A woman from the High Commission for Pakistan twice delivered flowers to 10 Downing Street in one day, wearing both glasses and goggles.
On their first visit, the diplomatic officer got out of a Mercedes car that booked a huge one and attached a large envelope to & # 39; Hon Mr Prime Minister & Ms Symonds, 10 Downing Street & # 39 ;.
She returned later the same day with even more PPE issued to deliver another bouquet of flowers to No10 from a Pakistani judge.
A woman delivers flowers to 10 Downing Street twice in one day, the second time wearing a face mask and gloves such as safety goggles
She wore a face mask and rubber gloves during her second visit, as well as the safety glasses of her first delivery.
This is despite strictly locked measures that allow people only for exercise, shopping and other essential journeys.
Both bouquets were handed over as Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his fiancée Carrie Symonds were congratulated by political figures over the birth of her son.
The woman rings the clock when she delivers flowers today at 10 Downing Street in Westminster
Officials open the door to the same diplomatic officer twice in one day, so they don't have the doorbell to deliver bouquets to PM and Carrie Symonds
On her second delivery, the diplomatic officer waved at the camera when she approached 10 Downing Street with another gift to the PM.
The flowers were heard today in a series of deliveries on Downing Street, along with other bouquets and an enormous luxury hammer Fortnum and Mason.
This comes after Britain announced 674 more coronavirus deaths in hospitals, nursing homes and elsewhere, taking the UK's official death toll to 26,711, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirming the nation's peak 39; e outbreak is.
NHS England declared 391 victims of COVID-19, while more were reported outside hospitals and in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Bouquet flowers were delivered today to Downing Street for Mr Johnson and Miss Symonds of Pakistani dignities
The wife of the High Commission for Pakistan wore glasses and safety glasses when she completed her deliveries today
The diplomatic officer appeared for the second time a face mask for her delivery to protect herself against coronavirus in the end
Ms Symonds, 32, gave birth to a boy at an NHS hospital in London early yesterday morning and it is said that both mother and baby & # 39; are doing very well & # 39 ;.
Mr Johnson returned to work in Number 10 after the birth yesterday, but missed the Prime Minister's questions in & # 39; parliament in & # 39; e noon.
Downing Street said that the prime minister, who is currently struggling with the coronavirus crisis, will end a & # 39; short period & # 39; of fatherhood would take.
The new family plans to live in their Downing Street flat along with their dog Dilyn. Mr. Johnson was present at the birth of a baby, whose name is not known.
A woman comes out of a car with a diplomatic license plate that posts a huge bouquet of flowers and holds a large envelope for the couple
She holds a large envelope today for & # 39; Hon Mr Prime Minister & Ms Symonds, 10 Downing Street & # 39;
The news comes just weeks after the PM was relieved of intensive care, where he had been fighting the virus. Miss Symonds also had symptoms of & # 39; s disease.
She returned to Downing Street after she met Mr Johnson when he convalesced at his Checkers country residence in Buckinghamshire.
The couple announced in February that they & # 39; baby summer & # 39; expecting a baby and being engaged by the end of last year.
The father of & # 39; Prime Minister Stanley Johnson said he & # 39; absolutely happy & # 39; and & # 39; was raised by his granddaughter's birth.
A large hammer from Fortnum and Mason and other boxes will be delivered to Downing Street today
A bouquet of flowers is being delivered today at 10 Downing Street in Westminster by a man
The man is delivering the flowers to Downing Street 10 today after the birth of a baby boy
Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds announced the birth of their son on April 29.
The Queen has sent a private message of good wishes to congratulate the couple on the birth of their son, Buckingham Palace said.
Labor leader Sir Keir said it was & # 39; wonderful news & # 39; was, while acting Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey the couple & # 39; many congratulations & # 39; wanted.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said it was & # 39; great to hear that Downing Street gets a new resident & # 39; while former Prime Minister David Cameron's & # 39; hearty congratulations & # 39; sent.