Boris Johnson’s girlfriend is "distraugh" and "in tears" after he was admitted to intensive care.
After UK Prime Minister announced that he got Covid-19 infection, his and Carrie Symonds’ situation, Boris Johnson’s Pregnant Fiancee, is that they were forced to separate. Boris and Carrie have not seen each other for a fortnight after PM first fell ill on March 27 while Carrie is understood to have come down with similar symptoms over the weekend. Then Johnson was rushed into ICU with breathing difficulties and his wife-to-be is not allowed to be by his side because of her pregnancy and a blanket ban on visitors.
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Covid: Boris Jhonson’s fiancee situation, Carrie Symonds
A friend told that Carrie Symonds had been ‘distraught‘ and ‘in tears’ in a phone call after Johnson’s admission and was ‘deeply upset and concerned for his wellbeing’. In a caring moment, the Queen yesterday sent a personal message of good wishes to Carrie, whose baby is due this summer, and his wider family who are waiting anxiously to hear if he recovers. If Prime Minister has nominated Carrie as his next of kin, if the condition deteriorates doctors may ask her to make decisions on his behalf should be sedated and put on a ventilator.
Carrie Symonds is just one of the millions of pregnant women who were told they were ‘at increased risk’ from Covid-19. They ordered to follow ‘stringent’ social distancing, for 12 weeks. She had also reportedly wanted a home birth but women all over the country are having these canceled because of a lack of midwives and some hospitals are also banning birthing partners.
Carrie is the first unmarried partner of a Prime Minister to live in Downing Street, where she is understood to have been considering having the baby. But if the lockdown continues she may have to give birth in a hospital, potentially without a birthing partner. Same like other pregnant women will do if they have to give birth in the lockdown time range.