Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Symonds announced their engagement on Saturday evening, including they are expecting a baby in the summertime, putting up Johnson is the first prime minister for divorce and marry while in office.
Johnson and his second spouse, Indian-origin Marina Wheeler, are in an advanced stage of divorce. They reached a monetary settlement before this month for a precursor to the formalization of the divorce.
It’ll be Johnson’s third union; he married Allegra Mostyn-Owen in 1987; it had been annulled in 1993. Then he married Wheeler in 1993, together with whom he had four kids.
In a post on her Instagram account has a picture with Johnson, Symonds wrote: “A lot of you already know but for my friends that still do not, we have engaged at the end of this past year… and we have got a baby hatching early summer. Feel incredibly blessed”
A former Conservative Party communications leader, Symonds was romantically connected to Johnson from the press in ancient 2019, but her institution goes back to if she worked on his powerful re-election bidding as London mayor in 2012.
Both the former prime ministers Tony Blair and David Cameron had kids while at Downing Street.