WATCH: Photos and Videos From Boris Johnson’s Birthday Party Go Viral On Social Media: According to the latest report, the prime minister was found to be in violation of Covid restrictions on the 19th of June, 2020, when indoor socializing with individuals from other households was prohibited. Boris Johnson was only there for 9 minutes, and an assistant’s birthday cake never even made it out of its Tupperware box. Despite this, the Prime Minister was fending off calls for his resignation last night after being released with a fine for attending the surprise birthday celebration.

Boris Johnson Birthday Party Photos

Boris Johnson Birthday Party Photos

Boris Johnson’s Birthday Celebration

Carrie Symonds, his then-fiancee, arrived carrying their 7-week-old son Wilfred in her arms to the spontaneous celebration on June 19, 2020, to commemorate his 56th birthday. The revelation of a “birthday party” for the Prime Minister rocked Westminster in January, as British citizens had been told they couldn’t attend indoor meetings or gatherings at the time of the party.

Rather than being a contentious occasion, sources claim that the Prime Minister used the brief meeting in the Cabinet room as an opportunity to eat a quick salad for lunch during a day in which he presided over eight meetings. According to sources, the Prime Minister was probably unaware that a birthday cake delivered by a special advisor was sealed inside a Tupperware box.

Photos and Videos from Boris Johnson’s Birthday Party

Mr. Johnson, who had only been in the hospital for 2 months and had been on the verge of dying from COVID, is said to have stood for the entire 9 minutes before being whisked away for a meeting about the deadly pandemic. According to one report, Scotland Yard had a photo of the Prime Minister holding a beer can. “There was a suggestion of a new four-pack,” one source said. I’m not sure if that’s correct or not. “I don’t recall anyone having a drink or not having a drink.”

PM began his day with a personal training session shortly after 7:00 a.m., followed by his first meeting with senior staff at 9:00 a.m. He set out for a visit to Bovingdon Primary School in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, shortly after 10:00 a.m., where he met with Gavin Williamson, the then Education Secretary. Mr. Johnson was seen socially distancing with students in the playground and washing hands with six children as part of the visit to demonstrate how to stay safe during the Covid pandemic.


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