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Carrie Johnson's three children share these adorable similarities with their mum and dad Boris Johnson

The Johnson trio live in Oxfordshire with their parents

A split image of Carrie Johson and Boris Johnson and their children
27 March 2024
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Carrie Johnson couldn't be more besotted by her beautiful brood: three-year-old Wilfred, two-year-old Romy and baby Frankie. 

The adoring mother loves sharing special moments from their lives at home together and it's safe to say their countryside existence is nothing short of a fairytale.

The sibling trio and their parents, Carrie, and former Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, live in a stunning grade II-listed mansion in the heart of Brightwell-cum-Sotwell a quaint village in Oxfordshire. 

Wilfred and Romy Johnson standing in front of lake looking at ducks
The family-of-five have the most idyllic countrysde existence

If one thing is for certain it's that the Johnson children are growing up to have the most special bond and whilst Carrie has been documenting their early years for fans on social media, one can't help but notice how many adorable similarities they have between them.

Keep scrolling to see Wilfred, Romy and baby Frankie sweetest family similarities…

Baby Frank laying infront of a lion

Animal lovers

One thing that Carrie has revealed countless times about her little ones is that they love animals. 

In October last year, the family headed for an exciting family retreat to Port Lympne Safari Park where they slept next to the lions and Wilfred and Romy couldn't have looked happier. 

The pair took a bath right next to the glass separating them from the lions on the other side and beamed as one of them approached. Baby Frank was even spotted lying by the glass near the lions. 

Romy and Wildred Johnson stroking a donkey

But that is just the start, the trio have been seen enjoying countless outings to wildlife parks to feed the animals. In October, they even welcomed a family of chicks into their home. The children were in their element cuddling their temporary pets and took great care to ensure they weren't being too rough which was so adorable to see.

Carrie Johnson shares adorable new additions to family home
Carrie Johnson's personalised hairbrushes for her kids© Instagram

For Christmas, Carrie revealed she bought her trio sweet personalised animal-themed presents. The gifts were individual hairbrushes, handpainted with each child's name and their favourite animals.

Carrie shared a touching insight into why she chose each specific animal. Talking about the donkey on Romy's brush she explained: "We live near a donkey sanctuary and Romy adores petting them so she will love this."

Romy and Wildred Johnson stroking a donkey

Moving onto Wilfred's tortoise, she added: "Wilf's nursery have a pet tortoise that the children all help look after. I did consider getting a tortoise too but I'm not sure how Dilyn would respond to that so this will have to do!"

As for baby Frankie, Carrie explained that at only four months old at the time, he was a little young to have developed a penchant for a particular animal, so she chose a duck, representing the family of ducks they visit in their pond at home. 

Romy Johnson's Peppa Pig party© Instagram

Not to mention, Peppa Pig is Romy's all-time favorite character, she even had a Peppa Pig-themed birthday party last year!

A photo of newborn baby Frankie on holiday with mum Carrie and sister Romy © Instagram

Beach babies

Being the children of Carrie and Boris Johnson does come with its perks. Since he was born back in July last year, little Frankie has already been to multiple different countries, and it's safe to say that he and his siblings enjoy beach life.

Just weeks after welcoming Frankie, the family-of-five jetted off to Greece for a sunny family holiday. Frankie and Romy looked ultra-relaxed sitting in the sand with their mother unwinding near the waves.

Carrie Johnson with her two sons© Instagram

In February, the Johnsons headed to another sun-soaked destination but this time, Frankie and his elder brother Wilfred were pictured enjoying time in the sea whilst on board a private yacht.

Carrie Johnson's children, Wilfred and Romy, playing on the beach© Carrie Johnson/Instagram

Wilfred and Romy who are exceptionally close, have also been spotted running along the sand countless times, with one especially sweet moment showing the sibling pair dipping their toes in the water - just adorable!

Carrie Johnson's son and daughter cuddled together© Instagram

Wild hair

Whilst the trio all have very different coloured hair, one thing they do have in common is that it is wild!

Wilfred, has the vibrant ice-blonde locks of his father Boris, making him unmistakable when he features in Carrie's candid at-home updates. Meanwhile, Romy has beautiful curly locks in the same honey-blonde hue as her mother's.

A photo of Wilfred and Romy enjoying their cakes

Baby Frank's hair is a stunning auburn shade of red and, like his elder brother, makes him unmistakeable in family updates. Carrie likes to conceal her children's faces whenever she shares photos, often showing the trio by the backs of their heads.

A photo of Carrie Johnson in a denim jumpsuit

Matching outfits

As previously mentioned, Wilfred and Romy have an exceptionally close bond, but it doesn't stop at daily visits to their duck pond and playing in the garden, but also their clothes.  

Carrie Johnson's eldest children, Romy and Wilfred twinning in matching denim dungarees© @carrielbjohnson/Instagram

The pair are frequently seen in matching outfits, and their inspo? Their mum, who, like the double-act, has a penchant for an all-in-one. 

In January, the pair were spotted matching in animal-theme dungarees whilst in the dining room at home. Romy's dungarees were covered in little piglets embroidered in pink. Underneath, she donned a matching pink long-sleeved top covered in beautiful flowers. 

Meanwhile, Wilfred's dungarees were embellished with embroidered cows and he opted for a green long-sleeve top under his denim.


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