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Boris Johnson and Carrie unveil a sweet Christmas card featuring pet dog Dillin playing in the snow

Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie have revealed their sweet Christmas card featuring the family’s dog Dillin playing in the snow.

Two-year-old Jack Russell Terrier was playing on a snow-covered lawn for the couple’s annual Christmas card.

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Johnson’s Christmas card featured their pouch DillinCredit: Pippa Fowles / No10 Downing Street
Carrie and the Prime Minister's 2021 Christmas Card

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Carrie and the Prime Minister’s 2021 Christmas CardCredit: Pippa Fowles / No10 Downing Street

PM (57) and Carrie (33) hired dogs shortly after arriving in Downing Street in 2019.

Dillin was saved as a puppy by the Friends of Animals Wales from a South Wales breeder because his jaw was misaligned and was about to be knocked down.

He currently lives in Downing Street Flat. Mr. Johnson Take him every morning to take a walk in the garden.

The prime minister’s adorable Christmas card is when he comes Insisted that there was no need to cancel the Christmas gatheringFamily meetings and nativity plays overcome the fear of the new Covid variant, Omicron.

He asked the Englishman not to panic He tried to calm the turmoil in the new stock by making more restrictive claims, so he said: That’s not what we are saying.

“Please take a balanced and proportional approach to this. I want you to continue.”

Party attendees are encouraged to “keep calm” at the Christmas festival, despite scientists expressing concern about the risks associated with gathering for social events.

Conservative Chairman Oliver Dowden said his party did not intend to cancel their Christmas drinks and the other parties should continue the celebration.

And during a campaign visit to North Shropshire yesterday, Johnson again insisted that people didn’t have to cancel the festive event.

He states: “People who are concerned about the need to cancel a Christmas party have noticed that they are going back and forth quite a lot about it.

“No, we’re not saying that, we’re not saying we have to cancel the nativity play.

“I strongly believe that children should be in school, and I think Christmas should go as normal as possible.”

A spokesperson for Downing Street said he should look at government guidance set over the weekend.

“There’s nothing in the rules that prevents you from having a Christmas party or socializing like that,” they said.

However, a series of ministers sought to weaken the spirit of Christmas by suggesting that people should avoid kissing strangers or attending large parties.

Labor and pension minister Therese Coffey caused a fierce backlash this year when he ordered people to avoid “peeping under mistletoe.”

An extraordinary party alliance broke out, as both the Minister of Health and Labor leaders said the minister should not tell people who can and cannot kiss.

Sajid Javid declared: “People can eavesdrop on who they want — it has nothing to do with the government you kiss.”

“I don’t think it’s the government’s role to decide who can or can’t kiss,” Sir Keir Starmer argued.

Carrie Simons holds a dog, Jack Russell Terrier, Dillin

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Carrie Simons holds a dog, Jack Russell Terrier, DillinCredit: AFP
The Prime Minister and Carrie adopted Dyrin shortly after arriving in Downing Street in 2019.

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The Prime Minister and Carrie adopted Dyrin shortly after arriving in Downing Street in 2019.Credit: Pippa Fowles / No10 Downing Street
Boris Johnson and Carrie Simmons with their dog Dillin on vacation in Scotland

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Boris Johnson and Carrie Simmons with their dog Dillin on vacation in ScotlandCredits: See captions
Despite the spread of Omicron, Christmas delights celebrate the beginning of the stupid season as they wear festive costumes in pubs and clubs.



Boris Johnson and Carrie unveil a sweet Christmas card featuring pet dog Dillin playing in the snow

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