Samantha Cameron, wife of the current British Prime Minister David Cameron, gave birth to a daughter on Tuesday August 24th, 2010 in the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro. The baby daughter was born three weeks earlier than expected while the Camerons were on two-week holiday in Cornwall. Florence Rose Endellion Cameron born by caesarian section weighed 2,7 kg at birth. Endellion was named after St. Endellion village of Cornwall to reflect the county of her birth. Last year, David and Samantha Cameron experienced a hard time when their six-year-old son Ivan died of cerebral palsy and epilepsy in February. They now have two children Nancy, aged 6 and Arthur Elwen, aged 4.
Samantha Cameron, wife of the current British Prime Minister David Cameron
David and Samantha Cameron were spotted at Daymer Bay beach in Cornwall 2 days before Samantha gave birth
The Camerons and three children Ivan, Nancy and Arthur Elwen were walking together in 2007
Mrs. Cameron and Florence left hospital for their holiday cottage in North Cornwall on Friday, August 27th. Now they are in good condition, carefully being looked after and kept away from the media. Mr. Cameron is reported to have longer break instead of returning to work at weekends. While he is having some additional time off as paternity leave, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will “carry on holding the fort” until Mr. Cameron is back to Downing Street.
David Cameron’s fourth baby was born on Tuesday August 24th, 2010 in the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro
The newborn baby daughter was named Florence Rose Endellion Cameron
Florence was wrapped in a white blanket
Florence was born by caesarian section
Mr. Cameron is nuzzling and cuddling his little daughter
This is the second time a British Prime Minister’s wife has given birth since 1849 after former PM Tony Blair’s wife, Mrs. Cherie, had their son Leo in 2000
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