Boris Johnson resumes holiday in Kim Jong-un’s Suffolk coast caravan

Boris Johnson’s holiday home view

Boris Johnson has begun the second half of his UK staycation holiday – in a coastal caravan belonging to Kim Jong-un.

After a few days away in a remote Scottish headland, Mr Johnson and his partner Carrie, together with baby Wilf, are now enjoying the Suffolk coast.

The Suffolk Gazette has agreed to keep the exact location a secret for security reasons, but we understand it is the same caravan favoured by Mr Jong-un.

Local resident Lorraine Fisher, 34, spotted Mr Johnson walking along the beach near Sizewell earlier today.

“He seemed to be having a lovely time, and Wilf was enjoying being dipped in the sea close to Sizewell B Nuclear Power Station.

“The Prime Minister will clearly have a quiet his few days on the Suffolk coast, where there are not all those nasty Scottish midges. And I don’t mean Nicola Sturgeon.”

Mr Jong-un famously purchased his caravan near Sizewell in 2015 after falling in love with the area during a hush-hush visit to the power station.

It has been used by several international dignitaries since as part of North Korea’s renewed diplomatic efforts. Mr Jong-un visited Aldeburgh, went boating in Thorpeness and enjoyed an Adnams brewery tour in nearby Southwold.

It is not clear if the Johnson party will do the same.

The 38-foot Horizon Cavalier static caravan comes complete with three bedrooms, a family shower room, separate loo, central heating and double glazing.

Mr Johnson can spend hours gazing directly out to the North Sea, trying not to think about evil Europe beyond.

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