Boris Johnson baby news – Carrie Symonds expecting ‘rainbow baby’ as she announces pregnancy after miscarriage heartache


BORIS Johnson’s wife Carrie Symonds is pregnant with the couple’s second child, it was announced yesterday.

The expectant mum, 33, will welcome a brother or sister into the world this December for little Wilfred – who turned one at the end of April.

She wrote: “Hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas. 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.”

Carrie’s happy announcement on Saturday comes just two months after the couple were secretly married in Westminster Cathedral on May 29, 2021.

She revealed the exciting news on Instagram, snapping a picture of a blue baby’s pram along with a heartfelt caption.

The PM’s wife said that the pair are “hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas.”

Read our Boris & Carrie live blog below for the latest news and updates…

  • HOW MANY KIDS HAVE THE COUPLE GOT TOGETHER?

    The Prime Minister and his wife have a son Wilfred who turned one at the end of April.

    The little boy named Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson was named after doctors who saved the PM’s life while he was battling coronavirus.

  • WHEN IS BORIS JOHNSON AND CARRIE SYMONDS’ SECOND BABY DUE

    The couple are expecting their second child in Christmas. The happy mum announced the news on Instagram by snapping a picture of a blue baby’s pram along with a caption.

    ”Hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas,” 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.

    ”I found it a real comfort to hear from people who had also experienced loss so I hope that in some very small way sharing this might help others too,” she added.

  • WILL BORIS JOHNSON TAKE PATERNITY LEAVE?

    It is currently unknown whether the PM will take paternity leave to spend time with his family.

    Before the birth of his youngest son, Wilfred, Mr Johnson had said he wanted to take a fortnight off when his baby was expected to be born in June.

    But Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas was born on April, 29, 2020, just 16 days after Boris fought for his life in intensive care with coronavirus – and after Carrie’s own fight with the deadly bug.

    The PM had to delay his leave to lead the country in the fight against coronavirus.

    According to the Government rules, Mr Johnson must take his two-week paternity leave within 56 days of the child’s birth.

  • BORIS & CARRIE MADE HISTORY AS FIRST UNMARRIED COUPLE TO LIVE TOGETHER AT DOWNING STREET

    Mr Johnson and his then girlfriend also made history as the first unmarried couple to officially live together in Downing Street when they moved into the flat in Number 11 in 2019.

    Formerly known by her maiden name of Symonds, the PR expert first found herself making headlines when she was romantically linked to Mr Johnson in early 2019.

    But her association with Mr Johnson dates back to when she worked on his successful re-election bid at City Hall in 2012.

    After her husband’s arrival in Downing Street, she was involved in a power struggle with the former de facto chief of staff in No 10, Dominic Cummings, which led to his ousting in the autumn.

    Mr Cummings has accused Ms Symonds of looking to interfere in the running of the Government and recommending to her husband who to hire and fire, allegations that Downing Street deny.

  • SECOND BABY FOLLOWS COUPLE TYING KNOT IN MAY

    In May this year the couple wed looking besotted in the garden of No10 – with a larger celebration with friends and family to take place next summer.

    Adorned in a flower crown, the bride looked stunning as she stepped out wearing a flowing white dress.

    Instead of a veil, Carrie’s floral headpiece matched the bud placed in the Prime Minister’s buttonhole.

    And Boris looked smart in a dapper suit and accompanying blue tie – while he looked adoringly into his wife’s eyes.

    Posting on her personal Instagram, Carrie wrote: “Thank you for the kind messages. Very, very happy” along with a picture of her and Boris looking besotted on the big day.

  • CARRIE AND BORIS EXPECTING THEIR SECOND CHILD

    DELIGHTED Carrie Johnson is expecting her second child with Boris Johnson, she has revealed.

    The expectant mum, 33, will welcome a brother or sister into the world this December for little Wilfred – who turned one at the end of April.

  • BABY NEWS COMES TWO MONTHS AFTER WESTMINSTER MARRIAGE

    Carrie’s happy announcement today comes just two months after the couple were secretly married in Westminster Cathedral on May 29, 2021.

    She revealed the exciting news on Instagram, snapping a picture of a blue baby’s pram along with a heartfelt caption.

  • CARRIE REVEALS SHE SUFFERED MISCARRIAGE EARLIER THIS YEAR

    She revealed the exciting news on Instagram, snapping a picture of a blue baby’s pram along with a heartfelt caption. The PM’s wife said that the pair are “hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas.”

    Carrie also bravely revealed that she suffered a miscarriage earlier this year, which left her “heartbroken.”

    But her pregnancy with her second child has now made her feel “incredibly blessed.”

    She wrote: “Hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas. 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.”

  • WHEN WAS COUPLE’S FIRST SON WILFRED BORN?

    The pair welcomed their firstborn, little Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson, into the world on April 29 2020 – and he was named after doctors who saved the PM’s life.

    The proud parents showed off their son on May 2 – with his middle name Nicholas in tribute to the medics who treated Boris as he fought coronavirus.

    Carrie gave birth to Wilfred just 16 days after Boris fought for his life in intensive care with coronavirus in the midst of the first lockdown last year.

  • CARRIE ‘INCREDIBLY GRATEFUL FOR CARE SHE RECEIVED DURING BIRTH OF WILFRED’

    Carrie gave birth to Wilfred just 16 days after Boris fought for his life in intensive care with coronavirus in the midst of the first lockdown last year.

    Wilfred was pictured again in July while getting a loving cuddle from his mum while taking part in a Zoom call with staff at University College London Hospitals.

    She told midwives how “incredibly grateful” she was for the “most amazing care” she got.

  • PM HAD BEEN DUE TO WORK FROM CHEQUERS THIS WEEKEND

    Downing Street said the Prime Minister had been due to work this weekend from his official country residence Chequers in Buckinghamshire.

    It is not known if the couple are there together.

  • WHO ARE BORIS JOHNSON’S SIX CHILDREN?

    BORIS Johnson and his wife Carrie Symonds have announced they will be adding another resident to Number 10, after revealing Carrie is pregnant again.

    Boris is believed to have six children, his latest child – Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas – was born on April 29, 2020, with the youngster being his first with Carrie, and the Prime Minister’s third son – with his seventh, and their second, now on the way.

  • PICTURED: BORIS JOHNSON’S SIX CHILDREN

  • BABY JOY FOR PRIME MINISTER AND WIFE AFTER TUMULTUOUS TIMES

    Carrie Johnson has announced she is pregnant again 15 months after giving birth to her first child.

    The wife of Boris Johnson published a post on Instagram stating she was expecting their second baby after suffering a miscarriage earlier this year.

    Mrs Johnson, who was appointed head of communications for animal conservation group the Aspinall Foundation earlier this year, has had a tumultuous few years since the couple confirmed their romance.

    Her association with Mr Johnson dates back several years having worked on his successful bid to be re-elected Mayor of London in 2012.

    But the couple did not start dating until 2018 after he announced he had separated from his second wife, Marina Wheeler, who is the mother of four of his children.

  • THE SECRET SIGNS THAT CARRIE SYMONDS WAS EXPECTING FROM ‘MATERNAL ROLE’ TO HER TUMMY ‘BARRIER RITUALS’ FROM EXPERT

    CARRIE Symonds today confirmed that she and husband, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, are expecting their second child.

    In a sweet Instagram post, the expectant mum, 33, revealed she will welcome a brother or sister into the world this December for little Wilfred – who turned one at the end of April.

    But there were some hidden clues that Carrie was pregnant even before the couple made their announcement, you just had to look at her body language.

    Expert Judi James told Fabulous, that Carrie had a few give aways at the G7 summit she attended earlier in the year – but did YOU spot any of them?

    Read more here.

  • HOW MANY KIDS HAVE THE COUPLE GOT TOGETHER?

    The Prime Minister and his wife have a son Wilfred who turned one at the end of April.

    The little boy named Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson was named after doctors who saved the PM’s life while he was battling coronavirus.

  • WHEN IS BORIS JOHNSON AND CARRIE SYMONDS’ SECOND BABY DUE

    The couple are expecting their second child in Christmas. The happy mum announced the news on Instagram by snapping a picture of a blue baby’s pram along with a caption.

    ”Hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas,” 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. 

    ”I found it a real comfort to hear from people who had also experienced loss so I hope that in some very small way sharing this might help others too,” she added.

  • WILL BORIS JOHNSON TAKE PATERNITY LEAVE?

    It is currently unknown whether the PM will take paternity leave to spend time with his family.

    Before the birth of his youngest son, Wilfred, Mr Johnson had said he wanted to take a fortnight off when his baby was expected to be born in June.

    But  Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas was born on April, 29, 2020,  just 16 days after Boris fought for his life in intensive care with coronavirus – and after Carrie’s own fight with the deadly bug.

    The PM had to delay his leave to lead the country in the fight against coronavirus.

    According to the Government rules, Mr Johnson must take his two-week paternity leave within 56 days of the child’s birth.

  • SECOND BABY FOLLOWS COUPLE TYING KNOT IN MAY

    In May this year the couple wed looking besotted in the garden of No10 – with a larger celebration with friends and family to take place next summer.

    Adorned in a flower crown, the bride looked stunning as she stepped out wearing a flowing white dress.

    Instead of a veil, Carrie’s floral headpiece matched the bud placed in the Prime Minister’s buttonhole.

    And Boris looked smart in a dapper suit and accompanying blue tie – while he looked adoringly into his wife’s eyes.

    Posting on her personal Instagram, Carrie wrote: “Thank you for the kind messages. Very, very happy” along with a picture of her and Boris looking besotted on the big day.

  • CARRIE AND BORIS EXPECTING THEIR SECOND CHILD

    DELIGHTED Carrie Johnson is expecting her second child with Boris Johnson, she has revealed.

    The expectant mum, 33, will welcome a brother or sister into the world this December for little Wilfred – who turned one at the end of April.

  • BORIS & CARRIE MADE HISTORY AS FIRST UNMARRIED COUPLE TO LIVE TOGETHER AT DOWNING STREET

    Mr Johnson and his then girlfriend also made history as the first unmarried couple to officially live together in Downing Street when they moved into the flat in Number 11 in 2019.

    Formerly known by her maiden name of Symonds, the PR expert first found herself making headlines when she was romantically linked to Mr Johnson in early 2019.

    But her association with Mr Johnson dates back to when she worked on his successful re-election bid at City Hall in 2012.

    After her husband’s arrival in Downing Street, she was involved in a power struggle with the former de facto chief of staff in No 10, Dominic Cummings, which led to his ousting in the autumn.

    Mr Cummings has accused Ms Symonds of looking to interfere in the running of the Government and recommending to her husband who to hire and fire, allegations that Downing Street deny.

  • BORIS JOHNSON AND WIFE CARRIE SYMONDS ANNOUNCE THEY ARE EXPECTING SECOND CHILD AFTER MISCARRIAGE HEARTBREAK

    Boris Johnson and wife Carrie Symonds announce they are expecting second child after miscarriage heartbreak
  • CARRIE REVEALS SHE SUFFERED MISCARRIAGE EARLIER THIS YEAR

    She revealed the exciting news on Instagram, snapping a picture of a blue baby’s pram along with a heartfelt caption. The PM’s wife said that the pair are “hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas.”

    Carrie also bravely revealed that she suffered a miscarriage earlier this year, which left her “heartbroken.”

    But her pregnancy with her second child has now made her feel “incredibly blessed.”

    She wrote: “Hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas. 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.”

  • PM AND WIFE EXPECTING SECOND CHILD AFTER ‘HEARTBREAKING’ MISCARRIAGE

    The Prime Minister and his wife are expecting a second child after Carrie Johnson revealed the heartbreak of a miscarriage at the start of the year.

    In a statement on social media, Ms Johnson said the brother or sister to their first child Wilfred was due to arrive “this Christmas”.

    The 33-year-old environmental campaigner added: “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.”

  • WHEN WAS WILFRED JOHNSON BORN?

    On April 29, 2020, Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds welcomed their first child together, naming him Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson.

    The name Wilfred after Mr Johnson’s grandfather, Lawrie after Ms Symonds’ grandfather.

    The name Nicholas was chosen in tribute to the NHS doctors who saved Mr Johnson’s life when he was in hospital with coronavirus.

    The young Johnson became Boris’ sixth child – and third son – and became the latest new baby born to a serving Prime Minister. Wilfred followed Tony Blair‘s son Leo in 2000 and David Cameron‘s daughter Florence in 2010 as newborns in Downing Street. The tot also became stepbrother to Boris’ five other children.





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