UK Prime Minister Johnson and Carrie Symonds enjoyed a visit to Saint Lucia during their island-hopping Caribbean Christmas holiday.
The PM and his girlfriend stopped over on the tropical haven on their way to a $20,000-a-week villa in Mustique.
Boris and Carrie saw in the New Year in the Caribbean to rest-up after the hard-fought election campaign.
Bo-Jo was welcomed to St Lucia by PM Allen M. Chastanet who congratulated him on his stonking win on Dec. 12.
Mr Chastanet said: “I thanked the PM for his country’s continued support to our country and the region and of course took the opportunity to once again offer my heartiest congratulations on his hard-won and well-deserved victory in the recent election.
“We look forward to working more closely together on our countries’ shared mutual interests.”
The couple celebrated the PM’s dominant election win at the Oceanus, a Moroccan-style house nestled on the hilltops of Mustique.
Guests can pick from one of three private pools and looked after by a team of staff including a butler, housekeeper and private gourmet chef.
Each of the villa’s master suites faces the ocean, offering romantic sunset evenings, while the property is made of natural materials.