Carrie Johnson, third wife of former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, announced this Tuesday the birth on July 5 of Frank Alfred Odysseus Johnson, the third child of the couple.
Carrie has posted a photo of her with the newborn on her Instagram account, where he specifies that the little one was born in a London hospital.
“Welcome to the world, Frank Alfred Odysseus Johnson, born on July 5 at 9:15” local time, he says.
“(Can you guess what name my husband chose?!)”he adds, alluding to the devotion of Johnson, 59, for the classical Roman and Greek world, which he studied at the university.
Carrie, 35, says she is enjoying “every minute” of the bubble with her “sleepy baby” and notes that seeing her two older children “Hugging his new brother with such joy and excitement has been wonderful.”
“We are all delighted,” says the former public relations of the Conservative Party.
Johnson’s wife thanks the service received in the maternity ward at University College London Hospital (UCLH) and asks her followers to recommend “a good series” to watch while breastfeeding.
“Time to have a drink”, he adds.
The couple married on May 29, 2021 and have two other children, Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas, born on April 29, 2020, and Romy Iris Charlotte, who came into the world on December 9, 2021.
Boris Johnson, who was prime minister from July 24, 2019, to September 6, 2022, has five other children from previous relationships.