How many children do Boris and Carrie Johnson have?

Boris Johnson is The Right Honorable Boris Johnson MP with citizenship of the United Kingdom United States (1964-2016). He is the senior member of the Conservative Party and is married to Allegra Mostyn-Owen (d. 1993-2020) Carrie Symonds (d. 2021).

Like Boris and Carrie Johnson is expecting her second child, let’s take a look at her other children, who are reported to be at least 6 years old.

The news of the second child was shocking to all as it came just three months after the couple married in a secret wedding at Westminster Cathedral. In a post on Instagram, Carrie informed the world about her miscarriage earlier this year and said that she is happy to be pregnant again. The baby will be born in December.

Now if we talk about the long list of children of Boris Johnson. The couple got engaged in late 2019 and welcomed their first child, a son named Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnsonin April 2020. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is rumored to have seven children, however he never officially confirmed the exact number.

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How many children do Boris and Carrie Johnson have?

What we know from the media is that the Prime Minister and his second wife, Marina Wheelerwho separated in 2018, have four children together, the oldest is Lara Leticia,27, milo arthur.25, Cassia Peaches,23, and Theodore Apollo,twenty-one. Mr. Johnson also has a fifth child, Stephanie Macintyre , who was the result of an affair with consultant Helen Macintyre. It is reported that there were two sons that the Prime Minister has fathered.

The Prime Minister never spoke publicly about his children. He always twists his answers and answers in a different way. He twisted all the questions towards his governing party when he was campaigning for the 2019 Elections.

The couple gave their first child the middle name Nicholas as a tribute to the doctor who saved Boris’s life after he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit with the virus.

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