Jack Russell Dilyn was adopted by Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds in September 2019 (Image: Reuters/Downing Road)
Boris Johnson’s canine Dilyn is the star of the Prime Minister’s 2020 Christmas card.
The cute Jack Russell is seen draped in tinsel exterior No. 10 on the entrance of a newly launched festive greeting from the Tory chief and his fiancée Carrie Symonds.
It’s a break from custom, with earlier UK leaders selecting to function their companions and kids on their Christmas playing cards.
Inside the cardboard, the couple – who share seven-month-old son Wilfred – want recipients a ‘Merry Christmas and a Comfortable New Yr’.
Rescue canine Dilyn moved into Downing Road in September final yr after he was deserted by pet farmers.
The prime minister has beforehand dubbed him a ‘most glorious animal’, whereas Ms Symonds has stated ‘there has never been a happier, healthier and more loved dog than our Dilyn’.
The Jack Russell’s starring look comes after experiences claimed he suffered from coronavirus this year.
The canine is seen sporting a tinsel collar on the prime minister’s Christmas card (Image: Downing Road)
The cardboard is signed by each the Tory chief and his accomplice Carrie Symonds
Boris Johnson with Carrie Symonds and canine Dilyn on the depend for the Uxbridge & Ruislip South constituency within the 2019 Normal Election (Image: PA)
Dilyn is assumed to have caught Covid-19 on the time Mr Johnson was taken into intensive care with the virus in April.
A supply informed The Solar: ‘It’s well-known the virus did the rounds via Downing Road, nevertheless it seems to have affected little Dilyn too.
‘He wasn’t examined so we are able to’t be certain, however across the identical time as Carrie got here down with it he was very torpid, drained and didn’t hop about as a lot.
‘Wanting again, it’s fairly seemingly he had it. ‘Luckily, just like the PM, he’s made a full restoration and is match as a fiddle.’
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