British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his fiancee Carrie Symonds and their new born baby son Wilfred have flown back to London on Thursday evening after cutting short their summer break in Scotland amid fears for their safety.
They had been renting a remote cottage in Scotland and just hours previously had been photographed enjoying their break outside the former schoolhouse with their pet dog Dilyn.
The move came after the Prime Minister had rejected claims that he should of returned to London to help take control of the examinations debacle. A close family friend said that their discovery has made it impossible to carry on with the holiday as planned which was due to finish at the weekend.
Former Prime Ministers such as Theresa May and David Cameron had allowed press to photograph them on their holidays, but Boris was trying to keep his strictly private from everyone.
However, on Friday, a newspaper published photographs of him outside the cottage on the Applecross peninsula wearing a bobble hat and chatting to his security team.
The tent that had been pitched in the grounds was hastily packed away when the landlord arrived and said that he did not have permission for camping. According to the cottage’s website, it is now booked for the rest of the year and is marketed as a “secluded and spacious” three bedroomed cottage that would cost approximately £1000 per week to rent.
The listing says that the cottage has a walled garden and enjoys the aspect of sitting on the shoreline with views to the islands of Rona, Skye and Raasay. A Downing Street spokesman has refuse to comment on the story.
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