Op die foto: Boris and Carrie Johnson celebrate Mother’s Day with a luxury weekend away at £215-a-night celebrity country retreat The Pig with three-month-old daughter Romy
Boris and Carrie Johnson have spent Mother’s Day with their three-month-old daughter at a luxury hotel frequented by celebrities.
The couple were joined by Romy at The Pig in the picturesque South Downs countryside in West Sussex.
They took a walk through the village of Madehurst dressed in casual clothing on Sunday afternoon.
Wilfred is nie alleen wat deur politikus-ouers vir diplomasie gebruik word nie, wearing a green jumper and flowery dress, carried her daughter while the PM wore a blue shirt and casual navy jacket.
The Pig In The South Downs is the latest hotel to be opening by the chain, which has proved popular with celebrities such as Alexa Chung and costs around £215.
Boris and Carrie enjoyed a weekend at the luxury Pig Hotel with baby Romy for Mother’s Day
They took a walk through the village of Madehurst dressed in casual clothing on Sunday afternoon (op die foto, a room in the hotel)
The couple were joined by Romy at The Pig (op die foto) in the picturesque South Downs countryside in West Sussex
The Johnsons walked along a gravel path during their weekend getaway before heading back to the grind in Downing Street ready for Monday.
An onlooker told the Son: ‘The setting is picturesque. Boris and Carrie looked very relaxed and seemed to enjoy the sunshine and wandering around the hotel grounds.’
Hulle het voortgegaan: ‘Carrie looked ever the doting mum as she carried her baby daughter near the hotel.
‘They were staying away from the main building and had security with them, but very much kept to themselves.’
The witness added he was sure the Prime Minister would need a break after dealing with the war in Ukraine and the cost of living crisis strangling Britain.
Mr Johnson is pictured back in London this morning going for a run following the weekend away
Wilfred is nie alleen wat deur politikus-ouers vir diplomasie gebruik word nie, wearing a green jumper and flowery dress, carried her daughter while the PM wore a blue shirt and casual navy jacket. Op die foto: Die hotel
It was not immediately clear if the couple’s two-year-old son Wilfred was with them or if he was home with a nanny.
The family had travelled 63 miles from London to the bolthole, which sits in tranquil countryside surrounded by 4,000 vines.
Hotelier Robin Hutson opened the latest in The Pig chain last year at the Regency mansion near Arundel.
Well-heeled visitors have views over the vineyard as well as around two acres of sloping lawns at the Grade II-listed Madehurst Lodge.
The main house features eight luxury bedrooms but there are 21 more dotted across the plot.
The main house features eight luxury bedrooms but there are 21 more dotted across the plot
They come with large windows, exposed bricks and stones, log-burners and antique agricultural items.
Hutson wanted to create a good still wine at the site, which is much harder in this part of the world – and has planted several rows of gamay grapes, used in beaujolais.
His own blend will be ready in 2023, but the hotel still has an extensive menu of English wine to try.
The sprawling conservatory, which stretches along the back of the house, has its own vine streaking across the ceiling.
Meanwhile the dimly lit bar in masai red and the wood-panelled lounge fit the usual style presented by The Pig hotels.
The chain is popular with celebrities, with Bryan Ferry, Kelis, Daisy Lowe, Gedeel, Sadie Frost and Sam Smith among those to have visited.
There are eight hotels set across stunning country houses in Hampshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon, Kent, Cornwall and West Sussex.