Carrie Symonds’ ‘mother’ forms household bubble with number 10

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No jokes about stepmom Boris Johnson! Carrie Symonds’ ‘mother’ forms home bubble with number 10 to help care for her eight month old grandson

  • Josephine McAffee would have formed a “domestic bubble” with Carrie and PM
  • She is said to help care for the couple’s eight-month-old baby, Wilfred
  • Paire was the first unmarried couple to occupy No.10 when they moved in in 2019

Boris Johnson’s future mother-in-law has traveled to Downing Street to help care for her grandson Wilfred, it was learned last night.

Carrie Symonds’ mother, Josephine McAffee, has reportedly formed a ‘domestic bubble’ with her daughter and the Prime Minister to care for the children.

She is said to help care for eight month old Wilfred in the spacious apartment above 11 Downing Street.

Nanny McAffee: Josephine pictured above sharing a drink with young Carrie Symonds

Mr Johnson, 56, and Ms Symonds, 32, became the first unmarried couple to occupy Downing Street when they moved in in July 2019.

They announced their engagement last February and Wilfred was born on April 29 last year at University College Hospital in London.

Under the foreclosure rules, people can form a support bubble with another household of any size if they live alone or if their household includes a child aged one year or less on December 2 of last year.

A spokesperson for Mr Johnson declined to comment on the allegations in the Sunday Telegraph. A spokeswoman for Miss Symonds also said she would not comment on the arrangements, “given that Carrie’s mother is an individual”.

Miss Symonds, environmental activist and former Conservative Party communications director, is a prime minister’s youngest partner in 174 years.

She was born in London in 1988, child of Ms McAffee, a lawyer at the Independent newspaper, and newspaper co-founder Matthew Symonds.

It's our boy: Boris Johnson, Carrie Symonds and Wilfred in Downing Street last year

It's our boy: Boris Johnson, Carrie Symonds and Wilfred in Downing Street last year

It’s our boy: Boris Johnson, Carrie Symonds and Wilfred in Downing Street last year

Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson was named after Boris ‘grandfather, while Carrie Symonds’ grandfather is the inspiration behind his first name.

Nicholas is a tribute to NHS doctors Nick Price and Nick Hart, who treated the Prime Minister when he contracted coronavirus last year.

Last month, The Mail on Sunday posted adorable photos of the Prime Minister’s son putting the finishing touches on a painting that was later sent to an 89-year-old man with Parkinson’s disease as part of a program charitable.

Mr Johnson and Mrs Symonds have followed in the footsteps of David Cameron, his wife Samantha and their children by choosing to live in the more spacious apartment above No 11 rather than ‘above the store’ at No ° 10.

The couple also have a Jack Russell rescue dog, Dilyn.

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