Kit & Kin was co-founded by former Spice Girl Emma Bunton and specialises in sustainable products for babies and children.
The prime minister was out of hospital for less than three weeks before Carrie Symonds gave birth.
Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds - who own Jack Russell cross Dilyn - have announced the arrival of a little boy.
From a £69 M&S coat to statement Anthropologie dress, Symonds' stylish maternity wardrobe was filled with high street heroes.
The prime minister's pregnant fiancée also praised the "magnificent" NHS in a Twitter post.
Carrie Symonds has risen through the ranks as one of politics’ most influential dressers.Since arriving at No.10 with her boyfriend Prime Minister Boris Johnson in July, she demands our attention through her stylish sartorial choices.And while we’d the 31-year-old to own a wardrobe full of luxury items, she continues to champion affordable high-street buys.As a keen conservationist, she also has an eye for eco-friendly and sustainable pieces such as her £255 eco-dress designed by Justine Tabak for her first public speech as the UK’s ‘First Girlfriend’.Whether she’s heading to Balmoral to visit the Queen in something vintage or supporting her boyfriend at a conference in this season’s high-street steal, Carrie’s style is fool-proof. Here’s a look at the First Lady’s work wardrobe and all her most talked about outfits to date.
The former Tory PR will become the first unmarried partner of a sitting Prime Minister to make the trip.
Ahead of Boris Johnson's first speech as prime minster yesterday, speculation on whether or not girlfriend Carrie Symonds would join him at the podium was rife.In a history-making move, the 31-year-old PR Executive stood amongst the crowd to support his arrival at Number 10 - a photo call traditionally taken on by the PM’s wife.But just how much of a role is the British ‘First Lady’ counterpart expected to take on?Amid the great cabinet re-shuffle, we take a look back at some of the UK Prime Ministers’ most famous other halves from Lady Clementine Churchill’s contribution during World War II to Samantha Cameron’s venture into fashion.