LONDON — He didn’t quite generate the giddy hysteria of a royal baby, but the BBC broadcaster alerted its viewers Wednesday morning with a “Breaking News” flash that Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his fiancee, Carrie Symonds, had just announced the birth of their son.A spokeswoman said the British leader and his fiancee and their baby boy all were “doing very well.”“The prime minister and Ms Symonds are thrilled to announce the birth of a healthy baby boy at a London hospital earlier this morning,” the statement read.The next question: What does a man named Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson call his son?No name has yet been announced.The couple thanked “the fantastic NHS maternity team.” This is the second time this month that the prime minister has been effusive in his praise for the National Health Service.Johnson was probably the world’s most famous coronavirus patient. He was stricken with the virus at the end of March and spent 10 days in self-isolation in the official residence at Downing Street. Eventually, he was admitted to St. Thomas Hospital with a persistent cough, fever and shortness of breath. At the hospital, he was transferred to an intensive care unit and given given


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