Prince William Meets Joe Biden in Boston
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The American leader welcomed the representative of the British royal family after a tour of the John Presidential Library and Museum F. Kennedy.
The 40-year-old Prince of Wales, who spent three days in Boston with his wife and awarded the winners of the Earthshot environmental award on the last day of his stay, not only attended a number of events during his visit, but also met with US President Joe Biden after a tour of the Presidential Library and to the John F. Kennedy Museum, BBC informs.
This is the second meeting between Biden and Prince William in the past few months. In September, the American president flew to London for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
Kensington Palace reported that they had a “warm, friendly and meaningful discussion” for half an hour, during which Prince William said that he shared their global and long-term ambitions for the prize. During the conversation, he also thanked the head of the White House again for attending Her Majesty's funeral.
Biden was last at a Boston library in September, where he made remarks about his administration's cancer program.
The royals' three-day visit to Boston marks their first trip to the United States since they visited New York in 2014. The couple also previously embarked on a tour of California a few months after their 2011 wedding.
The couple's trip was seen by some as an opportunity to reset perceptions in the US after years of vilifying The Firm. New seasons of Netflix's The Crown have revived old critiques of the monarchy, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's 2021 interview with Oprah has tarnished the family's reputation, especially with allegations of racism.