BORIS Johnson and his wife Carrie Symonds have announced their baby joy as they prepare to welcome their second child this Christmas.
The expectant mum, 33, will welcome a brother or sister into the world this December for little Wilfred – who turned one at the end of April.
The PM's wife said that the pair are "hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas” following a heartbreaking miscarriage.
While it is unclear exactly when the baby was conceived, it is believed that Carrie has been pregnant since the end of March.
The news is likely to have shocked many, particularly because Carrie has shown no obvious signs she's expecting.
Here, we reveal how the expectant mum has kept her pregnancy under wraps with her very clever wardrobe choices…
Carrie’s last major public engagement took place at the G7 summit in Falmouth just a month ago.
All eyes were on the 33-year-old as she joined Boris at the high profile event, and she made some smart outfit choices so as not to let her baby news slip.
The £265 Alice Early mustard midi dress that Carrie rented for the occasion was made of billowing cotton, complete with a tie waist feature.
Read our Boris Johnson and Carrie live blog for the latest baby updates
Carrie cleverly adjusted the tie-waist so that it sat looser on her stomach, drawing attention away from the area.
Meanwhile, the fuschia Roksanda frock she wore to Carbis Bay featured a plunge neckline, keeping the focus on Carrie’s top half, while the pleats on the skirt helped to disguise her shape.
An A-line hem also skimmed over Carrie’s hips and stomach, keeping them from being defined.
And the PM’s wife even braved a suit while in Cornwall, in the form of an Amanda Wakeley indigo two piece.
But she left the jacket open and opted for a loose-tuck on her shirt, leaving her with a baggy fabric at her waist, hiding any signs of a bump.
Her most recent public appearance came when Carrie and Boris attended the England team’s semi-final and final matches at Wembley in the Euros last month.
On both occasions Carrie opted for a boxy, oversize blazer with the flaps sitting away from her stomach, giving the illusion of a smaller frame underneath.
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