The King and Queen were incredibly impressed and amazed by a grand feast to celebrate the conclusion of their first day visiting France.
It has been half a year since we had to change our plans to visit Paris because there were big protests happening everywhere in the country.
They arrived at Orly Airport today, and were welcomed by French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne and other diplomats.
A special group of people were waiting to welcome them, and President Emmanuel Macron expressed his excitement online: “You came as a special person, and now you are returning as a very important and respected person. ” Hello, Your Majesty, welcome.
Charles and Camilla met with Mr Macron, who is 45 years old, and his wife Brigitte, who is 70 years old, for a ceremony to remember something and lay a wreath at the Arc de Triomphe.
The King gave Mr Macron a book with pictures of them together.
Charles was asked to turn on a special flame that never goes out. It remembers the people who died in the First and Second World Wars.
Then, everyone went to the Elysee Palace, which is where the president lives. Charles and Mr. Macron had a discussion there.
King Charles mentioned the deceased Queen during his official visit speech given in French.
The King also gave Mr Macron a whole set of Voltaire’s writings when he went to the Elysee Palace.
In response, Mr. Macron gave the King a special golden coin with a picture of Charles on it, along with a book from France that had won a prize.
Tonight, the royals are special guests at a fancy dinner in the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles.
Charles and Mr Macron will speak to 160 guests, who are important people selected because they have helped improve the relationship between the UK and France.
Tomorrow, Charles, who is the first British king, will speak in France’s senate chamber to senators and members of the national assembly.
The king and queen will also meet famous athletes as France organizes the Rugby World Cup.
In Bordeaux, both the UK and French military will come together to share how they are working together in defense.
The royal couple’s tour was delayed until now because there were violent protests happening across the whole country last March.
Protesters set Bordeaux’s town hall on fire shortly before the planned trip.
They went to Germany instead.