Today, Tuesday, November 21st, South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol (62) continued his three-day state visit to Great Britain together with First Lady Kim Keon-hee (51). Prince William (41) and Princess Kate (41) were the first to welcome the distinguished guests in London in the morning, with the wife of the heir to the British throne attracting everyone's attention in a red cape coat that, according to the British media, costs 3,000 pounds (the equivalent of almost 3,500 euros). attracted attention.
William and Kate picked up the state guests at their London hotel and then traveled together to the welcoming ceremony at Horse Guards Parade. Princess Kate combined her coat-cape with a striking bow by designer Catherine Walker with a matching wide-brimmed hat, red high heels and a red clutch. Her husband opted for a blue coat and red tie. The royal couple honored their guests with this choice of colors, as the colors blue and red can be seen on the South Korean flag.
Afterwards, President Yoon Suk-yeol also met King Charles III. (75) and his wife, Queen Camilla (76). The guests of honor and the royal family traveled by carriage to Buckingham Palace, where the royal family hosted a celebratory lunch. A visit to Westminster Abbey was also on the agenda in the afternoon. There, President Yoon laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The occasion was the 70th anniversary of the end of the Korean War. In the evening King Charles III. A state banquet is again being held for the President of South Korea in Buckingham Palace, at which around 170 guests are expected.