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Boris and Carrie stun the crowds on a family day out with Wilfred and Romy Iris – EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS | United Kingdom | News UK News

Two days after hitting the streets of kyiv with Volodymyr Zelensky, Boris Johnson returned to his duties as a dad in Hertfordshire today. As these exclusive images reveal, the Prime Minister has his hands full carrying his one-year-old son Wilfred.

Carrie hugged baby Romy Iris Charlotte in a baby carrier with the tot protected from the spring cold by a pink bonnet.

The Johnsons enjoyed a day at Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire.

In one photo, Mr Johnson was pictured holding Wilfred, who, like his father, has a curly tuft of blonde hair, in the park’s World of Dinosaurs exhibit.

A member of the public said the Johnsons arrived without fanfare, but with a security detail in the background.

They added: “They really looked like any other family – everyone was ignoring them on the whole.”

The wildlife park visit took place before Mr Johnson traveled to Checkers for the Easter holiday.

Downing Street said he would spend the week in official retirement, with a view to having “a little break” for a few days.

A No 10 spokeswoman said the intention was for the PM to ‘rest and spend time with his family’.

The happy snaps contrasted with the serious business of Mr Johnson walking alongside President Volodymyr Zelensky through the streets of kyiv over the weekend.

During his whirlwind visit, the Prime Minister promised more British weapons to support Ukraine in its fight against Russia, which invaded on February 24.

In a statement on Sunday, Mr Johnson hailed “Mr Zelensky’s resolute leadership and the invincible heroism and courage of the Ukrainian people”.

He added: “We are strengthening our own military and economic support and convening a global alliance to end this tragedy and ensure Ukraine’s survival and prosperity as a free and sovereign nation.”

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This notice was published: 2022-04-11 23:00:00

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