On June 19, 1964, Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson was born in New York City. He currently serves as both the Conservative Party’s and the United Kingdom’s prime minister.
He held the positions of the mayor of London and secretary of state for foreign and Commonwealth affairs (2008 to 2016).
Beginning in 1989, Boris was a political columnist and correspondent for The Daily Telegraph’s coverage of Brussels. He served as The Spectator’s editor from 1999 to 2005.
Stephanie Macintyre is getting a lot of media attention as a result of the upcoming vote on her biological father’s confidence tonight. If Boris Johnson loses the confidence vote, his political party will hold an election to choose a new leader.
If he wins, he will be immune from another no-confidence vote for a year. Nearly a decade ago Boris Johnson had an affair with property developer Helen Macintyre that resulted in him becoming a father again. However, his marriage to Marina also came to an end as a result.
Helen attempted to keep their child, Stephanie Macintyre, secret and even went to court to prevent a newspaper from publishing a story about her. After it was revealed that she was the mother of Boris Johnson’s lovechild, she became a newsworthy figure.
Interestingly, Macintyre lost a three-year legal battle to prevent Boris from being named as the father of her daughter Stephanie at the time. Stephanie, now 13 years old, has grown beautifully, just like her mother.