Carrie Johnson: Boris Johnson’s wife pregnant with third child
Carrie Johnson, the wife of former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, has announced that she is expecting her third child.
In sharing the news, Mrs. Johnson revealed that she felt “pretty tired” over the last eight months. She added that “we can hardly wait” to meet the baby in a couple of weeks.
The couple who got married in May of 2021 already has two children, Wilf, aged three, and Romy, age two.
Mr. Johnson has four children from his previous marriage to Marina Wheeler.
Writing on Instagram, Mrs. Johnson said: “Wilf is v excited about being a big brother again and has been chattering about it nonstop.
“Don’t think Romy has a clue what’s coming…She soon will!”
Mr. Johnson, who left Downing Street in September, became the first prime minister to marry while in office for nearly 200 years.
It was his third marriage, having previously been married to Ms Wheeler with whom he had four children. Their divorce was finalized in 2020. He has a further child from an affair.
He did not have any children with his first wife Allegra Mostyn-Owen.
In an interview in 2021, Mr. Johnson said it was “fantastic” living with a baby in No 10 but “a lot of work”.