Charlotte Johnson Ol, the mother of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, is no more. He died at the age of 69 in a London hospital. The British prime minister’s mother has died “suddenly and peacefully” at St Mary’s Hospital, according to a statement in the British newspaper Times.
Boris Johnson once said that his mother was the “most powerful” member of the family.
Leading figures in the UK’s political arena have mourned the death of the British Prime Minister’s mother. “I am very sorry to hear of the loss of the Prime Minister,” said Sir Care Starmer, a senior Labor leader. My condolences to him and his family.
“I was thinking about Boris Johnson and his family this evening,” said Amanda Milling, chairman of the Conservative Party. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Charlotte’s father was president of the European Commission for Human Rights in the 1970s. Ol married Stanley Johnson in 1983, and she graduated from Oxford University as the first married woman. They had four children. The couple separated in 1989.
Charlotte made a name for herself as a portrait artist. She moved to New York in 1966, marrying American Professor Nicholas Owl. He returned to London in 1997, where he remained until his death.