In The Week Boris Told A Battered Britain It Was In For Another Six Months Of COVID Winter Misery

A news outlet has revealed that Carrie Symonds has enjoyed a five-star holiday in the exclusive Italian resort of Lake Como with her infant Wilfred. However, in the week Boris Johnson told Britons the UK was in for another six months of misery, yet his fiancee has been staying at the £600 a night Grand Hotel Tremezzo in northern Italy with three girlfriends.

During her extravagant getaway, the new mother was seen cutting a casual figure in a £325 blue checked cotton gingham dress by Ganni and black Superga trainers as she strolled along the waterside esplanade with a friend while carrying four-month-old Wilfred in a baby sling.

Her blonde hair was drawn back in a bun at the top of her head, revealing brunette roots and Carrie Symonds, 32, has been spending a few days staying at the elegant lakeside hotel, which is a favourite with the super-wealthy where a two day stay in a suite can cost more than £6,400.

A British holidaymaker told a news outlet that Carrie Symonds appeared extremely relaxed and that she was smiling and laughing with her friends and it was if she didn’t have a care in the world.

Carrie Symond’s restful break comes as the Government made a harsh assessment of the nation’s job opportunities and economic circumstances.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak will today unveil a string of measures aimed at tackling the economic situation with an estimated five million people still reliant on the furlough scheme.

But despite all of this, Boris Johnson’s fiancee didn’t appear to have any worries as she enjoyed her holiday at the hotel which is deemed one of the finest in Europe, popular with rich Americans.

And whilst the Prime Minister was preaching to the nation on Tuesday night to spell out harsh new constraints which will close pubs and restaurants at 10 pm, his fiancee was enjoying a late-night supper with her three companions.

She stayed up until well after 10 pm as she dined at the hotel restaurant where Mediterranean style sea bass with tomatoes, capers and Taggia olives costs £28.

Carrie and her companions were seated on the terrace at an outdoor table. The tables were spaced apart in line with appropriate social distancing and the waiters and all hotel entourage were wearing masks.

The guests are also required to wear masks in the public spaces of the hotel and can only remove them when eating and drinking.

Before dinner the Prime Minister’s partner ambled along the promenade where she was able to take off her mask outside, taking in the scenery with Wilfred attired in a red and white baby grow.

Boris Johnson’s son, with his distinctive shock of blonde hair like his father, took a lively interest in the view before napping in his sling and an onlooker said that it’s such a lovely hotel and they said that they weren’t surprised that Carrie Symonds was having a good time.

This comes as Boris Johnson said he was struggling with money and wanted a wage rise, now I wonder why? And there was us actually thinking that Boris Johnson was pauperised, obviously not splashing out on £600 a night hotels.

And it seems lockdowns are only for ordinary folk while the privileged ones continue to go on lavish holidays.

This week, we had the delight of Boris Johnson gracing our screens once again, addressing the country, where he unveiled a new set of incomprehensible rules.

As if people haven’t been through enough as it is, along with hard-working business owners fortunate enough to have survived this far, have now been told that if they don’t cooperate with the new COVID secure measures, they will be breaking the law.

Yet these laws will do nothing but impede economic recovery and have once again been passed without any form of parliamentary debate and even the Conservative MPs have been irked by the nature of the latest lockdown measures and have publicly voiced their concerns and our bungling ministers are introducing and enacting legislation left, right and centre, with no real scrutiny over the impact they might have.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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