Conservative Party leader Boris Johns has taken over as the new British Prime Minister. And after Johnson took office, one of the questions revolves around social media and the media. That is, who will Johnson pick up at Downing Street at No. 5? Who will be British Firstlady?
The reason for this question arises – Boris Johnson was separated from his wife Marina Wheeler several years ago. Then came Johnson’s lover Carrie Symond. If the question arises, will Johnson get into the PM’s residence with Carrie Symond? If so, what will be Carrie’s designation?
The wives of the Prime Minister or the President are called Firstlady, but what the Prime Minister’s lover will be called is not in the British Government’s dictionary. Because it has never happened before. Some, of course, say Carrie’s title will be ‘First Girlfriend’.
So far, no announcement has been made from the office of the British Prime Minister about who will be staying at his residence. In the past, there is no evidence that a British Prime Minister has marched down Downing Street with an unmarried partner. CNN has been told from the Prime Minister’s Office that they do not yet know whether Carrie Symond will get there. There is so much smoke in the matter.
Six-year-old Carrie Symond was spotted on the stage during Johnson’s first speech. During this time the photojournalists surrounded him to take pictures. However, during his campaign to become Johnson’s head of the team, Carrie did not see much. He had no time to meet the queen.
For these reasons, British media are skeptical whether Carrie will be able to play a proper role even if she’s down on Downing Street. Because then he has to go abroad as a Prime Minister’s traveling companion. There are some diplomatic duties to be performed. They are asking how efficient Carrie will be in those.
Many people think that Carrie won’t be able to make such an impact on Downing Street. However, the British Firstladies do not have to be as formal as the United States Firstladies. They have no specific responsibility.
As Tony Blair became the British Prime Minister, his wife Cherry did not leave the barrister. He has done his work without any government involvement.