Boris Johnson continues his carefree holidays in Greece, while the opposition in Britain is accusing him of having, in essence, left his country headless in the last weeks of his administration.
A Sun publication presents photos of the British Prime Minister with his family in a secluded cove in Evia. See the photos of the British newspaper
The report said locals - who were amazed at how Johnson's party found the deserted spot near a village - said the prime minister looked relaxed as he read a book while his two-year-old son Wilf swam. With them, of course, and the 34-year-old partner of the British Prime Minister,
A local said: “I’ve no idea how Boris found that beach - even locals who have lived here for years don’t know it and his group were the only people there.”
“It’s a lovely spot but there was no shade in the 34C heat so he couldn’t have stayed there for too long with his kids.
“They left as the sun went down in two people carriers parked on the dirt track leading to the beach."
The PM had earlier been snapped arriving at Athens Airport at the weekend carrying Wilfred's kiddie backpack.
He has been blasted by Labour - whose own leader Keir Starmer sunned himself in Spain last week - for taking breaks as Britain’s cost-of-living crisis deepens.
Mr Johnson last week returned from his honeymoon trip to Slovenia with Carrie.
The couple stayed in five-star eco resort Vila Planinka in the Jezersko region - around half an hour from capital Ljubljana - where rooms cost up to £542 a night.
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