The two chars were pictured dipping their feet in the sea earlier today as they joined their husbands for their first in-person meeting.They were twin walking along a sandy beach in the coastal town while Wilfred frolicked in the sea and made them laugh. Mrs Johnson wore a red mid-length frock, which appeared to be a £325 gown by London-based designer LK Bennett.
Dr Biden wore a black and white polka-dot dress with a black blazer.
The Leading Lady’s blazer, which displayed the word “love” on the back in studs, was thought to be by French brand Zadig and Voltaire.
After having tea with Mrs Johnson this afternoon, Dr Biden said reporters: “It’s really nice to be here in Cornwall. It’s my first time.
“Obviously it’s beautiful for those of you who have been here before.”
She said that she and her quiet Joe were looking forward to meeting the Queen as part of their visit as well.
Dr Biden added the couple hoped to focus on education in their conferences with the royals.
She said: “We’ve looked forward to this for weeks and now it’s finally here. It’s a beautiful beginning.”
Meanwhile, Mr Johnson said he would not diverge with Mr Biden after he said they both “married way above our stations” as the two couples went for a walk outside Carbis Bay Hotel in Carbis Bay earlier in the day.
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The two leaders and their wives also admired the view near the satisfaction hotel, which resulted in Mr Biden saying: “It’s gorgeous.
“I don’t want to go home.”
It came ahead of a crucial meeting between the two leaders this week.
Mr Biden is supposed to use the meeting to warn Mr Johnson not to let the row with the EU over Northern Ireland’s Brexit arrangements put the Good Friday Agreement at risk.
But following the talks this afternoon, Mr Johnson influenced he was “optimistic” the peace process would be protected.
When asked if Mr Biden has shown concern about the situation in Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson revealed: “No, he didn’t.
“What I can say is that America – the United States, Washington – the UK plus the European Union have one thing we absolutely all want to do and that is to espouse the Belfast Good Friday Agreement and make sure we keep the balance of the peace process going.
“That’s absolutely common ground and I’m positive that we can do that.”
Mr Biden’s visit has also been viewed as an opportunity to repair some of the international relations damaged by his predecessor Donald Trump.
Mr Johnson foretold: “It’s wonderful to listen to the Biden administration and Joe Biden because there’s so much that they want to do together with us – on security, on Nato, to feel change.
“It’s fantastic, it’s a breath of fresh air.”