Melania Trump is spotted with fellow G7 wives but where is Boris Johnson’s girlfriend?

MELANIA TRUMP was spotted sipping champagne with the fellow G7 summit wives on Sunday – but where was Boris Johnson’s girlfriend Carrie Symonds?
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