So the Prime Minister and his wife Carrie are going to have baby number two – but how many children does Boris Johnson have?
Carrie shared the news about the latest addition to BoJo’s brood on Instagram, also detailing a miscarriage earlier in the year.
She wrote: “At the beginning of the year, I had a miscarriage which left me heartbroken. I feel incredibly blessed to be pregnant again but I’ve also felt like a bag of nerves.
“Fertility issues can be really hard for many people, particularly when on platforms like Instagram it can look like everything is only ever going well.
So how many kids will that be in total? It’s a subject Boris keeps very close to his chest. In fact, when repeatedly asked about his kids during an interview with Nick Ferrari on LBC last year, the Prime Minsiter refused to answer any questions.
He hit back: “I don’t think this is what the nation wants to hear! The nation wants to hear how we are going to deliver Brexit!”
Oh, but Boris, you see, we DO! So who are the PM’s children?
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Boris Johnson children
Boris’s first wife Marina Wheeler fell pregnant with Lara before they were married in 1993.
The Prime Minister forked out £33,000 a year to send her to the prestigious Bedales school.
She then followed in the footsteps of Prince William and Kate Middleton by attending St Andrews University, where she studied Latin.
Lara, 26, now works as an arts and fashion journalist in London.
She is five years younger than Boris’ fiancee Carrie.
This is Boris Johnson's eldest son Milo Arthur Johnson heading to work. Boris Johnson is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, a country with a GDP of $2.6 trillion. pic.twitter.com/GUObrJwW0a
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Born in Milo in 1995, Milo is Boris’ eldest son with Marina.
He attended the private Westminster School, which set his parents back £27,000 a year.
Milo then went on to study at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies.
The 25-year-old is now fluent in Arabic, Russian and French.
Born in 1997, Cassia is Boris’ youngest daughter with first wife Marina.
Her education cost her mum and dad £18,000 a year when she was sent to Highgate School.
During her school years, she edited the student magazine Cholmeleian.
Cassia is now a writer, just like her big sister Lara.
Theodore is the spitting image of his famous father.
Born in 1999, he is the Prime Minister’s youngest son with his first wife Marina.
He too was privately educated before going on to study at Cambridge University.
Boris initially tried to deny that he is the father of Stephanie.
In fact, he wasn’t even named on her birth certificate.
However, after a lengthy court battle, it was confirmed that the Prime Minister was her real dad.
Stephanie’s mother Helen Macintyre fell pregnant while having an affair with Boris in 2009.
According to reports, she does not have a relationship with the Prime Minister or her half-siblings.
Wilfred arrived into the world in April of last year.
One on the way….
Boris is expecting his sixth child with wife Carrie.
The news was announced on Saturday, July 31, 20201
Currently, it it not yet known whether they are expecting a girl or a boy.
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