Carrie Johnson and Brigitte Macron have been pictured sharing a kiss during the G7 Summit in Germany as world leaders continued discussions.
The pair took in the Bavarian Alps during the three-day summit, with Ms Johnson also taking her six-month-old daughter Romy with her on the trip.
The Prime Minister and his wife also spent time with Amelie Derbaudrenghien, the partner of European Council President Charles Michel and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s partner Britta Erns.
One picture showed Ms Macron giving Ms Johnson, who hosted partners during the G7 Summit in Cornwall last year, a kiss on the cheek.
Brigitte Macron giving Carrie Johnson a kiss MICHAELA REHLE
Ms Johnson and Ms Macron alongside Amelie Derbaudrenghien and Britta Ernst, MICHAELA REHLE
During the summit, leaders condemned Russia’s actions in Ukraine.
The joint statement issued by the G7 promised continued tough sanctions, but drew back from imposing a price cap on exports of Russian oil – something Joe Biden’s White House had pushed for.
Instead the leaders agreed only to explore the measure.
The G7 leaders condemned “Russia’s illegal and unjustifiable war of aggression against Ukraine”.
The statement said: “We will stand with Ukraine for as long as it takes, providing the needed financial, humanitarian, military, and diplomatic support in its courageous defence of its sovereignty and territorial integrity.
“We are ready to reach arrangements together with interested countries and institutions and Ukraine on sustained security commitments to help Ukraine defend itself and to secure its free and democratic future.”
The leaders of the UK, US, Canada, Japan, Germany, France and Italy promised to “continue to impose severe and enduring costs on Russia to help bring an end to this war”.
“Beyond its direct implications, Russia’s aggression is impeding the global recovery and dramatically worsening energy security and access to food globally.
“To this end, we remain steadfast in our commitment to our unprecedented co-ordination on sanctions for as long as necessary, acting in unison at every stage, and will reduce Russia’s revenues, including from gold."