G7 Summit in Great Britain – Look Who’s Jogging! – Politics abroad

At the G7 summit in Cornwall, Great Britain, the world’s mightiest will discuss big questions such as the economy, pandemics and climate protection.

But there is also time to rest a little on the edge of the summit – not only, but especially for the spouses and wives of heads of state and government.

On Saturday morning, the husband of Chancellor Angela Merkel (66, CDU) could be seen jogging on the beach in Corbys Bay.

He allowed himself that after mandatory appearance on the diplomatic floor as Germany’s “first husband”, for example, at photo appointments with other heads of state and government and their allies with elbow greetings.

It will be the last G7 summit for him, as well as for Chancellor Angela Merkel, who will no longer run for federal elections in September.


Joachim Sawyer at the mandatory appointment on the diplomatic floor on Friday with Chancellor Merkel, who welcomes British First Lady Carrie Johnson with an elbow test. Right: British Prime Minister Boris JohnsonPhoto: EPA

But British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (56) also went to the beach on Saturday morning – he was not only jogging, but also allowed himself to swim in the cold sea!


Refreshments on the sidelines of the summit: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson went for a swim

Refreshments on the sidelines of the summit: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson went for a swimPhoto: Ludovic Marin / AFP


Before, Brexit—Boris warmed up by jogging

Before, Brexit—Boris warmed up by joggingPhoto: Getty Images

First lady Jill Biden (USA) and Carrie Johnson were also at the beach when they arrived on Thursday. Brexit—Boris also had the youngest son, Wilfred, almost a year old.


US First Lady Jill Biden (70) and British First Lady Carrie Johnson (33) were also strolling on the beach.  Also present: Boris Johnson and Carey's son, Wilfred (1)

US First Lady Jill Biden (70) and British First Lady Carrie Johnson (33) were also strolling on the beach. Also present: Boris Johnson and Carey’s son, Wilfred (1)Photo: ddp/Simon Dawson / No10 Downing Stray/Eyvine

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