Queen Elizabeth II caught up with the camera and criticized world leaders over the COP26 summit

The queen has been taken on camera and criticized world leaders who have not yet pledged to go to Glasgow for the COP26 climate summit, saying she is “annoyed” by politicians who “talk and do not”.

The 95-year-old monarch made the comments as he joined Prince Charles and Prince William at the inauguration of the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff on Thursday.

She was picked up in a livestream during a conversation with the Duchess of Cornwall and Parliament Speaker Elin Jones – where she referred to the COP26 climate conference.

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Her Majesty is scheduled to attend the event in Scotland with Prince Charles and Prince William, both of whom are expected to speak.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has still not decided whether to go – but it is more likely that he will now participate in a new climate policy agreement that is expected to be reached in the coming days.

This comes after Morrison told The West Australian last month that he was unlikely to attend the summit, which begins on October 31.

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall at the inauguration.
Camera iconQueen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall at the inauguration. Credit: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

“It is not extraordinary. I’ve heard all about the COP … still do not know who’s coming. No idea, said the queen.

“We only know about people who do not come and it’s really annoying when they talk, but they do not.”

US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron are all in attendance.

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But leaders who are not expected to show up include Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern.

Earlier this week, Prince Charles called out Morrison in a BBC interview about his dubious commitment to attend the summit – warning of talks is a “last chance” to take action – when he was told that the Prime Minister may not attend due to concerns about quarantined in Australia on his return.

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“Is that what he says, right?” said the future king and environmentalist.

“Well, that’s what I’m trying to say all the time, and the point is, this is one last chance salon, literally. Because if we do not really make the decisions that are important now, it will be almost impossible to catch up.

“It will be a disaster. I mean, it’s going to be catastrophic. It’s already starting to get catastrophic because nothing in nature can survive the stress created by these weather feelings. ”

The Nationals will hold a party room meeting on Sunday to discuss Australia’s net zero – emission strategy – after some members of the party criticized the policy and said it would affect regional areas and jobs.

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