, where the coffin with Elizabeth II was placed in a specially adapted vehicle and transported to Windsor Castle.

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There Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest the left crypt after the end of a private service. Live broadcasts showed huge crowds of people wanting to pay tribute to the late monarch for the last time.

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Wed & oacute; d delegate & oacute; in different countries there was the Polish presidential couple, Andrzej Duda with his wife Agata Kornhauser-Duda.

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The media did not miss the fact that our country's representatives sat in the temple on a bench in front of the President of the United States, Joe Biden and his wife.

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As it turns out, everyone had a designated place for himself, which proves that Andrzej Duda and his wife were to be in the thirteenth row, preceding Joe Biden's fourteenth row.

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Donald Trump did not fail to comment on the situation, naming the place chosen disrespect for the president of the United States – “If I were president, they would win! I would not sit back there & ndash; and our country would be much different than it is now!”

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