Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie have revealed the name of their newborn baby daughter.
While visiting a vaccination centre on Thursday morning, the Prime Minister said that his second child with Mrs Johnson has been named Romy Iris Charlotte Johnson.
The pair announced the birth of their newborn at a London hospital last Thursday.
Posting on Instagram, Mrs Johnson explained the meanings behind their daughter’s name.
She said Romy was after her aunt Rosemary, while Iris was picked because it comes from the Greek for rainbow.
Charlotte is in honour of the Prime Minister’s late mother, Charlotte Johnson Wahl, who died aged 79 in September.
Romy is the pair’s second child, after their son Wilfred was born in April last year.
In an Instagram post, accompanied by a photograph of her two children next to a Christmas tree, Mrs Johnson said: “Wilf has been stroking Romy’s hair, giving big kisses and playing with his matchbox cars right next to her crib, just in case she feels like joining in too.”
She added: “Thank you so much to the amazing maternity staff at [the hospital] for looking after us so well. We are so, so grateful.”