Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds announce the birth of a healthy baby girl

The couple after their wedding at Westminster Cathedral in May (Image: 10 Downing Street)

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie announced ‘the birth of a healthy baby girl at a London hospital earlier today’.

In an earlier Instagram post announcing the pregnancy, Mrs. Johnson, 33, said she had a miscarriage earlier in the year and feels ‘extremely blessed to be pregnant again but I also feel like a nerve bag’.

The couple welcomed their first child, Wilfred, last April. The boy was born a month after the Prime Minister was treated at the Covid 19 hospital.

Mrs Johnson shared details of her pregnancy and miscarriage on her social media account and encouraged others to open up about their fertility issues.

She said: ‘I feel so comforted to hear from people who have also gone through loss, so I hope that in a very small way sharing this can also help others. others.’

In her post, she hinted that the baby would be born before Christmas, saying they ‘hopefully our rainbow baby’ during the festive period.

The couple have been together since 2018, when Mr Johnson was foreign secretary and moved to Downing Street when he took over from Theresa May as Prime Minister in 2019.

After getting engaged at the end of 2019, they married on May 29 this year in a secret ceremony at Westminster Cathedral, attended by 30 guests.

Boris Johnson and his son Wilfred enjoy Peppa Pig World in the New Forest (Image: James Gigg)

Mr Johnson, 57, was previously married twice and has six children.

The timing of the newcomer comes at a busy time for the prime minister, who is facing a crisis over the announcement of Downing Street Christmas parties and government departments about the closure.

His mentor Allegra Stratton resigned in tears yesterday afternoon after a leaked video showed her joking about announcing a party on December 18 last year.

Boris Johnson faced another blow this morning when a report found his party guilty of electoral law violations in renovating his Downing Street apartment.

The Conservatives have been fined £17,800 for failing to properly report donations that helped pay for costly renovations.

What will Boris and Carrie’s new baby be called?

The couple have yet to announce what the baby’s new name will be.

Their son, Wilfred, was named after the prime minister’s grandfather served in the RAF and later worked as a hill farmer in Exmoor.

His full name, Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson, in memory of their grandparents and the two doctors who saved PM’s life from Coronavirus.

Mr Stanley, Johnson’s father, said that after finding out the name he felt ‘at that moment, extremely emotional’.

He told the Mail on Sunday: ‘I don’t have the faintest idea that ‘Wilfred’, my father’s last name, is even running as a candidate for a birth certificate – let alone that “Wilfred” will end the pole position.

‘But there’s more to it than that. I felt unreasonably proud that this little child, safe in his mother’s arms, would carry them to the day of my father’s death and his own. ‘

Wilfred Sr’s wife is called Buster, so that could be an option on the consideration list.

After their son was born, the couple released the boy’s name four days later – so those curious may have to wait a while to find out.

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