Gov. Gen. Simon meets with Queen, Royal Family

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Canada’s Governor Basic met in-person with members of the Royal Household on Tuesday, only one week after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau additionally held an viewers with the Queen.

The Queen hosted Gov. Gen. Mary Simon and her husband, Whit Fraser, for afternoon tea at Windsor Fortress. A photograph launched by a Twitter account for the Royal Household reveals Simon bowing and shaking palms with the world’s longest-reigning monarch.

A press release launched by Rideau Corridor mentioned Simon met with the Queen to share “Canadians’ finest needs on this yr of Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.”

“It was an incredible honour to satisfy with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II earlier immediately,” Simon mentioned within the assertion. “Our Queen is such an inspiration in these troublesome occasions, and it was a privilege to share along with her the Inuit idea of ajuinnata, which implies to by no means hand over, that’s guiding my work as governor common.”

This was Simon’s second official assembly with the Queen, and their first assembly in-person.

Simon and Fraser additionally met with the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence Home on Tuesday. A Twitter account for Clarence Home released a photo of Prince Charles and Camilla posing with the Canadian pair.

In response to the assertion from Rideau Corridor, Simon and Fraser will participate in a ceremonial tree planting to mark the Queen’s Jubilee earlier than leaving London on March 17 for a working go to to the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Kuwait.

The Queen has returned to holding in-person conferences after it was introduced on Feb. 20 she examined optimistic for COVID-19.

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Trudeau met with the Queen final week whereas he was within the U.Okay. to carry talks on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with Prime Minister Boris Johnson. 

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