She has not yet been tested. Miss Symonds said she had spent the past week in bed with symptoms of COVID-19. But she added that after seven days of rest, she feels “stronger” and is “on the mend”. The Prime Minister’s pregnant fiance wrote on Twitter: “I’ve spent the past week in bed with the main symptoms of Coronavirus.
“I haven’t needed to be tested and, after seven days of rest, I feel stronger and I’m on the mend.”
She also tweeted a link to advice published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
This provides information for pregnant woman on coronavirus.
Miss Symonds accompanied this with the tweet: “Being pregnant with Covid-19 is obviously worrying.
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Carrie Symonds said she had spent a week in bed with coronavirus symptoms but was now feeling better
“To other pregnant women, please do read and follow the most up to date guidance which I found to be v reassuring.”
Hundreds of people have taken to Twitter to wish Miss Symonds their best wishes.
One person wrote: “Glad to hear you’re up & running again, particularly for your little one.
“Hopefully Boris will be up & at it himself, we need his leadership of the greatest government team in my lifetime.
“Best to all three of you.”
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A second Twitter user said: “All good wishes to you Carrie.
“Glad you are feeling better
Another person tweeted: “Get well soon, Carrie. I have been concerned for you and your little one.
“Hope both of you are doing well; you need to be at Boris’ side again soon.
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Carrie Symonds made her admission on Twitter just a week after Boris Johnson entered self-isolation
Carrie Symonds and Boris Johnson are expecting their first child together
The Prime Minister is currently recovering after testing positive for COVID-19 last week and had been due to leave self-isolation on Friday.
But in a tweeted video message, Mr Johnson said he is remaining in self-isolation with mild symptoms including a raised temperature.
Mr Johnson and Miss Symonds announced in February they were engaged and were expecting their first child together.
The Prime Minister became the first leader of a major global superpower to announce he had tested positive for coronavirus.
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He entered self-isolation at a flat in Downing Street, though the couple normally live together.
On Friday, Mr Johnson posted a video on his Twitter page from the flat in Downing Street to provide an update on his recovery.
He said: “Although I’m feeling better, and I’ve done my seven days of isolation, alas I still have one of the symptoms, a minor symptom – I still have a temperature.
“So in accordance with Government advice, I must continue that self-isolation until that symptom itself goes.”