“I wonder, if there’ll a No10 party?Twitter ridicules Boris’ baby joy. As the PM fights backlash about ‘illegally held’ celebration bashes

  • Twitter users offer a funny look at Boris Johnson’s marriage to Carrie.
  • Some refer to it as “Plan C”, following the announcement by PM on Plan B last night 
  • Some others referred to the consequences of rule-breaking parties last December

This was an unusual announcement, coming after Downing Street’s turbulent 24 hours. Many observers have noticed the humor in it.

The Twitterverse was abuzz with today’s lighthearted account of Boris Johnson’s second-in-command, Carrie Johnson.

It was called ‘Plan C’ by some, after Johnson announced last night that England will be entering Plan B in an effort to stop the Omicron variant spreading.

Other references were made to the fallout from the allegedly illegal Number 10 party that occurred last December and which led to Allegra Straton, a senior adviser, resigning.

A Twitter user commented, “I wonder if Downing Street will host another party to celebrate Carrie Johnson’s birth?”

The second stated that “Plan B doesn’t work in deflection.” Carrie, get on it! Now!’ Another added, “I don’t mind Carrie!” Tonight, you’re going to have this baby.

Another person wrote: “Plan C. I need to squeeze that child out Carrie. A fifth said: F**kinellll [sic]What’s the next step, a meteor attack?

And a sixth said: ‘Carrie, it’s Bobo here, any chance you can sort out a baby this morning… yes, another f**k up… no, it was the parties this this time, see you later.’

The birth of their daughter, Mrs Johnson, was announced by Mr. Johnson and Mrs Johnson at the London Hospital this morning. The birth was attended by the Prime Minister.

The couple’s spokesperson said that both mother and daughter were doing well. They would like to express their gratitude for the support and care provided by the amazing NHS Maternity Team.

According to the environmentalist and 33-year old, the couple shared that they are expecting their second child at the end-of-July.  

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.

Apart from the Tory fury over these restrictions, Johnson had to deal with the consequences of the allegedly illegal Number 10 Christmas party which led to the resignation last year of Allegra Stratton, a senior Government aide.

Also this morning, the Conservatives were fined £17,800 over a controversial donation which helped cover the lavish refurbishments to the couple’s Downing Street flat.

Both were photographed entering hospital around 7.40 a.m. 

Labour leader Sir Keir starmer, sent his congratulations and added that he wished the best for the new baby. 

Johnson’s new addition means he now has at most seven children. However, he often misleads when asked about the number.

Wilfred Nicholas Johnson, born in April of last year, was named partly to honor Nick Hart (and Nick Price), who both saved the lives of the Prime Minister when he was admitted with Covid-19 to hospital earlier in that month.

They were married in secret at Westminster Cathedral, May. With Marina Wheeler, his ex-barrister wife, Mr Johnson has four children.

In 2013, it was revealed that he had had an affair with a woman while he was London’s mayor.