Sunday, June 30, 1963
The informal meeting between Kennedy and Macmillan in the drawing room at Birch Grove started early in the morning. The two leaders among other items discussed their plans for a joint Anglo-American agreement on test ban negotiations with the Soviets.
Later in the morning, JFK attended Mass. Back at Macmillan’s home, Kennedy presented Dorothy Macmillan with a gold dressing room set and received in return a pair of china blue jays.
[union jack, p. 244-5]