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Carrie Johnson wears long floral dress at beach BBQ in Cornwall with son Wilfred

Carrie and Boris Johnson have attended this evening a beach barbeque with other G7 leaders in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. For the occasion, Carrie opted for her favourite style and wore a long floral dress.  

Carrie is a big fan of long dresses, and she has been seen wearing them during the G7 weekend. 

The summer gown featured long sleeves and a shirt collar. 

Carrie combined the outfit with golden flat moccasin-type shoes. 

The dress is perfect for summer occasions, from day events to casual evenings.  


This evening, she went for her usual hairstyle.  

Carrie had her hair in a loose wave and went for minimal makeup. 

The mother-of-one completed the look with discreet golden earrings.  

Carrie looked cheerful while playing with son Wilfred during the barbecue. 

Yesterday she wore a very similar dress when attending the royal reception at Eden Project. 

Brigitte Macron looked sophisticated wearing a long black dress with a floral pattern. 

She had her hair tied in an elegant bun and combined the outfit with stilettos and a dark clutch. 

Jill Biden wore a white and blue dress with butterfly print and a blue scarf around her shoulders.  

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Carrie wins over Jill Biden thanks to Wilfred cameo – new special relationship

Carrie and Boris Johnson’s son Wilfred also made an appearance as he was pictured playing on the beach with Mrs Johnson and Dr Biden. The two women were pictured dipping their feet in the sea.

Mrs Johnson wore a red mid-length dress, which appeared to be a £325 gown by London-based designer L.K.Bennett, for the walk.

Dr Biden wore a black and white polka-dot dress with a black blazer.

The First Lady’s blazer, which carried the word “love” on the back in studs, appeared to be by French brand Zadig and Voltaire.

After having tea with Mrs Johnson this afternoon, Dr Biden told reporters: “It’s really nice to be here in Cornwall. It’s my first time.

“Obviously it’s beautiful for those of you who have been here before.”

She said that she and her husband were looking forward to meeting the Queen as part of their visit.

Dr Biden added that the couple hoped to focus on education in their discussions with the royals.

She said: “We’ve looked forward to this for weeks and now it’s finally here. It’s a beautiful beginning.”

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“I’m not going to disagree with you there or indeed on anything else, I think highly likely.”

The two leaders and their wives admired the view near the luxury hotel, with Mr Biden saying: “It’s gorgeous.

“I don’t want to go home.”

It came ahead of a potentially tricky meeting between the two leaders.

Mr Biden expected to use the meeting to warn Mr Johnson not to let the row over Northern Ireland’s Brexit arrangements put the Good Friday Agreement at risk.

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Carrie Symonds stuns in £2,870 Christos Costarellos wedding dress and floral headpiece

Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds’ wedding took place in a “small ceremony” on Saturday afternoon, a Downing Street spokesperson has confirmed this morning. The pair got married in Catholic Westminster Cathedral in front of a handful of close family and friends.
Despite being in traditional white, Carrie’s dress was an unconventional choice.

Costing £2,870, it was made by Greek luxury designer Christos Costarellos.

The gown was embroidered with neatly stitched white leaves, and its sleeves were tight at the top but puffed out slightly at the bottom.

Carrie went barefoot for the ceremony and the dress reached her red toe-nailed feet.

The gown’s flowing shape and material added to the weddig’s summer, beachy, and bohemian vibe. 


In addition to the embroidered leaves, and keeping in line with the theme of nature, Carrie paired the dress with a floral headpiece.

The headpiece matched the dress due to its white flowers, some of which were daisies and roses.

The roses gave a subtle nod to Carrie and Mr Johnson’s nationalities and perhaps even patriotism, as they represent England.

The rose is England’s national flower.

Tied to Mr Johnson’s lapel was a white rose, matching Carrie’s headpiece.

The Prime Minster usually wears blue ties, therefore he made no exception for his wedding to show his allegiance to the Conservative Party.

A Downing Street spokesperson said this morning that the newlyweds would celebrate their union again with family and friends next summer.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, their ceremony was small yesterday.

Mr Johnson is the first British prime minister to get married while in office in nearly 200 years.

The happy couple have one child together, Wilfred, who was born in April 2020.

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Carrie Fisher family: Who is Carrie Fisher's mother? Inside her showbiz relatives

Carrie Fisher’s death shocked the world, as it came during her tenure as Princess Leia in the third trilogy in the Star Wars franchise. With it came the death of her mother, another Hollywood icon, and eyes were fixed on the Fisher clan. Express.co.uk breaks down the famous legacy started in Carrie’s home life.
Carrie Fisher was born to Hollywood starlet Debbie Reynolds and singer Eddie Fisher on October 21, 1956.

Her mother, Debbie, famously starred in the 1952 movie Singin’ in the Rain, helmed by iconic star Gene Kelly.

She was nominated for five Golden Globes during her long career, received an Oscar nomination in 1965 for her role in The Unsinkable Molly Brown, and the Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement award before her death.

Eddie, Carrie’s father, was an actor and musician and sold millions of records during his heyday in the 1950s.

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He had four Number One singles in the USA and two in the UK, one of which was arguably his most famous song, I’m Walking Behind You.

Eddie has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame: one for his recording work and one for his work in TV.

Debbie married Eddie in 1955, but the end of their relationship was a fixture of gossip columns at the time.

Before the death of her husband, Mike Todd, Elizabeth and Eddie had been having an affair, which was a huge public scandal.

Elizabeth was a friend to Debbie, and Eddie’s TV series, The Eddie Fisher Show, was cancelled off the back of this revelation.

They divorced in 1959 after Debbie had given birth to Carrie in 1956 and Todd in 1958.

Todd is a director and producer in his own right, having made documentaries about his sister and mother as well as managing his mother’s legacy.

Debbie went on to have two other husbands, while Eddie married some very famous women after his divorce from Debbie, including a stint married to his mistress, Elizabeth Taylor.


In 1967, after he and Elizabeth divorced, he married actress, Connie Stevens.

Connie starred opposite Jerry Lewis on Rock-A-Bye Baby in 1958, after which she went under contract with Warner Bros.

She had guest appearances in various TV series as a contract player, including on the detective show Hawaiian Eye.

Connie and Eddie had two children, Carrie’s half-siblings, who have also continued in the family business.

Joely Fisher, born in 1967, starred in Ellen DeGeneres series Ellen, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe.

Tricia Leigh Fisher was born in 1968, and like her father has performed in both music and TV.

She has released two albums, both in 1990, and appeared in several TV series, including opposite her sister Joely in 2006 series ‘Til Death.

While Carrie was surrounded by fame in her life, she went on to continue in that world in her own love life.

She was married to Paul Simon, the famous singer, for just shy of one year after dating from 1977 until their divorce in 1984.

Before this, Carrie had relationships with Harrison Ford and Dan Aykroyd.

She had her daughter, Billie Lourd, with talent agent Bryan Lourd, and her daughter has followed in the family footsteps.

Billie appeared alongside her mother in the most recent Star Wars trilogy, as well as appearing in TV series Scream Queens and American Horror Story.

Carrie died on December 27, 2016, after being in intensive care for four days.

Her mother, Debbie, had a stroke the following day and died on December 28, 2016.

She was reported as saying while on her deathbed: “I want to be with Carrie.”