Smiling CARRIE Johnson posed for pictures as she enjoyed a day out on the beach with her two young children.
The Prime Minister’s wife, 33, beamed with pride as she strolled on the sand with her young daughter Romy tethered in front while her toddler son Wilfred paddled behind her.
Twenty-month-old Boris looks like Wilf splashed ashore with the family dog Dilyn, in a snap posted on the communications director’s Instagram account.
It is not known whether Boris Johnson will join them in what appears to be Thorpe Bay in Essex.
But otherwise, they seem to be happy without him.
Four-week-old Romy can be seen cradled in a pram while her brother Wilfred, turning two in April, dashes through the sand and paddles in the shallows.
Dilyn can also be seen bound about.
Carrie has been careful not to publish photos that show her son’s face, but his blond hair can be seen.
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The first photo of the daughter was shared on social networks in December,
In that post, it was revealed that they named her Romy Iris Charlotte Johnson.
This is the name of her aunt, Rosemary, while Iris is Greek for “rainbow” – in a moving tribute to Carrie’s miscarriage earlier this year, as the babies were born after. When miscarriage is often referred to as a rainbow infant.
Charlotte was chosen in memory of Boris’ late mother, Charlotte Johnson Wahl, who passed away last year at the age of 79.
Boris’ mother Charlotte, who is a former artist, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 40 – but continues to live a normal life.
Boris has said that she is the “supreme authority” in his family and that they have a close relationship.
Before he became Prime Minister, Charlotte told Radio Times that she thought he would do a good deed because he was a “very kind, very fair man”, although she also thought the This mind is a “terrible job”.
https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/8180238/carrie-johnson-enjoys-day-beach-children/ Carrie Johnson enjoys a day at the beach with the kids and her dog Dilyn as they escape London for a beach walk