Boris Johnson Baby Name: Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas named after Doctor

By | May 3, 2020

Boris Johnson Baby Name: Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas named after Doctor:

Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas

England Prime Minister Mr. Boris Johnson and his fiancee Carrie Symonds on Saturday named their new-born baby boy Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas, after their grandfathers and the two doctors who saved the UK Prime Minister’s life during his hospitalisation last month with COVID-19.

Boris Johnson’s son, Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson,was born in London, early in the morning of 29 April 2020.

In 2019, Johnson was living with Carrie Symonds, the daughter of Matthew Symonds, son of John Beavan, Baron Ardwick and a co-founder of The Independent newspaper, and Josephine McAfee, a lawyer. Symonds had worked for the Conservative party since 2009 and worked on Johnson’s 2012 campaign to be re-elected as Mayor.On 29 February 2020, Johnson and Symonds announced their engagement and that Symonds was expecting a baby in early summer.They became engaged in late 2019.

Johnson has been a controversial figure in British journalism and politics. Supporters have praised him as an entertaining, humorous, and popular figure, with an appeal stretching beyond traditional Conservative voters and Eurosceptics. Conversely, his critics have accused him of dishonesty, elitism, and cronyism, and of using offensive language. Johnson is the subject of several biographies and fictionalised portrayals.


Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds arrive at The Midland, near the Manchester Central convention complex in Manchester, northwest England, on Sept. 28, 2019.

On 28 April Kawasaki Syndrome was reported in children.

On 29 April, the number of people who have died with coronavirus in the UK passed 26,000, as official figures include deaths in the community, such as in care homes, for the first time.

On 30 April, Boris Johnson said the country was “past the peak of this disease”, and that to avoid the risk of a second spike residents must continue with social distancing measures.

Statistics from the ONS published on 1 May 2020, showed that the death rate from the disease had until then been “six times higher among those living in major cities than in rural areas”.

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