BORIS Johnson’s baby Wilfred gets a loving cuddle from mum Carrie Symonds as they chat with NHS midwives who helped deliver him.
Doting Boris looks on while taking part in the Zoom call from his Downing Street study with staff at University College London Hospitals.
Wilfred, born in April, shows off the family’s trademark blond locks as Carrie talks with staff. She told midwives how “incredibly grateful” she was for the “most amazing care” she got.
The tot, above with mum in May, arrived just weeks after his Prime Minister dad was admitted to hospital and spent three nights in intensive care with coronavirus.
Carrie gave birth just 16 days after Boris fought for his life in intensive care with coronavirus.
The new mum herself had fought the deadly bug.
Named after Covid-19 docs
The doctors Boris Johnson named his son after are experts in infectious diseases and ventilation.
Nicholas is in tribute to Dr Nick Price and Dr Nick Hart “the two doctors that saved Boris’ life last month”, according to Ms Symonds.
Mr Johnson was admitted to intensive care at St Thomas’ hospital in London suffering with Covid-19.
While Wilfred is Ms Symond’s first child, it is Mr Johnson’s sixth – and his third son.
He has four children with ex-wife Marina Wheeler – two sons Milo, 24, and Theodore, 20, and two daughters Lara, 26, and Cassia, 22.
Boris also has another daughter, Stephanie, born in 2009, after an affair with art consultant Helen Macintyre.
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