Prime Minister Boris Johnson went on vacation to a luxurious villa in southern Spain.
Johnson is believed to be away with his pregnant wife, Carrie, and her one-year-old son, Wilfred.
He last left when he chose to stay in Somerset during the summer. However, when the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan, he was forced to return early.
This time, the prime minister has been criticized for leaving during the fuel crisis.
What do you know about villas?
The Prime Minister is reportedly staying in a £ 25,000 weekly villa owned by Tory peer Zac Goldsmith.
The villa is located near the town of Benajabis, not far from Marbella on the south coast of Spain.
Spanish police sources said mirror: “Unofficially, but informally, he is in a large luxury villa on the border between Marbella and Benahavis.
“We noticed that the British Prime Minister remained, so we are all very vigilant. We are all very cautious about how important he is in the world and what potential he is. There will be additional patrols in the coming days as we know what the target is. “
The property is known as Torre Tramores and is a short drive from Benahavis.
The main building can accommodate up to 13 people. There is also a small villa that can accommodate up to 10 people.
It has a swimming pool and its own heliport.
Princess Diana is rumored to have stayed at the property after her divorce from Prince Charles.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who was married to Goldsmith’s sister Jemima, was also depicted there in 1995.
The property website says: “What makes this special and private vacation stand out is the quality and reliability of its antiques and furniture, as well as the natural splendor and historic atmosphere of the environment.
“With its understated elegance and rustic charm, the Tramores Estate is a great retreat for relaxing, meditating, inspiring and entertaining family and friends.”
When will Boris Johnson come back?
The prime minister is expected to return home on Wednesday. In other words, it may be in time to meet Sir Keir Starmer at the Prime Minister’s question.
This is Johnson’s first foreign holiday since the Covid-19 pandemic and his first vacation since he married his wife.
Executive Secretary Kwasi Kwaten said it was “reasonable” for the Prime Minister to resign during the fuel crisis.
“I think he’s gone. I don’t know where he went,” Kwarten said on Sunday.
“But what I say is that I’m in regular contact with him. He also spent a year and a half when he was about to die to Covid, his mother. Died very sadly a few weeks ago, and he may have decided to take a short break.