KEY POINTS

  • Joe and Jill Biden enjoyed a drink outside their hotel after the bilateral meeting
  • The first couple opted for a casual getup when they went outside the hotel
  • Joe and Jill met Boris Johnson and his wife, Carrie, earlier that day

President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, dressed casually to unwind after their bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife, Carrie Johnson.

The Bidens met the Johnsons Thursday. The two leaders and their wives were photographed on the beach during the G7 Leaders' Summit in Carbis Bay Cornwall.

Later that day, the Bidens went outside their hotel to enjoy a drink together. Joe and Jill dressed down by wearing jeans and sneakers. The first lady also put on a coat and a scarf.

They were spotted walking to the outdoor seating area of the Tregenna Castle Hotel in St. Ives. In the photos obtained by Daily Mail, Jill and Joe are seated across each other. It was not clear what the couple ordered during the sighting.

Earlier that day, the first lady looked chic in her knee-length black and white spotted dress that she paired with a black blazer adorned with silver beading on the back that read "love." She completed her outfit with black heels. Meanwhile, the POTUS looked dapper in his black suit.

Meanwhile, Carrie also looked gorgeous in her red dress. The two couples were photographed walking hand in hand with their spouses.

Carrie and Jill were photographed by the beach with the former’s son, Wilfred Johnson, sitting on the sand. Meanwhile, Joe and Boris were also seen talking. In one photo, Joe put a hand on Boris’ shoulder.

During the meeting, the two leaders downplayed the tensions between their nations and even joked about their personal lives.

"I'm thrilled to meet your wife. I told the prime minister we have something in common: we both married above our station," Joe told Boris.

"I'm not going to disagree with the president there," Boris replied.

Meanwhile, Jill talked about love when she spoke for the meet-and-greet. Many were convinced that she was sending love because her blazer has the word "love" on it.

"I think that we’re bringing love from America. This is a global conference and we are trying to bring unity across the globe and I think it’s needed right bow, that people feel a sense of unity from all the countries and feel a sense hope after this year of the pandemic," she said.

Jill's jacket sparked a comparison to Melania Trump's infamous "I don't care do u" jacket. Some speculated she was shading the ex-FLOTUS while others defended the former first lady, saying her jacket's message was for the press who kept on attacking her.

US first lady Jill Biden had visited a migrant camp in Mexico, near the border with Texas, in December 2020 US first lady Jill Biden had visited a migrant camp in Mexico, near the border with Texas, in December 2020 Photo: POOL / SAUL LOEB