Published On: Sat, Mar 9th, 2024

Boris Johnson’s two-year-old daughter rushed to hospital after nursery incident | Politics | News

Boris Johnson‘s child Romy has been rushed to hospital after an incident at nursery.

The former PM’s wife, Carrie Johnson, told her 88.6k Instagram followers that little Romy sustained a cut which was “pretty deep” after an accidental fall.

She said: “The last 48 hours have been pretty grim here. My daughter fell at nursery and needed to go to hospital as the cut was pretty deep and then all three kids have picked up some vomiting virus and have been sick multiple times. I’m looking after them on my own while having a stinking cold and also feeling pretty off-colour. A dose of reality on here!”

In a further update today, Carrie Johnson, 35, said: “I think we’re coming out the other end of it because Romy is laughing and no one has vomited for a few hours. Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you.”

She added: “A very kind neighbour brough this Peppa table and chair set round for Romy this morning so she’s in her element.”

Little Romy was pictured sitting on a bright pink Peppa Pig chair with matching table. She sat opposite a Peppa Pig doll, and they appeared to be enjoying an afternoon tea together – a sure sign that the toddler is on the mend.

Romy is the middle child of Boris and Carrie Johnson, who was born on December 9, 2021, in London. The couple took more than a week to announce the baby’s full name, eventually settling on Romy Iris Charlotte.

Mum Carrie revealed that Romy was named after Carrie’s aunt Rosemary. She added: “Iris from the Greek, meaning rainbow, “Charlotte after Boris’s late mum who we miss so much.”

Boris and Carrie share two other children together, Wilfred Laurie Nicholas Johnson, who turns four next month and Frank Arthur Odysseus Johnson, who was born on July 5, 2023.

It comes as Boris Johnson is being tipped to return to frontline Conservative Party politics, with unconfirmed rumours of a secret plot to bring him back – as insiders claim the Tories don’t have a “hope in hell” of winning a general election Rishi Sunak.

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