Left in the loo: Prime Minster Forgets to take home his eight-year-old

Written on:June 11, 2023
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David Cameron blissfully forgetful (Image courtesy of Steve Bowbrick)

Prime minister David Cameron forgot to take home back his eight-year-old daughter Nancy from the 16th-century pub Plough Inn near the PM’s country home Chequers, where the Camerons – PM, wife Samantha, children Nancy, Arthur and Florence – went to have their Sunday lunch with two other families.

After getting home from the pub, the Camerons were terrified to find Nancy was missing. “The Prime Minister and Samantha were distraught when they realised Nancy wasn’t with them”, Downing Street spokeswoman recalled. “Thankfully when they phoned the pub she was there safe and well. The PM went down straight away to get her.”

Meanwhile, the little girl was worried and kept asking the staff where her parents were. A Plough insider described the bafflement, “You’d have thought someone would have done a headcount or something. Pub staff found their daughter in the toilet and didn’t know what to do.”

“It’s not like you can look up David Cameron in the phone book and then ring to say, ‘You’ve left your daughter behind’”, quipped the insider.

Nancy was left in the loo when the Prime Minister drove off after his lunch. Cameron, snug in his car flanked by bodyguards assumed Nancy was with Samantha and their other children in a second vehicle. PM’s wife thought the little girl had jumped into his father’s car.

The plough insider sounded cynical as he remarked, “It’s frightening the Prime Minister of Britain can forget something so important as his own daughter.” However, he quickly added, “Thankfully it all ended happily.”

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