CARRIE Johnson will host the world’s most powerful spouses at next week’s G7 summit in her first official job as Britain’s First Lady.
Aides hope the pair hit it off as they seek to use the first big summit in over a year to bolster the “special relationship”.
It will be the first time Carrie has been at Boris’ side for such a key event.
She is stepping up her public duties following her marriage to Mr Johnson, 56, on Saturday.
The conservationist missed the last G7 in Biarritz, France, in 2019, blaming work commitments.
The UK is embarking on its biggest security operation to guard the summit against any possible terror attacks or political protests.
Police says there is no specific threat but thousands of activists from up to 40 different groups, including Extinction Rebellion, are expected to lay siege.
An exclusion zone will be in place during the event which will be held at Carbis Bay in Cornwall between June 11 and 13.
There will be 1,500 local cops and 5,000 others, including 850 from the Met.
Up to 1,000 armed officers along with 150 sniffer dogs and their handlers will also be deployed.
Warships are on standby to patrol Cornwall’s north coast.
They will be backed by helicopters, Royal Marine Commandos, Navy bomb disposal divers and Special Forces teams.