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Australia Queen wears special Australian jewel for meeting with Prime Minister Scott Morrison

03:55  16 june  2021
03:55  16 june  2021 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has had an audience with the Queen at Windsor Castle. The meeting , where Mr Morrison wore a crisp suit and blue tie and the monarch opted for a summery yellow dress, took place just hours after a UK- Australia trade deal was announced. It was Mr Morrison 's second meeting with the Queen as prime minister after visiting Buckingham Palace in June 2019. Although it's not known what the two discussed on this occasion, last time Queen Elizabeth - who has a deep love of horses - chatted with Mr Morrison about Australian thoroughbred Winx

Moment Queen brushes off Scott Morrison 's compliment after he tells her she was 'quite the hit' at the G7 summit and says 'everyone was talking about you over dinner'. The Queen , 95, met with Australian Prime Minister today at Windsor Castle. The monarch attended several events during the conference at the weekend and met with world leaders including Emmanuel Macron and President Joe Biden at the Eden Project on Friday night. During today's meeting , Mr Morrison wore a crisp suit and blue tie. The monarch donned a summery yellow dress, which she accessorised with her usual

Queen Elizabeth has laughed off being called the "hit" of the G7 Summit after Prime Minister Scott Morrison commented about her popularity.

Her Majesty hosted Mr Morrison inside Windsor Castle on Tuesday, welcoming him into the Oak Room for the private audience.

"It's very nice to see you, in person this time," the Queen said as the Prime Minister entered the room.

Elizabeth II standing next to a man in a suit and tie: Queen Elizabeth II receives Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison during an audience in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle. © AP Queen Elizabeth II receives Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison during an audience in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle.

"Come over here, they want to take a photograph."

They spoke briefly about the G7 Summit in Cornwall, with the Queen saying she didn't have the opportunity to meet with Mr Morrison during the three-day event.

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THE QUEEN has met Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison today - as she misses the Royal Ascot horse race for just the second time in 69 years. Her Majesty held a rare face-to-face audience, meeting Mr Morrison at Windsor Castle. Wearing a yellow floral dress, the Queen was photographed chatting to the Australian PM at the Berkshire royal residence's Oak Room on Tuesday. The Queen and Mr Morrison are both fully vaccinated, having received two doses of the Covid jab.

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He told her: "You were quite the hit. Everyone was talking about you at dinner the next night."

The Queen replied, "Oh, Lord. Were they really?"

"They were," Mr Morrison said. "They were thrilled to see you."

Scott Morrison et al. standing in a room: Queen Elizabeth II receives Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison during an audience in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle. © AP Queen Elizabeth II receives Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison during an audience in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle.

The Queen and senior members of her family attended the Leaders' Reception on Friday before Her Majesty returned to Windsor, where she had tea with US President Joe Biden and the First Lady on Sunday.


Video: Scott Morrison meets the Queen (Sky News Australia)

For her audience with Mr Morrison the Queen wore the Australian Wattle brooch, an apt choice considering the occasion.

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Queen Elizabeth II has held a face-to-face audience with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at Windsor Castle. The monarch, who wore a bright yellow floral dress, chatted to Morrison Tuesday in the royal residence’s Oak Room. The queen is also monarch of Australia , part of the Commonwealth club of 54 nations. It’s been a very busy week for the 95-year-old queen , who travelled by train to southwest England’s Cornwall on Friday to host an evening reception for world leaders attending the Group of Seven summit.

The Queen meets Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison today Credit: PA. Wearing a yellow floral dress, the Queen was photographed chatting to the Australian PM at the Berkshire royal residence's Oak Room on Tuesday. The Queen and Mr Morrison are both fully vaccinated, having received two doses of the Covid jab. Today's meeting was the Queen 's first in-person audience since early last year.

The brooch was made by Melbourne company William Drummond & Co in 1954 and presented to Queen Elizabeth on her first visit to Australia in 1954 - also the first visit to the country by a reigning monarch.

Elizabeth II wearing a hat: Queen Elizabeth II during a visit to The Royal Australian Air Force Memorial on March 31, 2021 near Egham, England. © Steve Reigate - WPA Pool/Getty Images Queen Elizabeth II during a visit to The Royal Australian Air Force Memorial on March 31, 2021 near Egham, England.

The brooch was given to the Queen by Prime Minister Robert Menzies at a State Banquet at Parliament House in Canberra.

It consists of white and yellow diamonds in the form of a sprig of golden wattle and a spray of Australian tea tree blossom.

The wattle brooch is often worn by Her Majesty at events connected with Australia.

She chose it as part of her outfit worn during her first in-person engagement for 2021, to mark the Centenary of the Royal Australian Air Force on March 31.

a person holding a flower: Queen Elizabeth II pictured at Canberra Airport during her Australian tour in 2011. © PA Images via Getty Images Queen Elizabeth II pictured at Canberra Airport during her Australian tour in 2011.

Writing about his meeting with the Queen on Twitter before leaving the UK, Mr Morrison said: "We had a good conversation and I was able to pass on in person Australia's condolences on the recent loss of Prince Philip".

The meeting came hours after a historic trade deal between the two countries was sealed over dinner with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson the previous night.

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