Jill Biden and Carrie Johnson go for a walk with their spouses ahead of the G7 summit.

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Jill Biden and Carrie Johnson go for a walk with their spouses ahead of the G7 summit.

Jill Biden and Carrie Johnson, the first lady of the United States, accompanied their husbands for a walkabout in Cornwall, ahead of the Prime Minister’s first meeting with US President Barack Obama at the G7 summit.

After the two spouses went for a stroll outside the Carbis Bay Hotel in Carbis Bay, Boris Johnson stated he would not dispute with Joe Biden’s assertion that they both “married much above our stations.”

The two presidents and their wives marveled at the vista near the opulent hotel, with Mr. Biden exclaiming, “It’s amazing.”

“I don’t want to go back to my house.”

On Thursday, over two weeks after their low-key wedding ceremony at Westminster Cathedral, newlyweds Mr and Mrs Johnson strolled hand in hand for their first significant engagement as a married couple.

Mrs Johnson chose a red mid-length dress with a black blazer for the walk, which appeared to be a £325 gown by London-based designer L.K.Bennett. Mrs Biden donned a black and white dress with a black blazer.

The First Lady’s blazer appeared to be by French label Zadig & Voltaire, with the word “love” emblazoned across the back in studs.

“It’s extremely great to be here in Cornwall,” Mrs Biden told reporters after having tea with Mrs Johnson on Thursday afternoon. It’s the first time for me. For those of you who have been here before, it is obviously beautiful.”

She stated that she and her husband were looking forward to visiting the Queen as part of their visit, and that their discussions with the royals would center on education.

“We’ve been waiting for this for weeks, and it’s finally here. She went on to say, “It’s a lovely start.”

“I told the Prime Minister we have something in common,” Mr Biden said as the two men sat next to each other in the Carbis Bay Hotel, where the G7 conference will be held.

“We both married way above our stations.”

“I’m not going to dissent on that one,” Mr Johnson said.

“I’m not going to disagree with you there or indeed on anything else, I think highly likely.”

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