King Charles and Liz Truss met on Sunday afternoon as a whole bunch of dignitaries from throughout the globe descend on London to pay their respects to the Queen.
The prime minister spent a second day in casual conferences with heads of presidency and state at Downing Street forward of a deliberate reception at Buckingham Palace.
She has concluded conferences with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and Ireland’s Taoiseach Micheal Martin, and can also be anticipated to satisfy Polish president Andrzej Duda.
But a deliberate bilateral with US president Joe Biden was cancelled and the pair will as a substitute speak at an upcoming UN normal meeting session subsequent week.
Yesterday Ms Truss had casual talks held with the Australian and New Zealand prime ministers Anthony Albanese and Jacinda Ardern on the authorities’s hevening nation home in Kent.
Taoiseach Mr Martin stated the assembly with Ms Truss has been “warm” however that he had avoided discussions concerning the controversial Northern Ireland protocol.
“I don’t think this is the time, if you don’t mind me saying so, to get into the detail about issues like the protocol,” he advised BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
“I’ve had a good telephone conversation last week with the British Prime Minister, had an initial warm meeting this morning where we discussed many issues in the context of the British-Irish relationship.
“But I do factor the chance is there for us to reset relationships and to take heed to what we achieved in earlier years, the obstacles that have been overcome then.
“And that gives us the strength to know that we have the capacity to overcome current obstacles, current issues that potentially could impede the relationship, and I believe we can overcome them.”
However, Irish public broadcaster RTE reviews, that the pair agreed there was nonetheless a possibility for a negotiated end result on points across the protocol.