King Charles III welcomed US President Joe Biden to Windsor Castle during a visit.
The meeting between the King and President Biden took place during the Climate Finance Mobilisation forum.
The meeting lasted approximately 20 minutes and had a small number of advisors from each side present.
The King and President had tea in the Oak Room, which is the King's personal sitting room with a view of the castle's Quadrangle.
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After the meeting, the King invited President Biden to view items from the Royal Collection related to the Royal Family's relationship with previous US Presidents.
The next significant moment was when the King took President Biden to the Green Drawing Room, the same location where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle posed for their wedding photos.
The wedding photo featured Prince Harry standing one pace behind Meghan Markle, and the photo was taken just an hour after their ceremony.
Meghan Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, stood proudly alongside her daughter in the wedding photo.
The choice of the Green Drawing Room for the meeting between King Charles III and President Biden is seen as a nod to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.