Source Title: British Prime Minister’s fiancee starts work nine months after birth as public relations director of Animal Protection Agency
Carly Simmons, the fiancee of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, has been working nine months after giving birth to her baby as the head of public relations for an animal protection agency.
According to the daily mail of January 30, Simmons initially worked at his home at 10 Downing Street. Her mother has moved into 10 Downing Street, presumably to help with Wilfred, Simonds and Johnson’s son, who was born last April.
Simon’s aspinore foundation, headquartered in Kent, is dedicated to protecting endangered and wild animals. Damian & middot; aspinor, the head of the foundation, said: “Simmonds is a passionate wildlife conservationist, and her energy and expertise will be a great asset to us. ”
Simmons, 32, was engaged to Johnson at the end of 2019 and was the first unmarried partner in modern history to live openly with a British leader.
Simmons worked for the world marine protection organization for two years before production, and also served as the head of public relations for the conservative party.