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King and Queen travel to France for royal state visit rescheduled after violent protests

  • French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed King Charles III and Queen Camilla to France for a three-day state visit aimed at strengthening cross-channel relations after Brexit. The visit includes engagements at iconic French landmarks such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Elysée Palace, and the Palace of Versailles. The royal couple will also visit Bordeaux, known for its large British ex-pat population.
  • The visit is seen as an opportunity to rebuild the relationship between Britain and France after the tensions of Brexit negotiations and disputes over migration. British diplomats consider the visit a success and hope it will further enhance the "absolutely massive relationship" between the two countries. Both King Charles III and President Macron share a passion for the environment.
  • The state visit kicked off with a ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe, where Macron and Charles III greeted each other warmly. Security has been heightened for the visit, with thousands of police officers deployed in Paris city centre. The visit also includes discussions on Ukraine and migration issues.
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