Boris Johnson Is a Father of Five Beautiful Kids — Meet the UK Prime Minister's Family
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has spent a couple of days in the Intensive Care Unit due to persistent symptoms of coronavirus, is expecting another child.
The PM himself revealed that he had tested positive for COVID-19 in a two-minute video shared on Twitter. One of the things that he pointed out was that he had developed “mild symptoms” and that he was in self-isolation.
The Prime Minister denied the paternity of his fifth child.
BORIS JOHNSON’S FIGHT WITH CORONAVIRUS
Unfortunately, Boris’ condition didn’t improve, so he was admitted into St. Thomas Hospital on April 5. According to his spokeswoman, he followed his doctor’s advice and went to the hospital to get “tests.”
She emphasized that it was only a precautionary step, that he would not step down from his duties, and that he thanked the “incredibly hard work” of the NHS.
Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus.— Boris Johnson #StayAlert (@BorisJohnson) March 27, 2020
I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government’s response via video-conference as we fight this virus.
Together we will beat this. #StayHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/9Te6aFP0Ri
Only one day after the UK Prime Minister was admitted into the hospital, a spokesman announced that his symptoms “worsened,” which drove his doctors to move him to the ICU.
The spokesman of the 55-year-old politician said that he was getting “excellent care” in the hospital and that, if needed, First Secretary of State Dominic Raab would stand in for him.
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I fully understand the public’s concerns about the global spread of coronavirus, and it is likely to become more significant in the coming weeks. Keeping the country safe is our overriding priority and today’s plan means we are committed to doing everything possible – based on the advice of our world-leading scientific experts - to prepare for all eventualities. We will make sure the NHS gets all the support it needs to continue their brilliant response to the virus so far. Crucially, we must also not forget what we can all do to fight this virus - which is to wash our hands with soap and water for the length of time it takes to sing Happy Birthday twice. It’s simple advice but it’s the single most important thing we can all do. Read our action plan here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-action-plan
HIS GIRLFRIEND IS EXPECTING A CHILD
According to BBC, Boris is still conscious, and the decision to take him into the intensive care unit was a precaution in case he requires a ventilator.
Several people in the UK are concerned about his condition. One of them is Queen Elizabeth, who wished him a speedy recovery shortly after he was moved into the ICU.
Probably nobody is as worried as Boris Johnson’s girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, though. As Express reported, Carrie, who is pregnant and due this summer, is self-isolating in their home in South London.
The couple announced their engagement and the baby news on February 29, 2020, less than one month before he fell ill.
BORIS JOHNSON’S CHILDREN
When they tie the knot, Carrie will become Boris Johnson’s third wife. He married Allegra Mostyn-Owen in 1987, but their union was annulled in 1993. Later that year, he married his second wife, Marina Wheeler.
With her, the current Prime Minister shared four children: Lara, Milo, Cassia, and Theodore. Lara, 26, is a writer, editor, and broadcaster who graduated from St. Andrews University.
Milo, 24, is reportedly a sportsman who studied at Westminster School and London’s School of Oriental and African Studies. He speaks Arabic, Russian, French, and English.
Cassia, 22, is also a writer. She studied at the Highgate School in North London, and during her time there, she served as a student editor of their alumni magazine Cholmeleian.
Theodore, 20, is Boris and Marina’s youngest child. While most of the details of his life have been kept away from the spotlight, it is known that he attended Cambridge University, the rival of Boris’ university Oxford.
There is another kid, Stephanie. She was born in 2009 after Boris and her mother, art consultant Helen Macintyre, had an affair.
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We’re leading a campaign to fight back against this disease. To keep the economy growing, to make sure that humanity has access to the drugs and the treatments that we all need, and the UK is also at the front of the effort to back business, to back our economy, to make sure that we get through it. I know that today we are asking a lot of everybody. It is far more now than just washing your hands - though clearly washing your hands remains important. But I can tell you that across this country, people and businesses in my experience are responding with amazing energy and creativity to the challenge that we face, and I want to thank everybody for the part that you are playing and are going to play.
BORIS AND MARINA’S DIVORCE
Initially, the Prime Minister denied the paternity of his fifth child. In fact, his name was not on the child’s birth certificate. In 2013, Boris was involved in a legal battle trying to get an injunction to prevent her existence from being reported.
Speaking of his and Marina’s relationship, they have been separated for months and are in the middle of their divorce. Back in mid-February, it was reported that the former couple had reached an agreement over money.
Judge Sarah Gibbons, who oversaw the hearing, didn’t let members of the public be present. Journalists, on the other hand, were allowed in, but they could not disclose anything related to money.
At the moment, people around the world are expecting to get more news about Boris Johnson’s condition.
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