Carrie Symonds Bio, Age, Height, Husband (Boris Johnson) Children and Net Worth

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Carrie Symonds

Carrie Symonds Biography

This is what you need to know about Carrie Symonds. She is the fiancée of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson. Symonds is the first unmarried partner of a prime minister to reside in 10 Downing Street. 

Carrie Symonds Age

Carrie Symonds was born on 17 March 1988 in London, United Kingdom. She is 31 years old as of 2019.

Carrie Symonds Height

Symonds stands at a height of ‎5 feet. 6 inches (167cm).

Carrie Symonds Parents

Symonds is a daughter to Matthew Symonds, co-founder of The Independent, and Josephine Mcaffee, a lawyer working for the paper. Symonds’s paternal grandfather was John Beavan, Baron Ardwick, a Labour Party MEP in the 1970s and a newspaper editor, and her paternal grandmother was Anne Symonds, a BBC World Service journalist.

Carrie Symonds Education

Symonds went to Godolphin and Latymer School, an independent day school for girls. She went on to join the University of Warwick, where she studied art history and theatre studies and completed her degree in 2009.

Carrie Symonds Husband

Symonds first became prominent when her relationship with Johnson became public. At the time, Boris was married to his second wife, Marina Wheeler. Symonds and Johnson announced on 29 February 2020 that they are engaged and expecting a baby in mid-2020.

Carrie Symonds Net Worth

Symonds has an approximated net worth of $100K – $1 million U.S dollars.

Carrie Symonds Career

In 2007 when Symonds was 19 years old, she was driven home from a King’s Road nightclub by taxi-driver John Worboys, who in 2009 was convicted of multiple sexual assaults on his passengers.

Symonds later recalled Worboys offering her champagne and vodka, which she believed was spiked and, after returning home, “vomiting and laughing hysterically before passing out until 3pm the next day”.

Symonds was one of fourteen women who testified against Worboys at his trial. She subsequently told The Telegraph that he was “a sad, wicked man who is a danger to society. I feel so angry that he pleaded not guilty and made us go through the pain of giving evidence in court”.