Boris Johnson and his wife, Carrie, named their new daughter Romy Iris Charlotte Johnson.
The Prime Minister and wife, who already share their son Wilfred, shared their happy news after welcoming their first daughter to the world last week.
Carrie, 33, who shares the first photo of the newborn, paid tribute to the two families and explained the bitter reason behind the name.
The post came just minutes after the 57-year-old Prime Minister slipped his name during his visit to the Vaccine Center.
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The name Romy comes from Carrie’s aunt Rosemary.
Charlotte, the newborn’s middle name, was chosen in honor of Boris’s late mother, who died earlier this year.
Carrie gave a new name description to the sweet image of her son Wilfred looking down at his sister.
“Welcome to Romy, the world’s beloved. I was born at 9:02 am on 09.12.21,” she began.
“Romy after my aunt Rosemary,” continued the two mothers. “Greek iris, meaning rainbow.
“Charlotte after Boris’s late mother.
“Wilf is stroking Romy’s hair, kissing big, and playing in a matchbox car right next to the crib, just in case she wants to get in too.
“Thanks to UCLH’s wonderful maternity staff for taking care of us. We are very grateful,” Carrie added.
Last year, Boris and Carrie tied a knot at an intimate ceremony just months after welcoming their first child, Wilfred, in April.
The couple chose to cover Carrie’s pregnancy with Romy as much as possible because conservationists suffered a miscarriage a few months ago.
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Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie nod to the prime minister's late mother and name her baby daughter Romy.
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