Lorraine Kelly speaks out at Boris Johnson affair allegations

It was revealed on Saturday evening that the Prime Minister is said to have engaged in a “sexual affair” with an American businesswoman. The alleged infidelity is said to have happened during Boris’ time as Mayor of London, between 2012 and 2016.

Boris, 56, and Jennifer Arcuri, 35, reportedly met up once a week during their relationship, with Mr Johnson meeting Arcuri hours before sitting alongside members of The Royal Family at the London 2012 Paralympics opening ceremony.

During the time of the supposed infidelity, Boris was married to his second wife, lawyer Marina Wheeler, 56, who he shares four children with.

Ms Arcuri told how she “loved” Boris and the pair shared a “physical and intellectual” attraction but noted that he is “cowardly” for not standing up for her.

After the news broke, television favourite Lorraine Kelly, 61, took to social media to have her say on the news.

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Floored by the question, Arcuri simply responded: “I’m sorry?” before Lorraine asked once again.

However, Arcuri proceeded to say: “I believe I said a few things. What was it that you were looking for that I didn’t say?”

“You didn’t answer any of the questions put to you, I don’t see the point of you being on anyway”, replied Lorraine.

Speaking to The Sunday Mirror this weekend, Arcuri said of Boris not standing up for her: “It’s embarrassing, what a child. You can’t get on the phone and say, ‘Look, Jen, this is crazy, welcome to politics’?

“He just took the most cowardly, wet noodle of approaches. This is who he is and it’s about time we recognised that.”


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