The Truth About Boris Johnson’s Wife Carrie

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  The Truth About Boris Johnson’s Wife Carrie

Before Carrie Johnson was the prime minister’s wife, she was Carrie Symonds, born on St. Patrick’s Day, 1988, to Matthew Symonds, co-founder of the British newspaper The Independent, and Josephine McAfee, an attorney working for the publication (via the Daily Mail). Her birth was a slightly complicated situation as she was the product of an extramarital affair between the two, according to the newspaper, and both of Johnson’s parents were married to other people.

Interestingly, her father was also the product of an affair, and it’s been said that his mother, Anne, was the illegitimate daughter of Prime Minister H. H. Asquith. A source told the Daily Mail that Johnson was never close with her father, sharing that “she considers him to have been a domineering, absentee father from her childhood” who only visited occasionally.

Raised by her mother, Johnson grew up in a leafy, upscale area of Southwest London called East Sheen, where she attended a prestigious private school called the Godolphin & Latymer School, according to the newspaper. With such a privileged background, she was well-set to enter the world of politics in years to come.

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