BORIS Johnson and his wife Carrie shared a new look at baby Romy during a video call with the Covid vaccination center – with their pet dog Dilyn lurking beside them.
The couple beamed as they chatted with Dr Laura Mount – who is leading the team at jab Central and West Warrington clinics – with Carrie hugs their new born daughter at Checkers, in Ellesborough, Bucks.
They also spoke with Tom Jones, from Rickmansworth, who is attending the RVS Rickmansworth lunch club and caring for his amnesiac wife.
The Prime Minister is pictured grinning as Carrie holds a little Romy in a blue blanket on the sofa of their country house – with their Dilyn seen also joining them.
Romy was born on December 9 in a London hospital, with Boris and Carrie – who were secretly married earlier this year – revealing her full name, Romy Iris Charlotte Johnson, days later .
Carrie, 33, shared the news on her Instagram – just minutes after the Prime Minister let it appear on a clip when he visited a vaccine center earlier this month.
In her sweet social media post, the Prime Minister’s wife said older brother Wilf was playing the role very well, “stroking Romy’s hair, kissing passionately and playing with his matchbox cars. right next to her crib, just in case she wants to join in, too.”
Young Wilf, whose big blond curls and obnoxious image of his father, became the star of G7 after world leaders glam on the beaches of Cornwall last summer.
And she thanked the “wonderful maternity staff” at University College Hospital for their care, adding: “we are so grateful”.
Boris, 57, stayed with eco-campaigner Carrie during the birth and visited the couple several times before they both went home the weekend after Romy was born.
Carrie said the couple’s new joy, the baby was born at 9:01 am on December 9, named after Aunt Rosemary.
Iris is the Greek word for rainbow – in a touching tribute to Carrie’s miscarriage earlier this year.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17142465/boris-johnson-carrie-baby-romy-dog-videocall/ Boris Johnson and Carrie share a picture of baby Romy next to his dog Dilyn during a video call with the Covid vaccine center