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Biden got emotional during Queen Elizabeth tribute program, said he still misses his mother

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US President Joe Biden and his wife attended Queen Elizabeth’s tribute program.
US President Joe Biden has expressed his feelings for Queen Elizabeth.
About 500 world leaders, including royals from around the world, will attend.

London. US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden, who arrived in London on Monday to attend the state funeral of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, paid their respects. Biden arrived with his wife at Westminster Hall in London on Sunday and paid his respects to the late Queen at a designated spot near her coffin. He made the sign of the cross and stood there silently and put his hand on his chest. The body of the late Queen Elizabeth II is kept in Westminster Hall. The Queen’s state funeral will take place on Monday. Biden is also expected to attend a reception hosted by Britain’s King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla for world leaders at Buckingham Palace on Sunday evening.

Biden paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth, saying she always reminded him of his mother. US President Joe Biden said what she looked like. Like she’s asking, ‘Are you okay? Can I do anything for you? What do you need? President Joe Biden said Queen Elizabeth always reminds him of his mother. Britons observed a minute’s silence on the eve of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral. The government had asked people to observe a minute’s silence at home, with neighbors or at locally organized programs to show national respect for the late Queen.

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Around 500 world leaders, including members of the royal family from around the world, will attend the Queen’s funeral. The funeral will take place at Westminster Abbey, where around 2,000 people are expected. The funeral rituals will begin at 11 a.m. local time and end an hour later with a two-minute silence. (ANI input)

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