King Charles tweeted, “Dear, dear,” as he greeted Liz Truss at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday night.
The King entertained the Prime Minister in one of the palace’s large reception rooms after meeting with the Malaysian King and Queen.
A clip released by the Palace at the beginning of its weekly audience shows a pair of double doors opened by servants, with Ms. Truss being escorted inside by the King’s equery.
“Prime Minister, Your Majesty,” the edict announces.
Ms. Truss steps forward to shake hands with the King and bow.
“Your Majesty, it is an honor to see you again,” she says.
Charles smiles and replies, “Are you back again?”
The king answers:
That happened after Mr Truss faced the prime minister’s question in parliament. she insisted she would not cut spending Balancing the books as economists and financial markets continued to question her plans.
Truss told lawmakers he was “absolutely” not planning to cut public spending, but insisted taxpayer money would be put to good use.
Separately, on Wednesday afternoon, King Charles also met with the King and Queen of Malaysia, known as Yang Di Pertuan Agong and Raja Permaisri Agong.