Carrie Johnson shares sweet picture of Wilfred at Winter Wonderland
Carrie Johnson shares sweet photo of Wilfred enjoying trip to Winter Wonderland (and he’s inherited Boris’ blonde locks!)
Carrie Johnson shared a heartwarming picture of her eldest child Wilfred enjoying Winter Wonderland on Friday.
The wife of the former PM posted a snap of her and her two-year-old spending some quality time together on their day out in the popular Hyde Park attraction.
In a photo taken on a merry-go-round, Wilfred is seen sitting on his mum’s lap as the two perch on a model leopard.
Dressed in a space-themed jacket and jeans, the adorable toddler – who has inherited his dad Boris’ blonde locks – was pictured holding onto the gold pole as he snuggled up with his mother.
In an attempt to protect her son’s privacy, Carrie covered Wilfred’s face in the social media image with a Winter Wonderland location tag.
Carrie Johnson shared heart-warming pictures of her eldest child Wilfred (pictured) enjoying Winter Wonderland on Friday
The mother of two posted snaps of her and her son on their day out in the popular Hyde Park seasonal attraction. The couple pictured at the G7 Summit welcoming ceremony at Elmau Castle, southern Germany on June 26, 2022
Wilfred, with a jumper that has his name on it, pictured peering through a window. Carrie posted this sweet image for his second birthday earlier this year
As well as Wifred, the couple have a daughter together called Romy Iris Charlotte Johnson, who was born on December 9, 2021.
She was born at University College London hospital and was named after Carrie’s aunt Rosemary.
When announcing their daughter’s name, Boris and Carrie explained how Iris came from the Greek word meaning rainbow and Charlotte was chosen as a tribute for Boris’s late mum who they ‘miss so much’.
In May 2020, the parents revealed the son’s full name as Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson, with the first name a tribute to Mr Johnson’s paternal grandfather, Osman Wilfred Kemal, and Lawrie a reference to Ms Symonds’ grandfather.
Two-year-old Wilfred, above, met some of his favourite TV stars – characters Chase, Skye, Rubble and Marshall from hit cartoon series Paw Patrols – at the Port Lympne Reserve in Kent
Boris Johnson and wife Carrie pictured leaving 10 Downing Street for the final time on September 6, 2022. The couple share two-year-old Wilfred and 11-month-old daughter Romy
In a heart-warming Instagram post revealed the boy’s name, Carrie revealed that the middle name Nicholas was a tribute to two NHS doctors ‘that saved Boris’ life following his battle with coronavirus.
In September, two-year-old Wilfred met some of his favourite TV stars – characters Chase, Skye, Rubble and Marshall from hit cartoon series Paw Patrols – at the Port Lympne Reserve in Kent.
The reserve is part of the Aspinall Foundation, where his mother Carrie, 34, works. 11-month-old Romy enjoyed a trip around the reserve’s wildlife park.
Mrs Johnson accompanied the photographs with a caption that read: ‘Dreams do come true,’ followed by a shooting star emoji.
Carrie pictured holding daughter Romy while listening to Boris formally resign as PM outside 10 Downing Street on July 7, 2022
As with millions of other toddlers, Paw Patrol is understood to be Wilfred’s favourite television programme.
The pair tied the knot and enjoyed their wedding and celebrated under a gigantic marquee close to the magnificent Georgian-built Daylesford House in the Cotswolds this summer.
The Daily Mail reported in September that Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie’s four-bedroom South London house was under offer for £1.6million – £400,000 more than they paid for it three years ago, and just a month after it went on the market.
The couple bought the four-bedroom Victorian semi in Camberwell in July 2019 reportedly with a buy-to-let mortgage as Mr Johnson became Prime Minister.
The Johnsons made thousands of pounds from letting the property during their time in Westminster, with the register of MPs’ interests saying the former Prime Minister enjoyed a rental income of at least £10,000 a year.
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