Tonight the Duchess of Cambridge’s father-in-law Prince Charles gave a speech.
In the speech, Charles warned that in order to “win the battle against climate change”, business and governments need to work together.
He said: “The fight against this terrible pandemic provides, if ever one was needed, a crystal clear example of the scale and sheer speed at which the global community can tackle crises when we combine political will, with business ingenuity and public mobilisation.
“And we are doing it for the pandemic. So, if you don’t mind me saying so, we must also do it for the planet.”
Kate and Dr Biden met for the first time at Connor Downs Academy in Hayle in the county of Cornwall where world leaders have gathered for their summit.
The pair shared their shared passion for education and discussed the early years development of children.
Dr Biden has a doctorate in education from the University of Delaware and while Mr Biden was serving as vice-president under Barack Obama managed to juggle full time teaching at Northern Virginia Community College.
During the meeting Kate was quizzed about her new niece Lili by US press.
The Duchess of Cambridge revealed she “can’t wait to meet” Meghan Markle and Prince Hary’s daughter Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, who was born last week on June 4.
A broadcast journalist from an American network put Kate on the spot when she asked: “Your Royal Highness, do you have any wishes for your niece Lilibet?”
The Duchess replied smiling: “I wish her all the very best. I can’t wait to meet her because we haven’t yet met her yet, so hopefully that will be soon.”
She was also asked if she had spoken with Meghan: “Have you FaceTimed with her?”
Kate replied “No, I haven’t.”