Introducing David Cameron’s Newborn Daughter Florence!

Introducing David Cameron's Newborn Daughter Florence!

Introducing the latest resident of Downing Street!

Hello! posts the first pictures of British Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha with their newborn daughter Florence Rose Endellion.

Sam, 39, appears to be recovering well from her C-section birth last Tuesday (August 24).

Florence, their fourth child, joins siblings Nancy and Arthur. The Camerons’ eldest child Ivan died in 2009 at the age of six, having been born with a rare combination of cerebral palsy and severe epilepsy.

The devoted dad is gearing up to share some special time with Florence as the first serving prime minster to take paternity leave.

Do you think an American president would take a paternity leave?

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  1. chelebelle

    Awww, look at all that hair. So sweet.

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  2. Anna

    Aww how tiny! Cute. He’s right taking paternity leave, sounds like he has his priorities straight. The time with his new born he can only do once.

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  3. Anonymous

    Adorable!

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  4. Sonya

    How cute!

    I think all fathers should take paternity leave, regardless of what their job is.

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  5. Dee

    Aaaaah she’s so tiny! What a sweetie! Loved the first picture that was published too! Lovely! Best wishes to the family!

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  6. Sophia

    Aw, what a sweetie! She’s just so tiny! I absolutely love her name, and I think it’s fantastic that he’s taking paternity leave to have some quality family time. Absolutely, Sonya, all father’s should/should be able to do that.

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  7. Anonymous

    Judging by how often our current POTUS takes vacation, I’m guessing he’d jump at the chance to take time off for paternity leave.

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