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Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Born: June 19, 1964 (age 56 years), Upper East Side, New York, United States Height: 1.75 m Party: Conservative Party Children: Lara Lettice Johnson, Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson Spouse: Carrie Symonds (m. 2021), Marina Wheeler (m. 1993–2020), Allegra Mostyn-Owen (m. 1987–1993) Education: Balliol College (1987), European School, Brussels I Birthday: June 19, 1964 Age: 56 Years, 56 Year Old Males Sun Sign: Gemini Also Known As: Alexander Boris De Pfeffel Johnson Born Country: United States Born In: Upper East Side, New York, United States Famous As: British Prime Minister Quotes By Boris Johnson Prime Ministers Height: 5’9″ (175 cm), 5’9″ Males Spouse/Ex-: Carrie Symonds (M. 2021), Allegra Mostyn-Owen (M. 1987–1993), Marina Wheeler (M. 1993–2020) Father: Stanley Johnson Mother: Charlotte Johnson Wahl Siblings: Jo Johnson, Leo Johnson, Rachel Johnson Children: Cassia Peaches Johnson, Lara Lettice Johnson, Milo Arthur Johnson, Theodore Apollo Johnson City: New York City U.S. State: New Yorkers boris johnson flat photos, boris johnson holiday photos

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Boris Johnson married Allegra Mostyn-Owen in 1987. The marriage was dissolved in 1993. He tied the knot for the second time with Marina Wheeler, a barrister, in 1993. This marriage produced two daughters and two sons. The couple separated and filed for divorce in 2018 after 25 years of marriage. Boris Johnson, who was accused of marital infidelity, has a daughter with Helen MacIntyre, an arts consultant. He has also been linked with Jennifer Arcuri, a former DJ and model. In 2019, he started living with Carrie Symonds. On 29 February 2020, Symonds and Johnson announced their engagement. They also said that Symonds was expecting a baby in summer. Boris Johnson married Carrie Symonds on 29 May 2021, in a secret ceremony at Westminster Cathedral. Boris Johnson is the first prime minister to marry in office since Lord Liverpool tied the knot with Mary Chester in 1822. He was born at Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City. When he was born, his father, Stanley was studying Economics at Columbia University. However, he lived there until the age of 5. His mother got a job there in the World Bank. In 1969, his family moved to England where Johnson learned fox-hunting. Johnson’s maternal grandfather, James Fawcett, was a lawyer and was a member of the European Commission for Human Rights from 1962 to 1984. He also served as its President from 1972 to 1981. Johnson is of German, French, Jewish, and Turkish descent. His paternal great-grandfather, Ali Kemal, was a famous Circassian-Turkish journalist. He was a secular Muslim from Turkey. His maternal great-grandfather was a Lithuanian Jew and Orthodox Jewish rabbi (a teacher of Torah). In childhood, Johnson was very quiet and studious. At that time, he also suffered deafness and underwent several operations to insert grommets into his ears. When his father got a job in the European Commission, his family shifted to Uccle, Belgium. In Belgium, he attended his school and got fluent in French. During this time, he developed his interest in Rugby. In 1980, his parents got divorced and Johnson settled with his mother in Notting Hill, West London. He abandoned his mother’s Catholicism and became an Anglican. He joined the Church of England. Once he stated that he was not a serious practising Christian. Darius Guppy (Businessman) and Charles Spencer (Nobleman, Author, Journalist, Broadcaster) were his best friends in school and college. He was good at literature and was trained in English and classical languages. He won prizes in competitions. After finishing his study at Eton College, Johnson went to Australia on a gap year where he taught English and Latin at Timbertop, Victoria. He won a scholarship to study Literae Humaniores, a four-year course based on the study of Classical languages at Balliol College, Oxford. In Oxford University, he played Rugby for Balliol College. He met his future wife, Allegra Mostyn-Owen when he was studying at the University of Oxford and got engaged. Johnson was very popular at University. He co-edited the University’s satirical magazine, ‘Tributary’ with Darius Guppy. He has also written for The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Spectator, etc. In 1984, he was elected the secretary of the Oxford Union. However, he lost the election for the post of Union President to Neil Sherlock. In 1986, he ran for the post of the President of Oxford Union again and won the election. Johnson and Allegra Mostyn-Owen married in West Felton, Shropshire, in England and went to Egypt for honeymoon. After writing as a graduate trainee for the daily national newspaper, ‘The Times,’ Johnson established himself as a good columnist. Johnson’s articles established him as the favourite journalist of the conservative Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. In February 1990, Johnson and his wife Owen got separated and divorced each other in 1993. His second wife, Marina Wheeler was his childhood friend. In 1993, they got married in Horsham, Sussex. After becoming an MP in 2001, he supported an unsuccessful impeachment process against the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair for high crimes and misdemeanours during the Iraq War of 2003. When he became Mayor of London for the first time in 2008, he launched some new policies and schemes in his first term; he introduced Routemaster double-decker buses replacing city’s articulated buses. He introduced a public bicycle scheme colloquially known as ‘Boris Bikes.’ Boris Bikes scheme was launched by Boris Johnson He has been a hardliner Brexit campaigner. He endorsed Vote Leave in the Out campaign for the 2016 United Kingdom European Union membership referendum. When Theresa May came to power, Johnson was appointed as the Foreign Secretary. Over his appointment, some politician criticised his position because of his huge account of controversies. Sweden’s former Prime Minister, Carl Bildt said, “I wish, it was a joke.” He is the biological father of a daughter with his secret relationship with Helen MacIntyre. He wanted media not to report his daughter existence but the Court ruled that the public had a right to know about Johnson’s reckless behaviour. His girlfriend, Carrie Symonds is a daughter of Matthew Symonds, co-founder of ‘The Independent’ Newspaper. He was portrayed by Will Barton in 2017 produced drama, ‘Theresa vs Boris: How May Became PM.’ He was also portrayed by Richard Goulding in the 2019 HBO and Channel 4 drama, Brexit: The Uncivil War. To become the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, he defeated Jeremy Hunt by a margin of more than 45000 votes. He has penned many columns, articles, and books. Some of his works are ‘Friends, Voters, Countrymen,’ ‘Lend Me Your Ears,’ ‘Seventy-Two Virgins,’ ‘The Dream of Rome,’ ‘Have I Got Views For You,’ ‘Life in the Fast Lane: The Johnson Guide to Cars,’ ‘Johnson’s Life of London,’ ‘The Churchill Factor,’ etc. He loves sports; especially playing rugby, tennis, and riding bikes. Amidst the Corona outbreak, he was tested positive for Covid-19 and went under self-isolation in 11 Downing Street.

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