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Jon Batiste to sing for French President Emmanuel Macron at Joe Biden's first state dinner
Jon Batiste will perform for French President Emmanuel Macron at  Joe Biden's first White House state dinner  on Thursday - in an event honoring long-standing ties between the United States and France.The Oscar winner, 36, who was bandleader and musical director of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert for seven years, was lauded as an 'artist who transcends generations' in a statement from the White House.'Jon Batiste's music inspires and brings people together' said Vanessa Valdivia, a spokesperson for first lady Jill Biden. Performance: Jon Batiste will perform for French President Emmanuel Macron at Joe Biden's first White House state dinner on Thursday - in an event honoring long-standing ties between the United States and France (pictured April)'We're thrilled to have him perform at the White House for the first state dinner of the Biden-Harris administration.'Batiste will be adding White House entertainer to an already long list of roles, including recording artist, film composer, museum creative director and scion of New Orleans musical royalty.   He won five Grammy Awards this year, including for album of the year for We Are. During the awards show in April, Batiste ended his dance-filled performance of Freedom by jumping up on Billie Eilish´s table.
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Prince George 'wipes away tears' at Queen's funeral in heartbreaking scenes
Prince George was seen wiping tears inside Westminster Abbey having walked alongside his father Prince William at the Queen's funeral.The nine-year-old joined his younger sister, Princess Charlotte, and other members of the Royal Family as part of a procession as they walked in Westminster Abbey.When they arrived at their seats, George was seen appearing to get emotional and was seen wiping tears from his face.READ MORE: Fears for Charlotte and George following Queen's coffin after Harry's haunting claimThe moment was spotted by viewers, who shared their thoughts on social media.One said: "Little Prince George wiping away tears."Another commented: "Prince George is crying." "A beauty service so far, the first glimpse of Prince George and I started crying," a third added.George has accompanied his parents to numerous engagements over the last year, with Charlotte and younger brother Prince Louis making appearances during the Queen’s jubilee.At the end of the service, George and Charlotte will leave the ceremony in a procession behind the coffin once more - walking with their parents as they leave the Abbey.They will later join their parents along with the other royals and the 800-strong congregation at the committal service in St George's Chapel in Windsor.World leaders including US president Joe Biden and French president Emmanuel Macron and other top foreign dignitaries were invited to the funeral, in what was described by some as the "reception of the century".READ NEXT:
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Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral Invite List: Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, Global Royals and More
Thania Garcia Although the royal family has yet to confirm the official list of attendees for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, various heads of state have already confirmed their planned attendance at the Westminster Abbey ceremony scheduled for Monday, Sept. 19. Buckingham Palace revealed the full schedule of the funeral plans — which will begin in London and end in Windsor — including the several categories of dignitaries invited: global government representatives, foreign royal families, governors general, realm prime ministers and heads of state. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will be present, along with all of the heads of the Commonwealth including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Indian President Droupadi Murmu and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. Joining them will be President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, French President Emmanuel Macron, Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska and the presidents of Austria, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy and Poland, among other representatives.
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Man tackled by police officers and arrested after making a run to the Queen's coffin
police after he broke free of the queue to see the Queen's coffin and made a run towards it.Other mourners in the queue waiting to pay their respects reportedly watched on in horror.Police were quick to spot the offender, quickly grabbing and taking him down, before he was arrested.READ MORE: Queen was worth £68billion when she died with her fortune now passed onto King CharlesThe incident occurred at 10pm on friday evening (September 16), with the Met Police issuing the following statement:“22:00hrs on Friday 16 September officers from the Met's Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command detained a man in Westminster Hall following a disturbance."He was arrested for an offence under the Public Order Act and is currently in custody.”The queue for paying respects to the Queen's coffin in Westminster Hall runs for miles, with it taking around 12 hours to get to the front.Westminster Hall will be open to mourners until 6:30am on Monday morning, with the funeral taking place later that day.The UK is set to see the arrival of many global leaders over the weekend, with around 500 dignitaries from around the world are expected to attend, including US president Joe Biden, French leader Emmanuel Macron and New Zealand's premier Jacinda Ardern.
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