The Prime Minister has sent season’s greetings to world leaders and embassies as well as parliamentarians, civil society groups, charity leaders and individuals key to the UK’s Covid response.
He said: “Many thanks to the students at Uxbridge College for their brilliant artwork for the Downing Street Christmas card. I want to say thank you to Tejinder and all the students who participated for their wonderful designs.”
The front of the card shows a picture of the Johnsons’ dog, Dilyn, playing in snow in the Downing Street garden, taken by photographer Pippa Fowles. Inside is the message “Best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, Boris and Carrie Johnson.”
Downing Street said Tejinder and the other students had used traditional and digital techniques to create their artwork, which “aimed to reflect the college’s wide diversity and commitment to British values”.
In 2020, Number 10 also invited children from across the UK to send in Christmas card designs to showcase in the windows of Downing Street.