Boris Johnson‘s wife Carrie announced she has had her second coronavirusvaccination while pregnant with her second child.
She took to social media on Saturday to reassure other pregnant women who may be anxious about getting the vaccine that she is ‘feeling great’ and urges others to do the same.
The expectant mother, 33, and the Prime Minister revealed they are expecting a baby before Christmas after losing a child earlier this year.
Taking to Instagram this afternoon, she wrote: ‘Just had my second jab and feeling great!
‘I know there are lots of pregnant women who are anxious about getting their Covid vaccine but the evidence is incredibly reassuring.
‘Most importantly, the data shows there is no increased risk of miscarriage, something I was definitely concerned about.
‘Nearly 200,000 pregnant women across the UK and US have received the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines recommended during pregnancy, without safety concerns.
Read more: ‘Feeling great!’: Carrie Johnson, 33, reveals she’s had her second ‘Covid’ jab as she reassures other mums-to-be the vaccines are safe for them and their babies. Yes, I’m sure you had it, mate, just like your moronic husband