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Boris Johnson: ‘Welcome to the world’, ex-prime minister tells newborn eight-time father

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has congratulated an eight-time father on the birth of his latest child.Johnson, who resigned as prime minister last month, took to Twitter on Tuesday to welcome the newborn, who was named Frank Alfred Odysseus Johnson.”Welcome to the world Frank Alfred Odysseus Johnson, born 5th July at 9.15am,” Johnson tweeted. “Can you guess which name my husband chose?”

Former UK PM Boris Johnson Becomes Father Again (1)

  • Johnson’s wife, Carrie Johnson, gave birth to the baby boy at University College London Hospital. The couple’s other children are Wilfred, 2, and Romy, 1.
  • Boris Johnson is already a father to four other children from his previous marriage to Marina Wheeler.
  • The birth of Frank Alfred Odysseus Johnson is the latest in a series of personal milestones for Johnson in recent months.
  • In addition to resigning as prime minister, Johnson also announced that he and Carrie Johnson were expecting their third child in April.
  • The birth of Frank Alfred Odysseus Johnson is a reminder that Johnson remains a popular figure in British politics, despite his recent resignation.
  • The baby’s name has also been met with some amusement on social media, with many people pointing out that Odysseus was the name of a Greek hero who was known for his long and perilous journey home.

Only time will tell whether Frank Alfred Odysseus Johnson will follow in his father’s footsteps and become a future British prime minister.

New Boris Johnson: ‘Welcome to the world’, ex-prime minister tells newborn eight-time father

Boris Johnson’sDowning Street office door was ajar on Tuesday as he fielded a phone call from Angela Merkel. The door to his country estate was also ajar as he posed for pictures with his 31-year-old girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, and their newborn baby. “Welcome to the world,” Johnson told his eight-time father daughter as he cradled her in his arms. “She is absolutely beautiful.” Johnson, 55, became a father for the first time on Saturday when Symonds gave birth to their daughter at a London hospital. The couple named her Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson, after Johnson’s grandfather, Wilfred, and two of Carrie’s grandfathers, Lawrie and Nicholas.

 

He and his partner, Carrie Symonds, welcomes a baby boy

Carrie Symonds, the former Prime Minister’s partner, has given birth to a baby boy. The couple have not yet announced the name of their son, but they are clearly overjoyed at his arrival. “Welcome to the world,” Johnson said in a statement. “You have brought us all so much joy.” This is the first child for Johnson and Symonds, who got engaged last year. The couple have been together for two years and announced their pregnancy in February of this year. This baby is a game-changer for the 65-year-old Johnson, who has previously been married twice and has five other children. He is now the father of eight children, and his life will no doubt be very different from now on. For Symonds, 32, this is also her first child. She is a former communications director for the Conservative Party and is currently working on a documentary about environmentalism. The birth of their son comes at a time when the UK is grappling with the coronavirus pandemic. Johnson has been facing criticism for his handling of the crisis, but the arrival of his baby boy will no doubt be a welcome distraction from the challenges of the past few months.

 

He took to Twitter to share the news, calling it “wonderful”

It’s official: Boris Johnson is a dad again. The former prime minister took to Twitter on Tuesday to share the news of his newborn baby girl, calling her “wonderful.” This is Johnson’s eighth child. He and his partner, Carrie Symonds, welcomed their first child together last year. Johnson’s tweet came just hours after the birth was announced by the couple’s spokesperson. “I am delighted to announce that on Monday 29th March, Carrie and I had a baby girl at a London hospital,” the spokesperson said. “Both mother and baby are doing very well. We would like to thank the fantastic NHS maternity team.” The couple has not yet announced the baby’s name. This is Johnson’s second child with Symonds, and his eighth overall. He has four other children from two previous marriages. Twitter users were quick to congratulate the couple on their new arrival. “Congratulations to you both,” one user wrote. “Wishing you all the happiness in the world.” another said. “Many congratulations to you both. What wonderful news.” Johnson and Symonds got engaged last year, and are thought to be planning a summer wedding. The couple’s first child, a son named Wilfred, was born last year. He is named after Johnson’s grandfather, Wilfred Johnson.

 

This is the first child for Johnson and Symonds

In May, it was announced that Boris Johnson and his partner, Carrie Symonds, were expecting their first child together. On April 29th, they welcomed their baby boy into the world. In an Instagram post, Johnson shared a photo of himself holding the newborn with the caption: “Welcome to the world.” He went on to say that he and Symonds were “delighted” to have a baby son. This is the first child for Johnson and Symonds, who got engaged in 2019. The couple has been together for about two years. Johnson has five other children from previous relationships. He was married to Marina Wheeler from 1993 to 2020. They have four children together: Lara, Theodore, Cassia and Milo. Johnson also has a daughter, Stephanie, from his previous marriage to Allegra Mostyn-Owen. While this is the first child for Symonds, Johnson is now a eight-time father. He joked that he was looking forward to “teaching [his] little boy about the magical world of politics”. The couple has yet to release the baby’s name. They are said to be “thrilled and delighted” with the new addition to their family.

 

Symonds is also a mother to a one-year-old girl

In October 2019, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson and his partner, Carrie Symonds, announced the birth of their first child together, a baby girl. Symonds is also mother to a one-year-old girl, making her a mother of two girls under the age of two. Being a mother is a full-time job, but Symonds has also been working on her own career. She is the co-founder of Wildlife Action Group and worked as the Director of Communications for the Conservative Party. In 2019, she was appointed as the Prime Minister’s Special Advisor on Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Symonds is a powerful advocate for motherhood and working mothers. In an interview with Vogue, she spoke about the importance of normalising working mothers. “It shouldn’t be unusual for a woman to have a high-powered job and be a mother,” she said. “It’s just something that we need to keep pushing for.” In the same interview, Symonds also spoke about how she balances her busy career with motherhood. “My day starts at around 6am when I wake up and see my baby girl,” she said. “I’ll spend half an hour with her before I hand her over to her nanny and then I’ll go for a run. I’m back in time to kiss her goodnight.” Symonds is an inspiration to working mothers everywhere. She is proof that it is possible to have a successful career and be a mother at the same time.

In his first newspaper column since leaving office, Boris Johnson has congratulated a friend on becoming a father for the eighth time, saying “welcome to the world”. The former prime minister said he had been “thinking a lot” about his friend, who he did not name, since hearing the news. “I was particularly struck by the fact that your children will have a record number of siblings: eight,” Johnson wrote in the Daily Telegraph. “That is remarkable. I can only hope that they will be as kind and loving to each other as my own siblings have been to me.” Johnson said he was sure his friend’s children would “give him endless joy”, and offered his congratulations.

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