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Boris Johnson baby name odds: what will Carrie and the PM call their son? – The Telegraph, Telegraph.co.uk

Boris Johnson baby name odds: what will Carrie and the PM call their son? – The Telegraph, Telegraph.co.uk

Some good news to celebrate as the Prime Minister and his partner Carrie Symonds welcome a son into the world

A third of punters are betting that Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds will name their baby after the PM’s political idol Winston Churchill.

Latest odds following the announcement today show that 33 per cent of all bets placed so far favor Winston at / 1.

Bookmaker Ladbrokes has placed Wilfred as favorite though at 4/1 with George and Thomas next in the betting at 8/1. Wilfred is the name of Mr Johnson’s grandfather.

A spokesman from Ladbrokes said: “Punters have swarmed into shops up and down the country since Boris’s announcement and everyone seems to think the PM will opt for the name Winston for his next born.”

There’s also a possibility that the baby could be named after his grandfather Stanley ( – 1 (or Luis) – 1) after the Portuguese nurse who helped save the Prime Minister’s life just days ago when he was admitted to intensive care with coronavirus.

Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds Credit : PA

Nigel, Rishi and Sajid all make the list at 738 / 1 with ‘Magic’ a long shot at 738 / 1.

Baby Johnson is the first infant to be born to a prime minister since David and Samantha Cameron had Florence in . Mr Johnson’s two other sons are called Theodore and Milo.

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All Ladbroke’s odds and markets correct as of date of publication

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