Carrie Symonds has been spotted in Italy on the same week that Boris Johnson confirmed new COVID-19 restrictions.
The fiancée of the Prime Minister, has been photographed on a luxury trip in Italy.
Photos show Carrie, 32, at Lake Como with their son, Wilfred and several of her female friends.
She is reportedly enjoying a short holiday with her son and friends at a five-star hotel.
Carrie Symonds spotted in Italy
In pictures, she strolled along the lakeside with her son in a baby sling.
And on Tuesday night she appeared to enjoy dinner with three of her friends.
The hotel is reportedly abiding to social distancing rules.
Guests must wear masks apart from when eating or drinking.
And the tables at the restaurants are separated to maintain social distancing regulations.
A source told the Mail Online: “Carrie seemed very relaxed. She was smiling and laughing with her friends. It was as if she didn’t have a care in the world.”
Her Italian trip comes just days after the Prime Minister denied he was in Italy earlier this month.
Boris denied he was in Italy
Several sources claimed they’d spotted Boris Johnson in Perugia from September 11 to 14.
However, a Downing Street spokesperson said: “This story is completely untrue.
Wilfred baptised Catholic
“The prime minister has not travelled to Italy in recent months. Anyone who publishes these claims is repeating a falsehood.”
Instead, their son Wilfred was reportedly baptised at Westminster Cathedral on September 12.
The Archdiocese of Westminster confirmed in a statement: “We can confirm that Wilfred Johnson was baptised in Westminster Cathedral on September 12, 2020, in a private ceremony, attended by both parents and a small number of guests, in keeping with current (Covid-19) guidelines.”
Wilfred is reportedly Boris’ sixth child, and his first child with partner Carrie.
Carrie’s current trip comes the week that Boris confirmed stricter new COVID-19 rules.
He announced that pubs, restaurants and bars must close at 10pm.
Meanwhile, he reinforced the six person rule and warned of stricter rules if public does not abide.
The PM even said that the rules could easily last for the next six months.
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