Queen Camilla was spared the indignity of chasing down a stray ping pong ball as she played against Brigitte Macron with those around them quickly getting the ball back in play. While both women looked to be having fun, we have to say, it definitely seems like Macron is the better player. But Camilla was giggling and smiling nonetheless, and she kept going even after she hit the ball into the net a few times.
Camilla and Macron seem to be bonding during the king and queen’s state visit to France. They visited the national library of France together, touring the archives and announcing a new literary prize. In her speech at the library, Camilla talked about a love of literature that she and Macron share. And the night before at the elaborate state dinner at the Palace of Versailles, Macron felt comfortable enough to help Camilla adjust the cape on her dress. The two women even had a twinning moment at the Versailles event, both wearing floor-length, navy gowns by French designers — Macron’s was by Louis Vuitton and Camilla’s was by Dior.
In his speech at Versailles, King Charles spoke of strengthening the bond between the two countries, and he noted how touched he was by the outpouring of love and support after Queen Elizabeth II’s death last year. One such show of support was from French president Emmanuel Macron, who penned a personal tribute to the late queen.
Post source: The List