Boris Johnson's fiance Carrie Symonds gives birth

Boris Johnson's fiance Carrie Symonds gives birth

- A brief statement released on Wednesday, April 29, indicated Symonds gave birth to a baby boy at a London hospital and the newborn was in good health

- The news got many by surprise as Symond was expected to give birth in the summer though the date was not yet confirmed

- Boris is said to have stood by his fiance during the entire period of delivery.

- This came barely days after the PM was discharged from St Thomas' Hospital in London following a period in intensive care after being diagnosed with coronavirus

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The UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson's fiance Carrie Symonds has given birth to a baby boy, the PM's spokesperson has revealed.

A brief statement released on Wednesday, April 29, indicated Symonds gave birth at a London hospital and the newborn was in good health.

Boris Johnson's fiance Carrie Symonds gives birth

Boris Johnson and his fiance Carrie Symonds. Photo: The Sun.
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Boris thanked the medics at the NHS maternity for the exceptional work that enabled his fiance to deliver safely.

"The Prime Minister and Ms Symonds are thrilled to announce the birth of a healthy baby boy at a London hospital earlier this morning. Both mother and baby are doing very well.
The PM and Ms Symonds would like to thank the fantastic NHS maternity team," said the spokesperson as quoted by The Sun.

The news got many by surprise as Symond was expected to give birth in the summer though the date was not yet confirmed.

Boris is said to have stood by his fiance during the entire period of delivery.

This came barely days after the PM was discharged from St Thomas' Hospital in London following a period in intensive care after being diagnosed with coronavirus.

The couple announced in February they were engaged to be married and were expecting a baby.

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