She has friends, he doesn't! Scott Morrison reveals the surprising friend his wife Jenny made at the G7 summit – after he had continued to stare at his phone alone
- Melania Trump and Jenny Morrison made an unlikely friendship with the G7
- Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the couple made quick friends at the summit
- He discussed Australia's relationship with the UK and the EU as Brexit approaches
- Australia will establish direct trade agreements with the UK and the EU
One is a glamorous fashion model from Slovenia and the other is a down-to-earth nurse from the suburbs of Sydney.
But according to the Prime Minister, Melania Trump and Jenny Morrison have made an unlikely friendship at the G7 summit in France last weekend.
Scott Morrison has revealed that his wife made quick friends with Mrs. Trump at the summit and looks forward to spending more time with her when the couple returns to America later in the year.
& # 39; Jenny was there with me and she spent some time with Melania Trump, & # 39; he said sunrise on Thursday morning.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison's wife Jenny (center) seemed to associate with all women at the G7 summit. (Depicted with French President Emmanuel Macron's wife Brigette (right))
& # 39; People can get along very well at these events … we look forward to being there in a few weeks and that relationship can't be better.
& # 39; It's very important for Australia, & # 39; he added.
Morrison initially discussed Australia's plan to enter into a trade agreement with the UK as soon as it officially leaves the European Union, but the conversation quickly turned to the social aspects of the summit.
While the prime minister boasted about his wife's ease of making friends at the summit, he didn't have much to say about his own social status.
Photos of the event popped up last week from the Australian Prime Minister who cut a lonely figure while other influential world leaders intermingled.
Melania Trump (second right) and Jenny Morrison (left) made an unlikely friendship at the G7 summit in France last weekend, the prime minister said
Morrison stared at his phone when US President Donald Trump spoke with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanual Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Images showed the leaders socializing while a gloomy looking Mr. Morrison stood alone in the background.
Eventually he seemed to relax the interaction more and he was seen right behind Mrs. Trump as she greeted Mr. Trudeau.
The prime minister said the summit was an opportunity for him to discuss Australia's economic status with world leaders and to conclude a possible agreement with the EU.
& # 39; We are already working with the UK and the European Union and are working on an agreement as soon as they are ready to do this, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; We want to get more opportunities for our exporters, because that means more jobs in the end. & # 39;
Scott Morrison watches while the American First Lady Melania Trump warmly greets Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Also shown is the American president Trump in deep conversation with Brigette, the wife of the French president Emmanuel Macron
While world leaders mingle at the G7 summit, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison cut a lonely figure in the background while checking his phone
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