Buckingham Palace announced Thursday that Queen Elizabeth has invited President Joe Biden to Windsor Castle on June 13. It will be Biden's first meeting with Queen Elizabeth.

Biden will be in the United Kingdom on June 11 for the G7 summit, which will take place in Cornwall.

Queen Elizabeth, 95, has refrained from meetings since the death of her husband Prince Philip in April and due to the yearlong pandemic. Biden would be the first world leader to meet with Queen Elizabeth in over a year.

Queen Elizabeth has a long tradition of meeting with U.S. presidents and even sent a private congratulatory message ahead of Biden’s inauguration in January, a royal source told CNN.

Biden sent condolences to Queen Elizabeth, the Royal Family, and the U.K. after Philip's death.

In 2017, Biden and former President Barrack Obama met with members of the Royal Family when accompanying Prince Harry to the Invictus Game in Toronto. Biden met with Prince Charles in 2015 in Washington, D.C.

Queen Elizabeth also had a good first meeting with former President Donald Trump. Afterward, Trump commented that “she had so much fun" with him in his U.K. visit in June 2019.