Kenya’s newly-elected President William Ruto shares a photo of him and other African leaders on the bus to the Queen’s funeral

Kenya’s newly-elected President William Ruto shares a photo of him and other African leaders on the bus to the Queen’s funeral

The newly-elected president of Kenya, William Ruto, shared a photograph of himself and other African leaders on route to Buckingham Palace for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

On Monday, the president and his wife Rachel were seen on their way to the funeral.

The photograph depicted Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan seated close to his deputy minister for foreign affairs, Mbarouk Nassor Mbarouk.

The British government issued an order requesting that presidents attending the Queen’s funeral come by coach rather than their own vehicles.

However, certain foreign leaders, such as President Joe Biden of the United States, were permitted to travel using private automobiles.

It was discovered that some European royals waited up to 20 minutes at a bus stop after the Queen’s coffin left Westminster Abbey for Windsor.

The president was seen with his wife Rachel on the left of the third row of the coach in the photo, on the way to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. Samia Suluhu Hassan, the president of Tanzania, is pictured on the right hand side of the second row

The president was seen with his wife Rachel on the left of the third row of the coach in the photo, on the way to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. Samia Suluhu Hassan, the president of Tanzania, is pictured on the right hand side of the second row
President Ruto is pictured greeting King Charles III during the Queen's funeral procession

President Ruto is pictured greeting King Charles III during the Queen’s funeral procession
President Ruto won the August 9 election in East Africa’s most stable democracy, overruning longtime opposition figure Raila Odinga in a surprise victory, heading to the UK to attend the Queen's funeral weeks after

President Ruto won the August 9 election in East Africa’s most stable democracy, overruning longtime opposition figure Raila Odinga in a surprise victory, heading to the UK to attend the Queen’s funeral weeks after

According to The Daily Telegraph, the line included King Felipe VI of Spain, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands with his wife Maxima, Margareta, crown princess of Romania, and Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.

Simeon II, the last tsar of Bulgaria who ruled from 1943 to 1946 and subsequently became the country’s president, and German relatives of the late Prince Philip were also left waiting.

President of Canada Justin Trudeau and Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern were also in line for the coach.

Following the arrival of heads of state from across the world over the weekend to pay their respects to Her Majesty, more African dignitaries were aboard the bus.

President Ruto won the August 9 election in the most stable democracy in East Africa, defeating longstanding opposition leader Raila Odinga in a stunning win when the Kenyan supreme court declined to contest the official results.

The ambitious Ruto, who positioned himself as the defender of the poor and oppressed during the election campaign, has committed to reach out to his opponents in the fiercely divided nation, as well as to address its economic troubles and pervasive corruption.

On the route to King Charles III’s banquet, Biden’s limousine came to a grinding stop outside a Pret a Manger coffee shop in central London.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the line included King Felipe VI of Spain, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands with his wife Maxima, Margareta, crown princess of Romania, and Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.

Simeon II, the last tsar of Bulgaria who ruled from 1943 to 1946 and subsequently became the country’s president, and German relatives of the late Prince Philip were also left waiting.

President of Canada Justin Trudeau and Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern were also in line for the coach.

Following the arrival of heads of state from across the world over the weekend to pay their respects to Her Majesty, more African dignitaries were aboard the bus.

President Ruto won the August 9 election in the most stable democracy in East Africa, defeating longstanding opposition leader Raila Odinga in a stunning win when the Kenyan supreme court declined to contest the official results.

The ambitious Ruto, who positioned himself as the defender of the poor and oppressed during the election campaign, has committed to reach out to his opponents in the fiercely divided nation, as well as to address its economic troubles and pervasive corruption.

On the route to King Charles III’s banquet, Biden’s limousine came to a grinding stop outside a Pret a Manger coffee shop in central London.

On Sunday night in London, Biden and his wife Jill were seen in the back of their presidential vehicle, dubbed “The Beast,” after it became caught in heavy traffic.

The crowd was stunned to see the President and First Lady of the United States drive by them near Marble Arch in central London.

A motorcyclist from the Special Escort Group of London’s Metropolitan Police was seen zipping past the Beast in an effort to clear the road ahead.

After receiving an aisle seat among the 2,000 mourners from across the world at Westminster Abbey, the leader of the free world returned to the United States on Air Force One immediately after the service, before the Queen’s committal and burial.

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