Prime Minister Boris Johnson and wife Carrie are expecting another child together, after welcoming son Wilfred in 2020 and suffering a tragic miscarriage earlier this year which left them "heartbroken". Boris has the unique set-up of living next door to his place of work, residing in a flat at No 11 Downing Street.
The four-bedroom property was also home to former Prime Ministers David Cameron and Tony Blair, who both opted for the larger apartment to accommodate their families.
After moving in back in July 2019, Carrie has supposedly turned to eco interior designer and co-founder of Soane, Lulu Lytle, to put her own stamp on the home. Although it is not known exactly what interiors Carrie and Boris have chosen, we've taken a look at all the glimpses we've been given inside Downing Street.
WATCH: Boris Johnson announces birth of baby boy
Now, Boris and Carrie also share their home at No 11 with their newborn son, Wilfred.
Boris Johnson's office
A post revealing his office showed high ceilings with cream walls and coordinating curtains. The furniture is all made of a dark wood, including a large desk for Boris, and a cupboard behind him. The room also has a huge curved mirror with an antique gold frame, and there is a Union Jack flag leaning on one wall.
The Cabinet room
The Cabinet room, where the Cabinet meets weekly, features a long green table, with green velvet curtains, cream walls and a fireplace where there is also a small clock and a painting on the wall. The ceiling is white, and there is a large gold chandelier.
Another view of the Cabinet room revealed two bookcases on either side of the doors, which are soundproof to protect any confidential information discussed during Cabinet meetings.
Boris Johnson's hallway
Before the coronavirus pandemic, Boris would guide visitors through the hallways of Downing Street, featuring wooden floors and a patterned cream rug. There are also two mirrors on the walls, as well as several portraits of past prime ministers.
The Pillard room
The Pillard room is the largest drawing room in the house and is used for large receptions. There is a Persian rug covering the wooden floors and portraits of the royal family hanging on the walls.
The White Drawing room
The White Drawing room was originally a private space for prime ministers until the 1940s, and is now used for meetings. It features cream walls, a large fireplace and artwork on the walls by an English Romanticist painter J. M. W. Turner.