G7 summit: Leaders laugh at Queen’s joke about family photo

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G7 leaders broke out in laughter on Friday afternoon after Queen Elizabeth II joked about the group posing for a family photo, asking if they were “supposed to be looking as if you’re enjoying yourself.”

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson responded with a chuckle, saying “yes, definitely,” before adding that they had been enjoying themselves, “in spite of appearances.”

The Queen was joined at the event by other senior members of the Royal family, including Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, and her grandson Prince William and his wife Kate. It was the first major public event together since the funeral of Prince Philip in April.

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