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Carrie Symonds goes to vote in £395 ‘woke’ dress with Boris Johnson

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Carrie goes to the polls in £395 ‘woke’ dress: PM’s fiancée joins him at voting sales space in outfit designed by environmentally pleasant north London label that helps ‘female-led companies’

  • Carried Symonds, 33, joined her fiance Boris Johnson to vote in native elections 
  • Was seen strolling into Westminster’s Methodist Hall sporting O Pioneers dress
  • ‘Slow style’ model has environmentally pleasant dedication to sustainability

Carrie Symonds joined fiance Boris Johnson on the polls yesterday, sporting a £395 dress that style insiders steered might have been picked for its ‘woke’ credentials.

The Prime Minister and his fiancée placed on a united entrance as they forged their ballots at Methodist Central Hall in London amid the dramatic fallout from their lavish flat refurbishment.  

And now it has emerged that Miss Symonds, 33, wore a £395 dress from a ‘woke’ London style label that boasts of being environmentally pleasant and helps ladies in the ‘male-dominated’ style business. 

The Liberty print dress comes from O Pioneers, which has turn into a favorite of style editors due to its dedication to sustainability.

It specialises in utilizing previous season or end-of-line materials and off-cuts which could in any other case find yourself in landfill. The label, arrange in fashionable Camden, north London, makes use of native seamstresses moderately than having objects made overseas.

Carrie Symonds joined fiance Boris Johnson on the polls yesterday, sporting a £395 dress that style insiders steered might have been picked for its ‘woke’ credentials

The £395 dress from a 'woke' north London fashion label that Carrie Symonds wore to vote yesterday

The £395 dress from a ‘woke’ north London style label that Carrie Symonds wore to vote yesterday

The label’s web site says it helps ladies and ‘female-led companies’.  

The couple smiled and waved for the cameras as they voted yesterday, amid intensifying scrutiny over the £58,000 refit of their Downing Street residence. 

Miss Symonds was stated to have been the driving pressure behind the lavish refurbishment as she was reportedly eager to dump a ‘John Lewis furnishings nightmare’ inherited from Theresa May. 

It has since transpired that Britain’s prime civil servant Simon Case solely found Boris Johnson wished a charity to pay for his Downing Street flat makeover when he examine it in the Daily Mail. 

Former royal aide Mr Case determined to look into the matter additional and found that Tory donor Lord Brownlow of Shurlock Row had been lined up to chair the deliberate Downing Street charity and had requested two different friends to be part of the board. 

Mr Case had a gathering with the potential trustees, former Thatcher adviser Lord Powell and senior Labour peer Baroness Jay, to discover out what was taking place. 

Mr Case is now conducting certainly one of a number of investigations into how the pricey redecoration of the Number 11 residence was funded.

Miss Symonds, 33, and the Prime Minister went to Westminster's Methodist Central Hall yesterday to cast their local election vote

Miss Symonds, 33, and the Prime Minister went to Westminster’s Methodist Central Hall yesterday to forged their native election vote

A Cabinet Office spokesman confirmed: ‘The Cabinet Secretary solely turned conscious of the Trust in late February.’

The inquiry follows a string of revelations in the Mail suggesting a £58,000 price overrun might have been paid initially by the Conservative Party earlier than being lined by Tory donor Lord Brownlow.

Mr Johnson instructed Ministers that he had settled the invoice with his personal cash, however has ducked questions on who initially paid out when the work at 11, Downing Street was accomplished final 12 months.

Failure to declare donations is an offence underneath electoral legislation, punishable by fines of up to £20,000.  

The Electoral Commission final week opened a proper investigation into the funding of the lavish refurbishment of the couple’s official flat.

‘We at the moment are glad that there are cheap grounds to suspect that an offence or offences might have occurred,’ introduced the watchdog.

 It has sweeping powers to demand paperwork and interview witnesses underneath warning. Failure to comply or inform the reality is a prison offence.

No serving prime minister has ever been interviewed underneath warning in relation to an alleged breach of the legislation. 

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