Boris Johnson makes a surprise visit to Carrie Johnson, her wife and their newborn child as the convoy of the Prime Minister descends upon London’s hospital

  • Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister was seen departing Downing Street during lunchtime
  • Later in the afternoon, the PM’s convoy arrived at London’s hospital.
  • He was in town to visit Carrie Johnson, his wife and their baby girl. 

Boris Johnson called his wife Carrie along with their infant daughter to the hospital.

At lunchtime, the Prime Minister was seen leaving Downing Street through a back door. 

The convoy of Johnson’s loved ones arrived at London Hospital.  

The Prime Minister gave birth on Thursday to Mrs Johnson’s second child. 

The Prime Minister was spotted leaving Downing Street via a back entrance at lunchtime today

At lunchtime, the Prime Minister was seen leaving Downing Street through a back door.

His convoy was then seen arriving at a London hospital as Mr Johnson visited his loved ones

The convoy of Johnson’s loved ones arrived at London Hospital.

The birth of their daughter, a healthy baby girl, was announced by Mr. and Mrs Johnson. It is believed that the PM was present during the entire process. 

According to a spokeswoman, the mother and her daughter both are doing great. 

“The happy couple wishes to express their gratitude for the outstanding NHS Maternity Team’s care and support.

They announced their new baby at the end July. The environmental activist, 33, spoke out about having miscarried earlier this year.

Wilfred was blessed with a new sister the morning following the announcement by the Prime Minister that England has entered ‘Plan B to fight the Omicron strain of coronavirus.

Johnson faced Tory anger at the new restrictions. He was also under attack for a number of scandals, including the alleged Christmas Party by Number 10 staff last year. 

Mr Johnson also visited the hospital yesterday. Mrs Johnson gave birth to her second child with the Prime Minister on Thursday December 9

 Mr Johnson also visited the hospital yesterday. Mr Johnson also visited the hospital yesterday. Mrs Johnson, who was pregnant with her second child together with Prime Minister Tony Blair on Thursday 9th December 2009.

Downing Street said Mr Johnson intended to spend some time with his family in the coming days although it appears he is unlikely to take an extended period of paternity leave.

According to the Official Spokesman for the Prime Minister, “I believe there is recognition that the Prime Minister plays a unique position and that this time in the country has been particularly difficult. The Prime Minister will continue his leadership, as people would expect and make time for his family.  

Labour leader Sir Keir Sterner sent congratulations to the couple upon the birth of their child and said: “Wishing you and your family well-being and happiness.”