Boris Johnson and her girlfriend, Carrie Symonds moved to Downing street on Monday, thus becoming the first couple to stay in the official residence of the British Prime Minister without a marriage tie.
The exchange of guards at the leading official residence was also made after Theresa May was forced to step down after the pressure of the Brexit crisis.
“The Prime Minister has officially moved in here on Monday and his partner will also live there,” said Downing street spokesman to end speculation on where the couple will live.
However, Johnson 55 and Symonds, 31 will not stay at the famous address, No. 10 Downing Road. Instead, the famous address will be the official residence of the new Finance Minister, Sajid Javid.
The Javid office is located next to its official residence, a larger four-room apartment at the No 11 door.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, was the first leader to begin the exchange of apartments and his tradition lasted until May and her husband, Philip, who resided at No. 11 Former Conservative party spokeswoman, now called ‘Britain’s first girlfriend’, but not the first lady.
The widespread news on social media also forced the couple to move.