Five-year-old sassy schoolgirl appears to be able to grasp Covid’s rules better than the Prime Minster. She was captured explaining to the camera why he had been so naughty to go to the Downing Street party. 

Little Layla Somani from Leicestershire was watching news last week while eating breakfast. She then decided to tell her grandparents, Kusun Somani (76) and Kanti Somani (73), about the dire political situation. 

Devina Somani (37) and Nick Somani (41) recorded her funny monologue online. It was shared by social media users who hailed it as a “future PM”. 

Boris Johnson expressed regret for his attendance at the party last Thursday, saying that it was an ‘work event’. 

The five-year-old said Prime Minister Boris Johnson has 'been naughty' and needs to go to the 'naughty centre'

A five-year old said Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, has “been naughty” and must be taken to the naughty centre. 

Little Layla Somani, from Leicester, had been watching the news while having breakfast on Thursday morning before taking it upon herself to explain the pressing political situation to grandparents Kanti Somani, 76, and Kusun Somani, 73

Little Layla Somani of Leicester was watching news on Thursday while she was eating breakfast. On Thursday, she decided to take it upon herself, to inform her grandparents Kanti Somani and Kusun Somani about the political crisis.

Layla, an eloquent actress, describes in this funny clip: “Boris Johnson instructed everyone to stay home. But in lockdown, he went to a party. 

“He was naughty so he went to the naughty center to apologize for attending a lockdown party. 

The Prime Minister cannot now be the prime minister and can’t get back to his country as prime minister, therefore he’s no longer prime minister. 

“So, somebody else is prime minister. There will be a great prime minister. But Boris Johnson, who is a terrible prime minister, is no longer a prime Minister. 

Last week, the Prime Minister apologised for attending a party at Downing Street in May 2020. He said he believed this was a work event (pictured leaving Downing Street in December)

The Prime Minister apologized last week for his attendance at Downing Street’s May 2020 party. The Prime Minister said that he thought this was a job event. (Photo taken from Downing Street, December).

“But, if luck is with him, he will be able to go home as a prime minister, and can become one again. If he is lucky, we’ll find out tomorrow.

Devina now explains that her mother Devina is a staunch royalist who has said she will be the prime minister if the video gets more than 55,000 views. There have been 1,645 comments. 

Devina said, “We couldn’t help but laugh.” It was amazing to see how many things she had accumulated. 

“Oh my God!” We thought as she explained it. She was so absorbing all of it and we couldn’t believe that she had learned this much. 

The five-year-old eloquently resumed the current political situation, saying Boris Johnson needs to apologise for attending a party during lockdown in 2020

Five-year old Boris Johnson argued that he should apologise to the public for his attendance at a party in lockdown 2020.

Proud parents Nick and Davina, pictured with Layla and her little brother, said they can't believe how much of the news Layla absorbs

Nick and Davina (pictured with Layla, her little brother) said that they couldn’t believe the amount of news Layla takes in. 

It was an ordinary morning. As she was having breakfast, she was also watching a little bit of the latest news. 

“She went over and explained it to them. Nick responded, “hold on, stop there,” and began to film it. 

“She started to come out with it. She told him he needed to go to the naughty place and leave his home. Even more hilarious was the ending. 

“It was incredible to capture this moment, because some of the things she said you missed. Perhaps she will become a politician. 

The schoolgirl had just been watching the news during breakfast with her grandparents before school

This schoolgirl, who was watching television with her grandparents at breakfast before going to school, had just seen the news.

Fans said Layla should run for Prime Minister. The five-year-old said she is 'too little,' but has not sworn off a political career for later in life

Layla’s supporters suggested that she should run to be Prime Minister. Five-year-old Layla said that she was ‘too small’, but is open to pursuing a career in politics later on. 

“She’s taken that information from the news.” She could tell the difference between right and wrong.

Layla became interested in Boris Johnson, the Queen and her family’s weekend trip to London last year. She has loved watching TV news about them ever since. 

Devina stated, “She was extremely proud when people said that Layla would be the future PM.” She stated, “I am too small at the moment.” 

She went, “When I grow up, I’ll certainly become prime minister”. We made one trip to London last year, when we could go on vacation. 

We took our daughter to Buckingham Palace because she has such a passion for Queen Elizabeth. There, we talked about Boris Johnson’s role in running the country for Queen. 

Layla's grandparents, pictured, listened carefully to her explanation, while her father filmed the video

Layla’s grandmothers, as pictured above, carefully listened to Layla’s explanation, while Layla’s father recorded the video.

Davina said Layla is very interested in history and politics, and added she believes her daughter could one day be in politics

Davina mentioned that Layla was very interested in politics and history. She also said she thinks her daughter might one day get into politics. 

She said, “We teach her certain skills and then she has a thing for Boris Johnson or the Queen.” Because we taught her, she speaks about 10 Downing Street.

Devina saw the comments and Devina reacted. Layla, a clever little girl, declared that she would be the first prime minister. 

Devina shared that: “Before she went into bed on Thursday night, we showed all of the comments made on social media. 

“We thought it was time to share our thoughts with family and friends so we did. The response has been overwhelming.

Boris Johnson apologized in Parliament last week. He said: “When I entered that garden at six on May 20, 2020 to thank staff groups before returning to my office to continue work, 25 minutes later, I assumed implicitly that it was a workplace event. 

“In hindsight, I wish that everyone had been sent back home. There should be another way I could have thanked them. 

“I ought to have realized that, even though it technically falls within the guidelines, there are many millions and billions of people who do not see it this way. People who suffered terrible, people who were prohibited from seeing loved ones inside and outside. To them, I apologize and offer my deepest condolences.