Kate Middleton and William, Princess and Prince of Wales, played a key role in greeting the President and the First Lady of South Korea at their hotel in London this morning
Kate Middleton and Prince William looked rather gloomy as they joined King Charles and Queen Camilla to welcome the First Lady of South Korea to the UK today.
Yoon Suk Yeol and his wife Kim Keon Hee are on a state visit to the UK – only the second King Charles has experienced from any party since the start of his reign.
A glittering state banquet has been laid on at Buckingham Palace in Yoon Suk Yeol’s honour. Kate and William, though, first greeted the the President and the First Lady of South Korea at their hotel in London.
Prince and Princess of Wales then travelled with Mr Yoon and Mrs Kim to a Horse Guards Parade ceremonial welcome at Buckingham Palace. A guard of honour, formed by F Company Scots Guards, gave a royal salute there amid traditional pomp and pageantry.
Newly appointed Foreign Secretary Lord Cameron of Chipping Norton has been pictured at the function in one of his first roles since returning to the Government after a seven-year absence.