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Boris Johnson names son Nicholas in honor of two doctors who saved his life

Written by Angella Semu

Boris Johnson names son Nicholas in honor of two doctors who saved his life

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has named his new born son after the two doctors who saved his life while he suffered from coronavirus last month.

Making the announcement, the fiance to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Carrie Symonds, 32, on Saturday, 2nd May 2020 revealed on Instagram that the newborn baby was named Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson after the two doctors who treated Boris Johnson, Dr Nick Price and Dr Nick Hart.

Carrie Symonds was quoted by CNN saying: ” Wilfred after Boris’ grandfather, Lawrie after my grandfather, Nicholas after Dr Nick Price and Dr Nick Hart – the two doctors that saved Boris’ life last month,”

The couple welcomed their newborn baby on
Wednesday after they announced in February that they were expecting a baby in early summer.

According to The Guardian, Dr Nicholas Price is a consultant in infectious diseases and general medicine and Prof Nicholas Hart is the director of the Lane Fox Respiratory Service at the Guys and St Thomas’ Trust, and a professor of respiratory and critical care medicine at King’s College London who specialized in rehabilitation and home mechanical ventilation with chronic respiratory failure.

Meanwhile, the prime minister is expected to take a short period of paternity leave and reports revealed that the family is planning to live in their Downing Street flat.

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I am a journalist, educator, and activist with passion for telling stories about social justice, sports and political issues. I graduated from Mzuzu University. I started my career at the Maravi Post online publication in 2012 as an intern while in college. Upon graduating from Mzuzu University I was offered a job as Sports Reporter because of my background as a goalkeeper and rose to the position of sub editor. I also had a short stint with Nyasatimes, Malawi Punch and Malawi Digest. Over the past seven years, I have worked intimately with rural organizations and communities in Malawi on human rights, girl child education and grassroots development projects. With an academic background in education, I also volunteer as male champion for girls’ education under Girls Empowerment Networks (GENET) in Malawi’s South West Education Division (SWED).
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