jill biden says she and President Joe Biden are “bringing love” to the United Kingdom in the meantime His first international trip this week. She wore her “love” jacket on Thursday to take her message home.
The presidential couple in the UK, joined by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his new wife, Carrie Johnson, for the Group of Seven summit in Cornwall, south-west England, pose in a beautiful view overlooking the shores of Carbys Bay.
When the group broke away, the back of the first lady’s black blazer was visible: “LOVE” was written in capital letters across the silver studs. It’s a jacket he’s worn before, Most recently on the campaign trail in 2020.
During a conversation with pool reporters, Biden explained the meaning behind his jacket.
“I think we’re bringing love to America,” she told them, according to a White House transcript. “This is a global conference and we are trying to bring unity across the world and I think that is needed right now, people feel a sense of unity from all countries and a sense of hope after this year of pandemic “
Some on Twitter said the opposite of the former First Lady Melania Trump’s Jacket She wore it on a trip to the US-Mexico border in June 2018 that read “I Really Don’t Care Do You?”
Biden was flirtatious in his remarks to reporters. “It’s really nice to be here in Cornwall. This is my first time. Obviously it’s beautiful for those of you who have been here before. Joe and I are really looking forward to meeting everyone at the G7.” ,” she said as per the pool report.
Like Donald and Melania Trump in July 2018, the The Bidens will have tea with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle on Sunday During a courtesy call that would showcase the impressive ceremonial highs normally associated with British royals.
Biden told reporters that he and the president were looking forward to meeting the 95-year-old monarch. Biden will be the 13th serving president she has met Out of 14 from 1951, a year before becoming queen.
“Well, we’re hoping to focus on education,” Biden said. “Joe and I are both looking forward to meeting the Queen. It’s been an exciting part of the journey for us. We’ve waited for this for weeks and now it’s finally here. It’s a beautiful start.”
Following a visit with the Queen on Sunday, the First Lady is scheduled to meet British veterans who participated in the Walk of America, the 2018 campaign led by Walking with the Wounded, for which the First Lady served as mentor .
She will then travel home, while the president will head to Brussels for the NATO summit, where she is scheduled to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on June 16.