Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron enjoy Red Arrows flypast

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  • Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron observed a flypast of the Red Arrows and their French equivalent, La Patrouille de France, to mark the anniversary of the Appel.

    Mr Johnson and Mr Macron maintained social distancing as they stood in Horse Guards Parade to watch the spectacle.

    The two leaders clapped following the flyover, before waving and giving each other a thumbs up as Mr Macron left Horse Guards Parade in a waiting car.

    Read more about Macron’s visit to London: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/06/18/boris-johnson-emmanuel-macron-lockdown-uk-news-update/

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