British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s wife Carrie Symonds delivered a “healthy baby boy” in a London hospital on Wednesday, a couple of spokesmen said. The news came as a surprise, as for several weeks Symonds, 32, was not thought to be due, but she was said to do “very well.” The news comes just days after Johnson, 55, came back to work upon being admitted to the coronavirus hospital including three intensive care nights.
The news explains why Downing Street officials were hesitant to confirm that Johnson. It would be appearing with members of parliament at his weekly question and answer session. It is expected that Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who was deputy during his illness. He would take his place later on Wednesday. It is assumed that Johnson has at least five children. It includes four with his second wife, Marina Wheeler, from whom he split in 2018. Since early 2019 he has been dating publicly to Symonds. She is a former head of communications for the Conservative Party. In February the couple reveal the news of there marriage and expecting a child “in the early summer”.
Couple Announces the New Beforehand
Symonds announces about her engagement at the end of last year on her Instagram account. It is private but details of which publish in the media. Johnson only returns to work on Monday, two weeks after suffering in the hospital for disease. He claims: “might have gone either way.” Before he became ill Symonds had moved out of their Downing Street flat. But later reported getting coronavirus symptoms.
She was at home resting. She has maintained a low profile as the “first spouse,” largely keeping from last December’s election campaign. It saw Johnson secure the Conservatives’ best result since the 1980s. A keen environmental activist, she worked for an ocean conservation charity after leaving the Conservative Party.