First Lady Jill Biden joined the other G20 spouses Saturday for a private lunch at Villa Doria Pamphilj, looking friendly with U.K. Prime Minister’s Boris Johnson’s wife Carrie as they walked through the grounds.  

According to the first lady’s spokesperson, Johnson and Biden walked side by side as they took a group photo. Johnson wore a Zara blazer in bright red and a camel dress while Johnson wore a brown blazer.  

Begona, the Spanish Prime Minster Pedro Sanchez, walked in close proximity. 

While a number of spouses were seen in Rome’s Colosseum on Saturday afternoon, the American first lady was not there.   

Friday saw Biden and Brigitte Macron spend time in Rome sipping Chardonnay.  

First Lady Jill Biden (fifth from left) joined other G20 spouses for a closed-door luncheon at Villa Doria Pamphilj on Saturday 

First Lady Jill Biden was spotted chatting with U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's wife Carrie (in red blazer) after a spouse luncheon at Villa Doria Pamphilj on Saturday

First Lady Jill Biden was spotted chatting with U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s wife Carrie (in red blazer) after a spouse luncheon at Villa Doria Pamphilj on Saturday 

The G20 spouses walked around the grounds of Villa Doria Pamphilj on Saturday, where they took a group photo

The G20 spouses walked around the grounds of Villa Doria Pamphilj on Saturday, where they took a group photo 

First Lady Jill Biden is seen walking into a spouses luncheon Saturday at Villa Doria Pamphilj, a villa surrounded by Rome's largest public park

First Lady Jill Biden is seen walking into a spouses luncheon Saturday at Villa Doria Pamphilj, a villa surrounded by Rome’s largest public park 

Dr. Biden wasn't photographed among the G20 spouses who visited the Colosseum on Saturday including Carrie Johnson (center in red), Italian prime minister's wife Serenella Cappello (sixth from right) and French First Lady Brigitte Macron (fourth from right)

Dr. Biden wasn’t photographed among the G20 spouses who visited the Colosseum on Saturday including Carrie Johnson (center in red), Italian prime minister’s wife Serenella Cappello (sixth from right) and French First Lady Brigitte Macron (fourth from right) 

Carrie Johnson is photographed taking in the Colosseum in Rome on Saturday with other partners of G20 leaders

Carrie Johnson and other G20 leaders are photographed at the Colosseum in Rome, Saturday. 

Carrie Johnson (left) and Brigitte Macron (right) speak at the Colosseum in Rome on Saturday

Carrie Johnson (left), and Brigitte McMahon (right) spoke at the Colosseum in Rome, Saturday 

(From left) Brigitte Macron, Carrie Johnson and Italian prime minister's wife Serenella Cappello at the Colosseum in Rome on Saturday

(From left) Brigitte Macron, Carrie Johnson and Italian prime minister’s wife Serenella Cappello at the Colosseum in Rome on Saturday 

The first two ladies were almost twins, as the petite blondes wore navy suits with navy heels.   

Both blondes were small and wore navy suits paired together with navy heels. 

They got together at a restaurant called Il Marchese, ahead of their husbands’ first meeting since France was blindsided by Australia pulling out of a submarine deal to join a security pact with the United States and the United Kingdom.

After the meeting, Biden, 68, stood alongside Macron, 68, and said that it was a wonderful time. 

She cooed, “It’s nice to have two friends together, just as sisters,” 

The women drank Chardonnay and shared small bites. 

Biden was coy when asked what they ate or drank.

She stopped and said, “Well.” ‘Practically nothing.  

'It's nice, two friends together, just like sisters,' First Lady Jill Biden (right) said after sipping Chardonnay with French First Lady Brigitte Macron (left) at Il Marchese in Rome

After sipping Chardonnay with Brigitte Macron, the French First Lady, First Lady Jill Biden (right), First Lady Jill Biden said: “It’s lovely, two friends together. Just like sisters.” 

Dr. Jill Biden

Brigitte Macron

First Lady Jill Biden (left), First Lady Brigitte Macron from France (right), wore navy suits with heels for their get together at Il Marchese. It took place as President Joe Biden & French President Emmanuel Macron held a bilateral meet in Rome Friday night. 

Biden waves at reporters staged outside Il Marchese, a restaurant located near the Tiber river in Rome

Biden waves at reporters gathered outside Il Marchese in Rome, a restaurant near the Tiber River. 

The French first lady arrived after Biden. She and the American first lady spent time together at spouses events in June at the G7

Biden was the first American to arrive in France as the first lady of the French Republic. She and the American first Lady spent time together at the June spouses event at the G7 

French First Lady Brigitte Macron (left) and First Lady Jill Biden (right) spoke with reporters after spending time together - while their husbands met - at a restaurant in Rome on the sidelines of the G20

After spending time together (while their husbands met) at a Rome restaurant on the sidelines G20, Brigitte Macron, the French First Lady, and Jill Biden, the First Lady of France, spoke with reporters 

Jill Biden's meeting with First Lady Macron is part of the first lady's packed schedule over four days in Italy.

Jill Biden will meet First Lady Macron as part of her busy schedule over four days in Italy.

Biden, whose family comes from Italy spoke glowingly about the host country for this year’s G20. 

“We’ve been here so many times. I love Italy, Brigitte loves Italy. Who wouldn’t love Italy? It’s a beautiful country that we could love, right? She said. 

CNN reported Friday that the Bidens even spent Thanksgiving in Rome with their son Beau after Beau’s death in 2015.  

As she arrived at the restaurant, located on a narrow street near the Tiber river, Biden was asked about her earlier meeting with Pope Francis she attended alongside President Joe Biden. 

She said, “It was wonderful, and he was fantastic,” to reporters standing outside the restaurant’s doors. 

Macron, who arrived in second place, nodded affirmatively when asked if it was exciting to meet with Dr. Biden.  

First Lady Jill Biden (right), arriving in Rome early Friday morning alongside President Joe Biden (right), has her own packed schedule while in Italy through Monday

First Lady Jill Biden (right), arrived in Rome early Friday morning along with President Joe Biden. She has her own packed itinerary while in Italy through Monday 

First Lady Jill Biden (center) speaks to children's theater performers at a G7 event alongside Carrie Johnson (left), the wife of U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and Brigitte Macron (right), who she'll meet with in Rome Friday afternoon

Jill Biden, First Lady, speaks to children’s theater actors at a G7 conference alongside Carrie Johnson (left), the wife U.K Prime Minister Boris Johnson (right), and Brigitte Macron (right), who she will meet in Rome on Friday afternoon. 

First Lady Jill Biden (second from right) and Brigitte Macron (right) stand side-by-side at a spouses event in June, which was part of the G7 in Cornwall

Brigitte and Brigitte, first lady Jill Biden (second row from right), are side-byside at a June spouses event that was part of G7 in Cornwall 

She and Macron had The Bidens spent time together at a spouses function at the G7 in Cornwall, June. This was the Bidens first overseas trip since January.   

Earlier Friday, Biden had tea with Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s wife Serena Cappello at the Chigi Palace, while President Biden met with the prime minister. 

After a weekend of private spouse events, the first lady will do a solo trip to Naval Support Activity Naples on Monday, where about 8,500 U.S. troops work.  

The first lady will be visiting Naples Middle High School (a school managed by the Department of Defense), where she will meet with students and teachers, and then give a speech. 

This event will marry Biden’s ‘Joining Forces’ initiative, which she started in 2011 with former First Lady Michelle Obama and restarted earlier in the year, and her career, as an English teacher. 

Joining Forces offers support for military personnel, veterans, and their families.      

First Lady Jill Biden (center right) speaks with Uberto Vanni d'Archirafi (center left), the Senior Official of the Diplomatic Protocol of the Italian Republic, on the tarmac at Rome Fiumicino International Airport early Friday morning

First Lady Jill Biden (center right) speaks with Uberto Vanni d’Archirafi (center left), the Senior Official of the Diplomatic Protocol of the Italian Republic, on the tarmac at Rome Fiumicino International Airport early Friday morning 

First Lady Jill Biden (left) ushers President Joe Biden (right) toward the Beast as they arrive in Rome, Italy to participate in G20 events through Sunday

First Lady Jill Biden (left), ushers President Joe Biden towards the Beast, as they arrive in Rome (Italy) to take part in G20 events through Sunday  

First Lady Jill Biden (center) hugs Sarb Edmund (second from left) the 89th Airlift Wing Senior/Training Protocol Specialist, as she and President Joe Biden depart for Rome from Joint Base Andrews Thursday

First Lady Jill Biden (center) hugs Sarb Edmund (second from left) the 89th Airlift Wing Senior/Training Protocol Specialist, as she and President Joe Biden depart for Rome from Joint Base Andrews Thursday 

First Lady Jill Biden (right) and President Joe Biden left for Rome early Thursday afternoon. They will split up Monday with the president traveling to Scotland for COP26 and the first lady heading to Naples to visit a Defense Department-funded high school at a U.S. base

President Joe Biden (right), and First Lady Jill Biden (left) left Rome early Thursday afternoon. They will part ways Monday, with the president heading to Scotland for COP26 while the first lady is going to Naples to visit a Defense Department funded high school at a U.S. military base. 

Biden continues to teach classes at community colleges – making her the first woman to hold an outside job. 

Biden was also busy on her first solo overseas trip – representing the United States at opening of the Tokyo summer Olympics. 

There, the first lady held court with then Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and his wife Mariko, watched the Olympics with French President Emmanuel Macron, attended an event with heads of delegations at Tokyo’s Imperial Palace and hosted an Olympics watch party for American diplomats at the ambassador’s residence in Tokyo. 

She visited Alaska and Hawaii to advocate for COVID-19 vaccines.

FLOTUS attended the Honolulu barbecue for military personnel and their families as part Of Joining Forces.