Joe Biden on his way to London to attend the Queen’s funeral

President Joe Biden and his wife Jill left the United States for London on Saturday, where they will attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday at Westminster Abbey.

The Queen died on September 8 after 70 years of reign, leaving the United Kingdom and parts of the world in mourning.

Elizabeth II had met 13 of the last 14 American presidents, with the exception of Lyndon Johnson. The Biden couple had tea with her in June 2021.

Joe Biden will meet bilaterally with new British Prime Minister Liz Truss on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday in New York, rather than in London, his office said on Saturday.

On Sunday, Joe and Jill Biden will pay their respects to the late sovereign, whose coffin rests in Westminster Hall. They will sign a register of condolences before attending a reception hosted by King Charles III.

A hundred heads of state and government are expected Monday for the national funeral of Elizabeth II.

Joe Biden and his wife will return to Washington on Monday after the ceremony.

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