The Prime Minister is now married to Carrie Symonds, but he has had a complicated love life – including two divorces. In 1987 he married his university girlfriend Allegra Mostyn-Owen but they divorced six years later, and Mr Johnson went on to wed Marina Wheeler with whom he had four children.
However, Mr Johnson’s affair with a property developer saw him become a father again in 2009.And he had a new baby son with Ms Symonds during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Interest in the Johnson family tree arose this week when his rarely-seen daughter, Lara Johnson-Wheeler, caused a stir posing for an underwear shoot – admitting that Kim Kardashian has given her the confidence to embrace her hourglass figure.
Mr Johnson’s oldest child was conceived ahead of his wedding to Ms Wheeler in 1993, with the 28-year-old now working as a journalist, writer, editor and broadcaster who lives in London.
She went to the £33,000-a-year Bedales school before earning a place at St Andrews University where she studied Latin.
Mr Arthur, whose exact birthday is undisclosed to the public but is believed to be 26-years-old, studied at Westminster School, which costs about £27,000-a-year, and is now a keen sportsman.
He also studied at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies and can speak Arabic, Russian and French.
The 24-year-old studied at Highgate School, which costs about £18,000-a-year, before going on to study at Trinity College in Dublin.
Like her father and older sister, Ms Peaches is a writer and was a student editor for her school’s alumni magazine.
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Ms Macintyre tried to keep their child secret and even launched legal action against a newspaper to prevent them publishing a report – though this changed when Mr Johnson’s father, Stanley, appeared to acknowledge her place in the family, saying he had spoken to her over video call and hoped to meet his grandchild.
It is understood that Stephanie has very little to do with her dad or her half siblings.
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Mr Johnson and Ms Symonds welcomed their first child on April 29 2020, just weeks after the politician was admitted to intensive care with coronavirus.
A spokesman for the couple said: “The Prime Minister and Ms Symonds are thrilled to announce the birth of a healthy baby boy at a London hospital earlier this morning. Both mother and baby are doing very well.”