Carrie Symonds spent a five-star vacation with her baby Wilfred in the exclusive Italian resort of Lake Como, as MailOnline can reveal.
The week that Boris Johnson told the British that Britain had been in misery for another six months, his fiancée and three friends stayed at the Grand Hotel Tremezzo in northern Italy for £ 600 a night.
During her luxury vacation, the new mom was seen casually in a blue plaid midi dress and black Superga trainers walking the waterfront with a friend while carrying four-month-old Wilfred in a baby sling.
Her blonde hair was pulled back in a bun on top of her head, revealing brunette roots.
Carrie, 32, spent a few days at the luxury lakeside hotel popular with the super-rich, where a two-day stay in a suite can cost more than £ 6,400.
Carrie Symonds, 32, was seen walking down a waterfront with a friend while carrying son Wilfred in a baby sling
Boris Johnson's fiancée looked happy and relaxed on her Italian getaway. Four-month-old Wilfred had a red baby
Carrie seemed to be sharing a joke with her friend when she checked her cellphone while the friend corrected Wilfred & # 39; s hair
Carrie and her friends took advantage of the £ 300 an hour start of the hotel to tour the various castles, mansions and waterfront villages that have made this alpine location one of the most prestigious vacation destinations in the world
Carrie, 32, spent a few days at the luxurious Grand Hotel Tremezzo (above), popular with the super-rich, where a two-day stay in a suite can cost more than £ 6,400
A UK vacationer told MailOnline: “Carrie seemed very relaxed. She smiled and laughed with her friends. It was like she didn't care about the world. & # 39;
Carrie's relaxing pause comes as the government issues grim assessments of the nation's employment prospects and the state of the economy.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will present a series of measures to deal with the economic crisis today. An estimated five million people are still dependent on the vacation program.
With all that said, Mr. Johnson's fiancée didn't seem to worry as she enjoyed her vacation at what is considered one of the best hotels in Europe and popular with wealthy Americans.
Carrie and two of her female companions were spotted by a British vacationer on Monday on her Italian holiday. They took a picture of the group and enjoyed an evening stroll with Wilfred
Carrie was spotted wearing a blue plaid dress and black canvas shoes with her blonde hair tied in a bun while out walking her four-month-old son yesterday. After their walk, the friends enjoyed a late dinner in an exclusive hotel
Carry, seen on her afternoon stroll, is staying at one of the best hotels in Northern Italy, popular with wealthy Americans
When the prime minister spoke to the nation Tuesday night to put tough new restrictions on pubs and restaurants closing at 10 p.m., his fiancée was enjoying a late dinner with her three friends.
She stayed up well after 10 p.m. eating in the hotel restaurant, where Mediterranean-style sea bass with tomatoes, capers and taggia olives was £ 28.
Carrie and her friends were seated at an outdoor table on the patio. The tables were spaced apart according to reasonable social distancing. The waiters and all hotel employees wore masks. Guests must also wear masks in public areas of the hotel and can only remove them when eating or drinking.
Before dinner, the prime minister's partner strolled down the promenade to take off her mask outside and enjoyed the view with Wilfred in a red and white baby.
Boris & # 39; son with his signature shock of blonde hair like his father took a vivid interest in the landscape before dozing off in his noose.
The viewer said, “It's such a beautiful hotel, I'm not surprised that she had a good time.
“It was a surprise to see her on vacation, especially since we are in a pandemic.
“You also notice it when you are on vacation.
“The waiters and other employees wear face masks all the time. They are very strict across the country. & # 39;
Carrie smiled and chatted with her friend while the group and baby Wilfred also drove a boat road during their stay on Lake Como
The new mother wore a red gingham dress, dark blue wool jacket and black canvas shoes, while baby Wilfred wore red pants, a red striped top, white socks and a bright orange sun hat for her two-hour boat trip
Carrie and her friends took photos while enjoying the sights of Lake Como before a hotel dinner yesterday afternoon
The next day, Carrie and her friends took a two-hour speedboat tour of the lake.
The group took advantage of the £ 300 an hour launch at the hotel to tour the various castles, mansions and waterfront villages that have made this alpine location one of the most prestigious vacation destinations in the world.
The young mother and baby wore a red gingham dress, a dark blue wool jacket and black canvas shoes, and were pulled in and out of the immaculate ship made of polished wood by the captain of the boat.
Baby Wilfred wore red pants, a red top, white socks and a bright orange sun hat.
The captain later took photos of the Miss Symonds and her friend as they posed by the water in front of the hotel.
Although Italy was the epicenter of the first wave of coronavirus infections in Europe and most of the northern parts have been closed, there are currently no travel restrictions from the country to the UK.
The last time Boris and Carrie were seen together was on September 12th at Wilfred & # 39; s christening in the Lady Chapel of Westminster Cathedral.
On Sunday Boris attended the Battle of Britain service at Westminster Abbey without Carrie.
Over the weekend there were reports in an Italian newspaper that the Prime Minister had recently made a secret excursion to Perugia in the heart of the country, but those reports were withdrawn after it was alleged that airport staff had mistaken him for Tony Blair.
If Carrie returns to the UK, new restrictions will be placed on her to fight the virus after a surge in infections while Boris struggles to prevent a second wave.
The prime minister said yesterday he was acting "on the principle that a sting in time saves nine" as he set steps to reduce transmission of the virus.
Boris (pictured with face mask) attended the military flight and memorial service at Westminster Abbey on Sunday to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain without Carrie
As Carrie enjoyed a late dinner well after 10 p.m., the UK adjusted to the new restrictions Boris Johnson announced earlier this week that could take six months to prevent a second wave of coronavirus infections, including a curfew at 10 p.m. Clock in pubs
Boris (pictured on Downing Street with Carrie and Wilfred in July) warned last night that the country had reached a "dangerous turning point" as the number of positive cases identified had quadrupled in one month
He warned that the country had reached a "dangerous turning point" and that the number of positive cases identified had quadrupled in one month.
Boris explained why the country must work together to prevent a complete lockdown and the associated loneliness, isolation and lack of human contact, and announced a curfew for pubs and restaurants at 10pm, fewer exceptions to the "rule of six", stricter face cover requirements and harsher fines for breaking the rules.
The rules will apply through spring unless there is "noticeable" progress in vaccine development or mass testing, he said.
"But if people don't follow the rules we set, we must reserve the right to go further," he added.
Fellow vacationers taking photos by the lake were completely clueless when the British Prime Minister's fiancée passed by
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