Boris Johnson FINALLY admits he is the father of SIX as Prime Minister opens up about life as a father in Downing Street

Boris Johnson finally confirmed that he is the father of six today as he offered a little insight into life on Downing Street.

The prime minister is notoriously reluctant to discuss his often colorful private life, but failed his watch on American television today.

In an interview with NBC, he admitted for the first time that he has a sixteenth offspring.

PM has one son, Wilfred, with third wife Carrie Johnson and four with his second wife Marina Wheeler. He also has a daughter from an affair in 2009.

But it is believed that he has never before agreed to put a number on the size of his personal fry.

In connection with the show Today morning, he was asked if he was the father of six and answered ‘yes’.

Asked what it was like to be the father of a small child while in power, he added: ‘It’s amazing. It’s a lot of work, I want to tell you so much.

‘But I love it, I absolutely love it. I change a lot of diapers. ‘

The prime minister is notoriously reluctant to discuss his often colorful private life, but failed his watch on American television today.

The prime minister is notoriously reluctant to discuss his often colorful private life, but failed his watch on American television today.

PM has one son, Wilfred, with third wife Carrie Johnson (above) and four with his second wife Marina Wheeler.  He also has a daughter from an affair in 2009.

PM has one son, Wilfred, with third wife Carrie Johnson (above) and four with his second wife Marina Wheeler. He also has a daughter from an affair in 2009.

Johnson with (left to right) his daughter Lara, then wife Marina, son Milo and father Stanley in 2006.

Johnson with (left to right) his daughter Lara, then wife Marina, son Milo and father Stanley in 2006.

Johnson has been married three times, each ending in divorce, after having an affair with his future wife.

PM-who once dismissed reports of his cheating as ‘an inverted pyramid of piffle’ – married Oxford University girlfriend Allegra Mostyn-Owen in 1987, but they divorced in 1993 after he cheated on her with Wheeler.

In 2004, his four-year affair with journalist and social writer Petronella Wyatt, daughter of Labor great Lord Wyatt, went public.

She later told how she had an abortion and had an abortion.

Johnson was fired from his role as shadow arts minister by then-Tory leader Michael Howard for lying about the affair.

The following year he had a child with art consultant Helen Macintyre, but was reconciled with his then wife.

They finally announced plans to divorce in 2019 years after his relationship with Carrie emerged.

Boris Johnson defends US decision to leave Afghanistan after 20 years ahead of his first White House meeting with Joe Biden TODAY – but admits the chaotic pull that left the nation in the hands of the Taliban could ‘perhaps’ have been handled better

Boris Johnson defended the US decision to leave Afghanistan to the Taliban today as he prepares to meet with Joe Biden for White House talks.

The prime minister said Washington was justified in believing ‘enough is enough’ after spending 20 years supporting the country in the face of an Islamist uprising.

In an interview with the American network NBC, he admitted the chaotic withdrawal last month, which allowed a quick extremist takeover ‘maybe’ could have been handled better.

But he suggested that it was time for the Afghan people to run their own country instead of relying on the West.

President Biden’s administration has faced widespread criticism for its rapid withdrawal from Afghanistan, which left the country in the hands of one of a brutal theocratic regime.

But in New York after visiting the UN, he told the TV station: ‘America has been there for 20 years and it is a respectable argument to say that enough is enough.

‘You can not infinitely subcontract the government of your country to other people. There must be some kind of system by which they get back on their feet. ‘

Asked if he agreed with the withdrawal, he added: ‘Could we have done it a little differently? Maybe we could. ‘

Eight months into his presidency, Biden has been out of sync with allies over the chaotic end to the US war in Afghanistan

Eight months into his presidency, Biden has been out of sync with allies over the chaotic end to the US war in Afghanistan

President Biden planned to use his first speech before the UN General Assembly to reassure other nations in US leadership on the global stage and urge allies to address quickly and collaboratively the terrible issues of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change and human rights abuses.

Biden, who arrived in New York last night to meet with Secretary-General Antonio Guterres ahead of today’s speech, offered a complete endorsement of the body’s relevance and ambitions at a difficult time in history.

The president, in brief remarks at the beginning of his meeting with Guterres, returned to his mantra that ‘America is back’ – a phrase that has become the president’s shorthand to encapsulate his promise to take a dramatic second step with allies than its predecessor Donald Trump.

But the president faced a healthy degree of skepticism from allies during his week of high-level diplomacy.

The first months of his presidency have included a series of difficult moments with friendly nations that expected greater cooperation from Biden after four years of Trump’s America’s first ‘approach to foreign policy.

Eight months into his presidency, Biden has been out of sync with allies over the chaotic end to the US war in Afghanistan.

He has faced differences in how to share coronavirus vaccines with developing countries and over pandemic travel restrictions. And there are questions about the best way to respond to military and economic movements in China.

Biden is also in the middle of a new diplomatic spit with France, the United States’ oldest ally, after he – along with Britain – announced plans to equip Australia with nuclear-powered submarines.

This move is expected to give Australia improved opportunities to patrol the Pacific amid growing concern over the Chinese military’s increasingly aggressive tactics, but it lifted a French defense contract worth at least $ 66 billion to sell diesel-powered submarines to Australia.

President Biden's administration has faced widespread criticism for its rapid withdrawal from Afghanistan, which left the country in the hands of one of a brutal theocratic regime (Kandahar pictured today)

President Biden’s administration has faced widespread criticism for its rapid withdrawal from Afghanistan, which left the country in the hands of one of a brutal theocratic regime (Kandahar pictured today)

Johnson has met Qatar -Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in New York

Johnson has met Qatar -Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in New York

Boris Johnson has met Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in New York.

The Prime Minister said ‘thank you for all your help with everything about Afghanistan’, referring to evacuation flights leaving Kabul airport and landing in Qatar.

Johnson said he was looking forward to welcoming the Emir of Glasgow to Cop26 and comparing securing funding to a $ 100 billion (£ 730 million) a year fund to tackle climate change for a rugby match.

‘We must now start moving like in rugby, start tying everyone together for the final scrum,’ the PM said.

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