Boris Johnson takes mini-me son Wilfred for stroll in his buggy

The PM has continuously urged Brits to 'think twice' about heading outdoors this weekend.

1/17/2021 11:39:00 PM

The PM has continuously urged Brits to 'think twice' about heading outdoors this weekend.

The PM has continuously urged Brits to 'think twice' about heading outdoors this weekend.

AdvertisementAdvertisementHe and Ms Symonds have not shared any photos of their son’s face publicly, but it would appear the youngster has already inherited his dad’s infamous thick blonde hair.Johnson previously begged members of the public to ‘think twice’ about leaving their homes this weekend, as cases of the virus continue to soar.

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Today a further 38,598 infections were recorded, while 671 more people died with Covid.The PM said on Friday: ‘Think twice before leaving the house this weekend. Jab by jab we will win this fight. But for now it’s crucial we continue to protect the NHS and save lives by staying home.’

Johnson held Wilfred in his arms (Picture: Steve Back)Wilfred is Johnson’s youngest son and was born during the pandemic (Picture: Steve Back)He added: ‘We’ve already vaccinated hundreds of thousands more people than any other country in Europe. But until the job is done, we must keep this virus under control.’

Johnson also reminded people that the safest thing to do is to ‘assume you have Covid’ and follow lockdown instructions accordingly.Last week, the PM faced some criticism after he was seencycling in the Olympic Parkseven miles away from his home on Downing Street.

Official Covid-19 guidance states: ‘You may exercise on your own, with one other person, or with your household or support bubble. This should be limited to once per day, and you should not travel outside your local area.’Carrie Symonds did not join the PM for the walk (Picture: LNP)

The PM wore a red hat but no coat for the outing (Picture: LNP) Read more: Metro »

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Either of his bodyguards wearing a mask? Do as I say,not as I do.. I dislike all Tories, but he's going for a walk ffs. And Hancock played Rugby with his millionaire friends. Your BS baiting is getting boring. Look at the state of him. Our prime minister ladies and gentleman chose his outfit by running at the washing basket.....

Stop shit stirring. Everyone is allowed to go for a walk, regardless of who you are 🙄 is it still ok to go on a seven mile bike ride ... asking for a friend 🤔