oris Johnson’s waxwork at Madame Tussauds is not any dummy because it dons a Christmas jumper urging warning on the primary weekend since lockdown eased.
The London attraction teamed up with Save the Youngsters to re-dress the PM’s determine with upcycled knitwear bearing his well-known phrase, “Tis the season to be jolly cautious.”
The charity’s Christmas Jumper Day has raised £25.1million since its 2012 launch.
Organisers hope this yr’s festive knits will deliver much-needed cheer as Covid-19 continues to affect kids world wide.
The wax mannequin, which stands outdoors a mock-up of Downing Road, has a jumper that includes three festive baubles representing the variety of family bubbles allowed to rejoice collectively between December 23 and 27.
Tim Waters, common supervisor at Madame Tussauds London, stated: “While the Prime Minister’s festive message this yr is one in all warning, we wished to additionally use it to unfold some Christmas cheer.
“We’re delighted to have the ability to assist Save the Youngsters’s Christmas Jumper Day marketing campaign and are certain that Boris Johnson himself would approve of the decidedly 2020 festive restyle.”
Sasha Nicholl, of Save the Youngsters, added: “With Covid-19 leaving extra kids residing in poverty, going hungry and unable to study, this yr’s Christmas Jumper Day is extra vital than ever.
“If the Prime Minister can participate then the remainder of the nation can too!
“All folks have to do is enroll, pay £2 and know that each one cash raised on Friday December 11 will assist essentially the most weak kids each right here within the UK and world wide.”
The charity stated £1 may pay for antibiotics to deal with 5 kids affected by pneumonia, one of many largest killers in South Sudan.
Two kilos would purchase a bottle of hand sanitiser to assist battle Covid-19 in a Save the Youngsters medical clinic.
Round £6 pays for a face protect for a well being employee in Yemen.