Boris Johnson is ‘changed man’ since birth of son says insider
Boris Johnson attended his son Wilf’s third birthday over the weekend with his wife, Carrie Johnson. Wilf was pictured wearing a Fireman Sam outfit, alongside other toddlers also in fancy dress. Meanwhile, the former Prime Minister and Mrs Johnson were also pictured in full fancy dress, both wearing red fireman outfits for the themed birthday party.
Mrs Johnson posted several pictures of the festivities to her Instagram account.
In a caption accompanying the pictures, Mrs Johnson wrote: “Is there anything more exhausting than a three-year-old’s birthday party?!”
She added: “Thank you Little Fishes Play Cafe, @actionamanda and @eggfreecakebox for helping make a little boy very, very happy.
“Now time to lie down in a dark room!”
Mr and Mrs Johnson have two children together: Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson, 3, and Romy Iris Charlotte Johnson, 1.
The former Prime Minister has several other children from previous partnerships.
During his resignation speech in 2022, Mr Johnson thanked his wife and “all of my children” but the exact number of offspring the former Prime Minister has is unclear.
Mr Johnson and his second wife, Marina Wheeler, have four children together: Lara Lettice, 28, Milo Arthur, 26, Cassia Peaches, 24, and Theodore Apollo, 22.
The couple separated in 2018.
Mr Johnson also has a fifth child, Stephanie Macintyre, who was fathered as a result of an affair with art consultant Helen Macintyre.
In 2013, the Appeal Court ruled that the public has a right to know that he had fathered a daughter during an adulterous liaison while serving as the Mayor of London in 2009.
Asked about how many children he has in an interview with LBC, Mr Johnson said: “I love my children very much but they are not standing at this election.
“I’m not therefore going to comment on them.”
He added: “I am not going to put them onto the pitch in their election campaign when I think what people want to hear is what my plans are for the country, what this Government is determined to do and how we are going to take this country forward.
“That is the way all parties should be judged.”
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