Boris Johnson’s wife Carrie gave birth to the Prime Minister’s seventh child on Thursday, a baby girl. The couple entered a central London hospital around 7.40 a.m. this morning, around two hours after police officers showed up to secure the site before Carrie arrived.
Masked Ms Johnson, 33, was accompanied by a bodyguard. Her husband, wearing a mask and woolen cap, was flanked by two policemen as he followed her carrying a suitcase.
In an official statement, a spokesperson for the couple said: “The Prime Minister and Mrs Johnson are delighted to announce the birth of a healthy baby girl in a London hospital earlier today. Mother and daughter are doing very well. The couple would like to thank the brilliant NHS maternity team for all their care and support. “
the “Prime Minister” now has two children with his third wife Carrie Johnson. They had a son named Wilf in April 2020.
Boris Johnson had previously had four children with his second wife Marina Wheeler. He also has a daughter born in 2009 from an affair with journalist and art critic Helen Macintyre.
Heavily criticized, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologized on Wednesday and his adviser resigned after the publication of a video in which she joked about a Christmas party that was allegedly held in Downing Street last year, in violation of anti-Covid rules.