Carrie Symonds made “derogatory remarks about senior Royals”, says US magazine
CARRIE Johnson made “derogatory” remarks about senior royals, according to a US magazine.
Friends of the prime minister’s wife were “shocked” by the claims, leaving them wondering what her “program” is, it has been learned.
The alleged opinions will be revealed in an upcoming profile of Carrie in an American magazine, according to The daily mail.
Lara Prendergast, who writes the article, is said to be linked to May Wakefield, the wife of Boris Johnson’s former right-hand man Dominic Cummings.
The Vote Leave veteran has resigned after a brutal power struggle in Downing Street and is arguing over Brexit, the lockdown, the leaks and the attacks on Carrie.
Speaking to friends of mother-of-one Carrie, Prendergast said they told her: “We were shocked at some of the claims.
“We wonder what his program is.”
Those around her have also insisted on the fact that she adores the Queen, whom she first met in person in 2019, and greatly admires the Firm.
The monarch was reportedly “uncomfortable” with the Prime Minister and Carrie spending the night at Balmoral because they weren’t married at the time.
The couple had been together for about a year, but Boris was still married to his second wife, Marina Wheeler.
Prendergast’s profile on Carrie will also contain claims that she may have broken Covid’s strict Christmas lockdown restrictions when she had a close friend to stay.
At the time, Brits living in Level 4 – which included London where the Johnsons reside – were not allowed to mix with other households inside.
A spokesperson for Carrie told Sun Online: “These claims are categorically false.”