King Charles and Queen Camila has received a warm welcome in France as he came for a state visit first time since preserving their new royal titles following Queen Elizabeth II's death.
The King and Queen's visit to start with a ceremonial welcome at the Arc de Triomphe.
The official representative account of the royal family had shared his Majesty's thoughts on embarking for the state visit to France, first time as the King of England.
In a video clip shared on Wednesday, King Charles can be seen boarding on a plain dressed in grey-silver three piece suit.
Charles shook hand with the flight attendant, who was standing to greet the King.
"We are so looking forward to joining you in Paris and Bordeaux, as we embark on our first State Visit as King and Queen to France, a country for which we both have the greatest love and admiration," read the caption alongside the video.
It further added, "We will celebrate the special bond between our two countries and all that your wonderful country has to offer. À bientôt France! -Charles R. and Camilla R."
It is pertinent to note, the royal couple visit to the country was due in March, however it was postponed after widespread protest all over France against President Emmanuel Macron's pension age reforms.
This will be His Majesty’s 35th official visit to France, while Her Majesty is officially visiting it for the ninth time.
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