BORIS Johnson has put his former family home on the market for £3.75 million as he announced he will run for the Tory leadership. He had shared the
BORIS Johnson has put his former family home on the market for £3.75 million as he announced he will run for the Tory leadership.
He had shared the Grade-II Georgian pad in Islington, North London with his estranged wife Marina Wheeler.
He previously shared the pad in Islington with his estranged wife[/caption]
The pair, who have four children, revealed they were splitting last year and Boris has since found love again with Tory spin doctor Carrie Symonds.
The five-floor crib was previously advertised for £2,000 rent a week but it is unclear if anybody moved in.
Records show the property was purchased for £1.9 million in December 2005 – but it is not known if Mr Johnson bought it.
He is believed to spend several nights a week at Ms Symonds’s south London flat who he recently started dating .
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It comes as he declared for the Tory leadership this week with a rallying cry to Eurosceptics – saying: “Of course I’m going to go for it”.
Launching the race to replace Theresa May, the clear favourite told an insurance conference he wanted to “exploit the opportunities of Brexit”.
The arch-Eurosceptic ex-London mayor was immediately installed as bookies’ favourite to win the leadership race.
Boris Johnson has put his former family home on the market for £3.75 million as he announced he will run for the Tory leadership[/caption]
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