Boris Johnson and Carrie Johnson are looking for a new home away from central London. The time has come for the couple to leave the official Prime Ministerial residence of Downing Street.
The couple moved into No10 Downing Street at the end of 2019, following Boris Johnson’s landslide victory in December’s election. In this residence they “welcomed” their two children, two-year-old Wilfred and eight-month-old Romi.
Boris Johnson was also criticized for the expensive renovation of the prime minister’s residence, which according to information, cost 112,549 pounds with the help of interior designer Lulu Little.
According to the Sun newspaper: “Carrie and Boris are looking for a permanent home away from the glitz of central London. Because of the children a family home with a large garden is essential. This is exactly what Dulwich can offer. The irony is that he wanted to emulate Churchill but ended up following in Thatcher’s footsteps,’ as the south-east London neighborhood was also home to Margaret Thatcher in 1990.