Bidens attend mass before final day of G7 summit
ST IVES, England (Reuters) - US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill attended church on the Sunday morning before the final day of the Group of Seven Summit in England.
“Beautiful,” said the President as he later stepped into the sun from the small Catholic Church of The Sacred Heart and St. Ia, which overlooks St. Ives Bay at the tip of south-west England.
Led by the police, a convoy of 17 mostly large black vehicles with flashing lights drove through the quiet, tiny streets of the Cornish fishing village before reaching the church.
After leaving mess, Biden escorted his wife to her own vehicle before returning to his and driving to the summit in the nearby village of Carbis Bay.
The G7 summit is slated to end early Sunday afternoon and the couple will then travel to Windsor Castle to have tea with Queen Elizabeth
(Reporting by Steve Holland; writing by Kate Holton; editing by Michael Holden)
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