Queen Elizabeth has had a very busy few days! On Tuesday, June 15, the 95-year-old met with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in the U.K.
"The Queen received The Prime Minister of Australia @ScottMorrisonMP at Windsor Castle today," The Royal Family captioned a few photos on Twitter. "Mr Morrison is in the UK for the #G7 in Cornwall. Australia was one of four ‘guest countries’ invited to the summit. As Head of State, Her Majesty regularly receives Commonwealth Heads of Government. Find out more about Audiences."
The Queen — who sported a bright yellow dress — was photographed chatting with Morrison in the Oak Room.
While chatting, Morrison told the Queen she was "quite the hit" at the summit over the weekend.
"Everyone was talking about you at dinner the next night," he said.
"Oh, Lord," she answered. "Were they really?"
"They were," Morrison added. "They were thrilled to see you."
Of course, people loved seeing the Queen smile after a tough year. One person wrote, "It is always a pleasure for the Queen her work and seeing her smile is also a pleasure for those who meet her!" while another added, "Incredible and incredibly busy, what a lady for 95."
Just a few days ago, Queen Elizabeth met with President Joe Biden and his wife, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden.
"Today, The Queen received President Biden @potus and First Lady Jill Biden @flotus at Windsor Castle," the message began via Instagram. "Her Majesty has received 4 other Presidents of the United States at Windsor Castle in recent years. President Biden is the 13th serving US President to be met by Her Majesty. As Head of State, The Queen regularly speaks to world leaders and key diplomatic figures."
The message continued, "The President and Dr. Biden are in the UK for the G7 Summit. The Queen and Members of The Royal Family attended the G7 Leaders Reception on Friday. Her Majesty greeted The President and First Lady on the Dias as The First Battalion Grenadier Guards gave a Royal Salute and the US National Anthem played in the Quadrangle. 💂President Biden inspected the Guard of Honour, accompanied by their Commanding Officer, Major James Taylor. The Guard of Honour is formed of the @britisharmy ’s most senior regiment of Foot Guards, The Grenadier Guards. 🫖 The President and First Lady then joined Her Majesty for tea in the State Apartments at Windsor Castle."
The President gushed about his time with the Queen, telling reporters she was "very gracious" and "reminded him of his mother."