BORIS Johnson will deploy the Queen, the Red Arrows and two of the nations’ finest chefs as he woos world leaders this weekend.
They will feast on Cornwall’s finest food and soak up some of the county’s culture during the G7 summit.
World leaders at the G7 summit are set to enjoy a barbecue[/caption]
At a lavish dinner at the Eden Project on Friday night they will feast on fish caught off the Cornish coast and cooked by Emily Scott, chef at the Watergate Bay hotel near Newquay.
The Queen and Prince of Wales will join for a reception before the dinner.
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Saturday night’s dinner will be a less formal affair, with the leaders tucking into a barbecue on the beach in Carbis Bay cooked by Simon Stallard, from the Hidden Hut in Portscatho.
The Red Arrows will do a fly past and the leaders and their wives will toast marshmallows on a fire pit while encouraged into a Sea Shanty singalong.
Local Shanty band Du Hag Owr will provide the musical accompaniment to the event, all washed down with Cornish sparkling wine, German Riesling, Australian Shiraz, Cornish beer and a “hedgerow fizz cocktail”.
Carrie Johnson and Jill Biden have already been spotted getting on well[/caption]
The Queen will join for a reception before the dinner[/caption]
Du Hag Owr will sing sea shanties[/caption]
Emily Scott, chef at the Watergate Bay hotel near Newquay, will cook for the world leaders[/caption]
The Red Arrows will fly at the Carbis Bay event[/caption]