Prince Charles today described his ‘sorrow’ over slavery and the future of the Queen as head of state of Commonwealth nations after an awkward meeting with Boris Johnson in Rwanda today amid tensions between the men over the Government’s plans to sent migrants to the east African country.
The heir to the throne and the Prime Minister are both in Kigali for a Commonwealth summit and met privately over a cup of tea and biscuits – although the chat is not believed to have included the row over the treatment of asylum seekers.
Before the meeting they posed awkwardly for photographers and smiled wryly before their short meeting in a conference room with them and close aides.
Minutes earlier Charles gave a landmark speech where he said that countries who no longer want the Queen as head…
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