Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has finally confirmed he is a father of six children after years of speculation.
Johnson, who is preparing to welcome his second child in December with his wife Carrie, answered the question about the number of his offspring for the first time in an interview with NBC’s Today show in New York, during his trip to meet with U.S. President Joe Biden, in America.
When he was asked about combining fatherhood while running the U.K., he told an NBC broadcaster: “It’s fantastic. It’s a lot of work. It’s a lot of work, I’ll tell you that much, but I love it, I absolutely love it, and I want you to know I change a lot of nappies.”
And when asked if he currently has six children, including his son Wilfred, born in April last year, the British PM confirmed: “Yes.”
There has long been speculation about the number of children the blonde politician has fathered.
While he has four children with ex-wife Marina Wheeler, he also has a daughter Stephanie, born in 2009, from an affair with art consultant Helen Macintyre.