Trudeau is also one of the leaders of member countries of the British Commonwealth who met King Charles III at Buckingham Palace on Saturday (17/9) UK time.
During the meeting, Trudeau offered his condolences to the son of Queen Elizabeth II.
“This afternoon at Buckingham Palace, I met His Majesty King Charles III,” tweeted Justin Trudeau.
“My condolences to him and to the members of the Royal Family as they mourn the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II — my thoughts, and the thoughts of the Canadian people, are with them,” he continued.
Before that, he had also paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II through his tweets. Justin Trudeau has also confirmed that he will attend the Queen’s funeral procession with his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau.
“Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II served her entire life and assumed the burden of her duties with consummate grace,” said Justin Trudeau.
“Sophie and I were in London for the funeral of Her Royal Highness – and today we marked the solemn occasion by signing a book of condolences,” he continued.
Previously, King Charles III welcomed the leaders of the member countries of the British Commonwealth to Buckingham Palace on Saturday (17/9) local time.
Besides Justin Trudeau, reported by the BBC, King Charles hosted Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Bahamian Prime Minister Philip Davis, Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
They will join world leaders attending Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral procession on Monday (19/9).
Around 2,200 guests are expected at the funeral of Britain’s first monarch to be held in six decades.
Although the UK has not released the official guest list, the thousands of guests who will be attending will include the British Royal Family, Prime Minister Liz Truss, British politicians and former British Prime Ministers, as well as over 100 kings, queens and other world leaders. of state.
Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday (8/9) at Balmoral Palace. Now his body is interred in Westminster Hall, London.
The Queen’s state funeral will take place on Monday (19/9), which will be attended by thousands of heads of state and other important guests.
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