Boris Johnson has cut his Scotland holiday short after the place where he was staying with his family was leaked.
The Prime Minister is said to have gathered up his tent and returned home after images of him in a secluded Scottish location was published.
Boris Johnson had taken his fiancee Carrie Symonds and their baby Wilfred away for a few days but after photos of his Highland cottage and tent were revealed, the Prime Minister reportedly cut his family trip short and returned home.
Boris Johnson faced calls to return from the scheduled trip amid the huge crisis over exam results, on which he is yet to comment.
Bodyguards allegedly raised concerns over safety, so Boris Johnson and his family chose to leave after only three days and a source said they’d been camping in the garden of the cottage but the security threat was too much.
The tent could be spotted by a sharpshooter from too far away for them to stay after the location was published.
Downing Street had made no secret of Boris Johnson’s plans to take leave with the 32-year-old mum of his new son, but the couple were hunted down by a media outlet to a three-bedroom cottage and tent set up on the Scottish coast, where they were tucked away with baby Wilfred and dog Dilyn.
The images captured a fashionable teepee style calico tent about 50 yards from the cottage and a sightseer who reportedly saw the Prime Minister’s family said it simply looked like any other ordinary family day out.
However, angry landowner Kenny Cameron claimed Boris Johnson and his family set up their tent on his property without authorisation, possibly believing the 20-acre field was part of their rented coastal cottage, which has views over the islands of Rona and Raasay.
He further believed they used the chairs from the home to build a makeshift stile to climb over a three-foot wire fence and sheep farmer Kenny Cameron told a media outlet that Boris Johnson is meant to be leading the country and yet he’s not setting a great example.
And that normally if people want to go inside a fenced area they ask for permission first, but that he was not asked at all and that Boris Johnson could have put his tent up in the garden of the cottage and there would have been no problem, but that he didn’t do that.
Looking at the images of Boris Johnson, he does look like a bit of a dunce, look at the state of him in his beanie hat, and he’s supposed to be our Prime Minister, but really, he doesn’t need to be wearing the beanie hat to look like the village idiot.
Or did Boris Johnson return home because he’d had enough of slumming it, so decided to get back to the indulgence he’s so used to?
But poor Boris Johnson really did deserve to have a tranquil holiday, after all that hard blundering about doing absolutely nothing useful and we would love to see the images of Boris Johnson gathering up his tent.