Boris Johnson was born on June 19, 1964 (age 56) in New York City, New York, United States. He is a celebrity politician. He had 4 children Lara Lettice Johnson , Theodore Apollo Johnson , Milo Arthur Johnson , Cassia Peaches Johnson . His fiancee is Allegra Owen (m. 1987–1993). Boris Johnson has 3 siblings in His family: Rachel Johnson , Jo Johnson , Leo Johnson .
Boris Johnson is a British politician who has served as the Mayor of London since 2008. He previously served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Henley from 2001 until 2008 and is serving as MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip since 2015. A member of the Conservative Party, the politician is also a popular historian and journalist. Born in New York City to English parents, he returned to the United Kingdom with his family as a child. Both his parents valued high-achievers and the young boy was raised to be competitive from a young age. A good student, he was awarded a King's Scholarship to study at the prestigious Eton College following which he read Classics at Balliol College, Oxford. He embarked on a career as a journalist with ˜The Times' and found considerable success in this profession, taking the editorship of ˜The Spectator' from 1999 to 2005. Along with journalism he was also deeply interested in politics and was elected to the House of Commons as MP for Henley in 2001. Soon a popular political figure, he went on to serve on the opposition front bench, first as Shadow Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries and then for Higher Education. He is considered a controversial figure in British politics and journalism due to his enigmatic personality, with his own share of both supporters and detractors.
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He began his career as a journalist and newspaper editor at The Times and then The Daily Telegraph after graduating a King's Scholar from Eton College.
As mayor, he introduced a bicycle sharing system called Barclays Cycle Hire and banned the use of alcohol on public transportation.
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He married his second wife, Marina Wheeler, in 1993 and they raised five children together.
At the age of 56, Boris Johnson's height is 1.75 m .
He appeared on an episode of The Daily Show with John Stewart in 2012.
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● He had 4 children Lara Lettice Johnson , Theodore Apollo Johnson , Milo Arthur Johnson , Cassia Peaches Johnson ● His fiancee is Allegra Owen (m. 1987–1993)● Boris Johnson has 3 siblings in His family: Rachel Johnson , Jo Johnson , Leo Johnson
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