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‘I saw you on television!’ Queen Recognizes John Kerry From Prince ‘William’s Earthshot Prize Thing’

The Queen was in high spirits last night when she told US climate envoy John Kerry that she had “seen him on television” during Prince William’s “Earthshot Prize thing” at a reception last night.

The 95-year-old monarch welcomed billionaire business leaders, presidential envoys and tech entrepreneurs to Windsor Castle for a lavish reception following a government investment summit on Tuesday.

Among the guests invited to the Queen’s Berkshire home after the day-long conference in London was Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, who leaned forward to shake hands with the monarch, as well as Kerry.

During a lineup, Her Majesty could be heard saying to the US Presidential Special Envoy on Climate, “I saw you on television last night doing William’s Earthshot Prize thing.”

The Duke of Cambridge, 39, hosted his first-ever Earthshot Prize Awards Ceremony on Sunday night, with Kerry appearing in a video message during the event.

The Queen was in high spirits last night when she told US climate envoy John Kerry that she had “seen him on television” during Prince William’s “Earthshot Prize thing” at a reception last night.

Prince William hosted his first-ever Earthshot Prize Awards ceremony on Sunday night, with Kerry appearing in a video message during the event

Prince William hosted his first-ever Earthshot Prize Awards ceremony on Sunday night, with Kerry appearing in a video message during the event

Prince William hosted his first-ever Earthshot Prize Awards ceremony on Sunday night, with Kerry appearing in a video message during the event

Prince William’s first Earthshot Prize Awards Ceremony was broadcast to viewers across the UK on BBC1 on Sunday evening.

William, who co-created the Earthshot Prize with the Royal Foundation, closed the event by announcing that the Earthshot event would be held next year in the United States – where his brother Prince Harry lives with Meghan Markle.

The Prince then introduced Kerry, who appeared by video message and said: “The finalists and winners we recognize tonight remind us that we have an incredible ability to turn the improbable into reality when we work together.”

At last night’s event, the Queen, who looked effortlessly chic in a matching turquoise combination with floral detail, completed her outfit with a pair of trusty patent black shoes, dangling pearl earrings and a three-piece pearl necklace.

During a lineup, Her Majesty could hear the U.S. Presidential Special Envoy on Climate tell that she’d seen him do “William’s Earthshot Prize thing.”

Among the guests invited to the Queen's Berkshire home after a day's conference in London was Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, who leaned forward to shake hands with the monarch, as well as Kerry.

Among the guests invited to the Queen's Berkshire home after a day's conference in London was Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, who leaned forward to shake hands with the monarch, as well as Kerry.

Among the guests invited to the Queen’s Berkshire home after the day-long conference in London was Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, who leaned forward to shake hands with the monarch, as well as Kerry.

The monarch also wore the historic Cullinan V brooch with a heart-shaped center stone — and it’s the same silver diamond brooch she wore in a photo released to mark the late Prince Philip’s 99th birthday in 2020.

You could see them beaming at Kerry after she shook hands with him at the event, before the two exchanged a few words about the Earthshot Prize.

The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge, who were also in attendance, were clothed and booted as they met some of the leading figures in the castle’s green parlor before mixing more widely.

US climate envoy Kerry, Poppy Gustafsson, chief executive officer of cybersecurity firm Darktrace, and Hamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, managing director of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, were among those who met the senior royals.

The Queen put on a stylish display as she welcomed corporate billionaires, presidential envoys and tech entrepreneurs to Windsor Castle for a lavish reception following a government investment summit.  Pictured, greeting Microsoft co-founder turned philanthropist Bill Gates

The Queen put on a stylish display as she welcomed corporate billionaires, presidential envoys and tech entrepreneurs to Windsor Castle for a lavish reception following a government investment summit.  Pictured, greeting Microsoft co-founder turned philanthropist Bill Gates

The Queen put on a stylish display as she welcomed corporate billionaires, presidential envoys and tech entrepreneurs to Windsor Castle for a lavish reception following a government investment summit. Pictured, greeting Microsoft co-founder turned philanthropist Bill Gates

The Prime Minister and Queen exchanged a few words as she met guests at the lavish reception, pictured

The Prime Minister and Queen exchanged a few words as she met guests at the lavish reception, pictured

The Prime Minister and Queen exchanged a few words as she met guests at the lavish reception, pictured

The Queen, Charles and Prince William welcomed business leaders and members of the government, including Secretary of State Liz Truss, who donned a cobalt blue ensemble, and Secretary of State for International Trade Anne-Marie Trevelyan.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was to be introduced first, but he appeared after the Queen began to welcome her guests and take his place at the end of the row.

The senior royals were also joined by the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Prince Michael of Kent.

As the guests mingled at the reception, the Queen was able to grin from ear to ear

As the guests mingled at the reception, the Queen was able to grin from ear to ear

As the guests mingled at the reception, the Queen was able to grin from ear to ear

In a foreword to the official brochure of the Global Investment Summit, the Queen said she was “proud” of how the UK is moving towards a sustainable future, but “there is much more to do”.

The head of state also urged countries to “take up the challenge” and avert the problems associated with climate change.

Her Majesty described how the handling of the pandemic had inspired scientific breakthroughs and how innovation in the UK often stems from ‘teamwork against adversity’, such as the efforts of Alan Turing and colleagues in World War II to break the Nazi regime’s Enigma code .

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