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Boris Johnson

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson is a British politician, author, and former journalist who has been Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2019. He was Foreign Secretary from 2016 to 2018 and Mayor of London from 2008 to 2016.

Full Name

Boris Johnson


Journalist-Politician-Book editor


June 19, 1964 

Birth Place

New York, United States


56 Year




United Kingdom


1.75 m


Rachel Johnson-Leo Johnson


Marina WheelerAllegra Mostyn-Owen


Eton College-Ashdown House School


 Lara Lettice JohnsonTheodore Apollo Johnson


Conservative Party

Net Worth

$4 Million

Nickname: BoJo, Boris, Beano Boris

School / College / University

European School of Brussels 

Primrose Hill Primary School

Ashdown House preparatory boarding school

Eton College

Balliol College, University of Oxford

Religion:    Christianity

Race / Ethnicity

White (English, as well as one-eighth Ashkenazi Jewish, one-eighth Turkish,  small amounts of Swiss-German, German, European Royal, French, and Irish, remote Cornish, Dutch, Belgian, Scottish, and Scots-Irish/Northern Irish descents).

Food Habits:    Non-vegan.
Hobbies:   Reading, Painting



  • In feet – 5′ 9″
  • In Centimeters – 175 cm
  • In meters – 1.75 m


  • In kilograms – 85 kg
  • In Pounds – 187 lbs

Body Measurements

  • Chest Size: 42 inches
  • Biceps Size: 16 inches
  • Waist Size: 34 inches
Eye color:    Blue
Hair color:    Blonde

Marriage Date

Marina Wheeler – May 8, 1993

Allegra Mostyn-Owen – September 5, 1987

Affairs or dating history

Allegra Mostyn-Owen (1987-1993)

Marina Wheeler (1993-2008)

Carrie Symonds (2018-Present)

Car collection

  4. CITRO√čN AX

Favorite Things

Favorite Actor – Tom Cruise

Favorite Actress – Jennifer Lawrence

Favorite Holiday Destination – France

Favorite Color – Black

Favorite Dishes – Pan Cake, Fries, Chicken, and Cheese Burger

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson may be a leading Conservative politician and British Prime Minister, who was elected leader of the Conservative Party within the summer of 2019, during a bid to require the united kingdom out of the EU with or without a deal. He served as Mayor of London for 2 terms 2008-16, overseeing the 2012 London Olympics. He also played a number one role within the 2016 “Vote Leave” campaign on the EU referendum, afterward becoming Foreign Secretary and later Prime Minister. he's one among Britain’s most status politicians, renowned for his eccentric approach to life but increasingly known for his hardline Brexit stance which has polarised opinion.

Early Life And Career As A Journalist

As a toddler, Johnson lived in American state town, London, and Brussels before attending a private college in England. He won a scholarship to school|public school} and later studied classics at Balliol College, Oxford, wherever he was president of the Oxford Union. when shortly operating as an associate consultant, Johnson began a career in journalism. He started as a newsperson for the times in 1987 however was laid off for fabricating a quotation. He then began operating for The Daily Telegraph, wherever he served as a correspondent covering the European Community (1989–94) associated later as an assistant editor (1994–99). In 1994 Johnson became a political editorialist for The Spectator, and in 1999 he was named the magazine’s editor, continued in that role till 2005.

Boris Johnson as MP

In 2001, Boris Johnson was elected an MP for Henley on the Thames, replacing Michael Heseltine. In 2004 he was appointed shadow minister for the arts. However, in November 2004, he was forced to resign over allegations of an extramarital affair with Petronella Wyatt. In 2005, he was reprieved and given the position of shadow minister for education. In 2006, allegations of another extramarital affair arose, but David Cameron did not consider it sufficient to deserve a sacking. In 2015, he was elected MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip.

Mayor Of London

Johnson entered into the London politician election in July 2007, difficult Labour incumbent Ken missionary. throughout the tightly contested election, he overcame perceptions that he was a gaffe-prone and insubstantial politician that specialize in issues with crime and transportation. On May 1, 2008, Johnson won a slender success, seen by several as a repudiation of the national Labour government LED by Gordon Brown.

Early the next month, Johnson consummated a campaign promise by stepping down as MP. In 2012 Johnson was reelected civil authority, besting missionary once more. His win was one of the few bright spots for the Conservative Party among the midterm native elections throughout that it lost quite 800 seats in England, Scotland, and Wales.


In 2020, Boris Johnson headed up the UK’s government response to Covid-19, ordering a lockdown in March. He tests positive for the virus in early April 2020. He was taken to St. Thomas’s Hospital and intensive care after his symptoms worsened. He received around-the-clock care from two nurses. After spending time in the hospital he was released when his symptoms improved. Boris Johnson praised “the brilliant care he has received.” and stated that it could have gone either way.

Boris johnson covid

Covid: Boris Johnson to focus on 'data, not dates' for lockdown easing


Marina Wheeler

Marina Claire Wheeler QC is a British lawyer, author, columnist, and ex-wife of British prime minister Boris Johnson. As a barrister, she specialists in public law, including human rights, and is a member of the Bar Disciplinary Tribunal. She was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2016

Marina Wheeler

Theodore Apollo Johnson
Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson
Milo Arthur Johnson
Boris Johnson/Sons

What is Boris Johnson's real name?

Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson

Who is Boris Johnson's ex-wife?

Marina Wheeler 1993 – 2020
Allegra Mostyn-Owen 1987 – 1993

Boris Johnson Net Worth
$4 Million

Britain's governing Conservative Party speech

Thank You, Charles, thank you very much Brandon for a fantastic well-organized campaign I think it did a lot of credit as Brandon has just said to our party to our values and to be our ideals but I want to begin by thanking my opponent Jeremy by common consent an absolutely formidable campaigner and a great leader and a great prodigy Jeremy in the course of 20 hussies I mean 20 hustings or hustings style events it was more than 3000 miles, by the way, it's about 7,000 miles that we did crisscrossing the country you've been friends you've been good-natured you've been a font of excellent ideas all of which I propose to steal and above all, I want to thank our outgoing leader Theresa May for her extraordinary service to this party and to this country it was a privilege.

It was a privilege to serve in her cabinet and to see the passion and determination that she brought to the many causes that are her legacy from equal pay for men and women to tackling the problems of mental health and racial discrimination in the criminal justice system Thank You Teresa thank you and I want to thank all of you here today and obviously on everybody in the Conservative Party for your hard work for your campaigning for your public spirit and obviously for the extraordinary honor and privilege that you've just conferred on me.

we are going to unite this amazing country and we are going to take it forward I thank you all very much for the incredible honor that you have just done me I will work flat out from now on with my team that I will build I hope in the next few days to repay your confidence but in the meantime, the campaign is over and the work begins to thank you all very much you

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