-disciplined figure, and many people have credited Kerry with this transformation, Wheeler says.
Symonds now works as a senior adviser to Oceana, a charity environmental organization, and her Twitter is full of stories ranging from overfishing to trophy ban
Now some analysts believe she will have the prime minister's ear on the crisis with the climate and animal welfare, a question Johnson unexpectedly touched during his opening speech.
"It will influence policies, especially the environment," said LBC radio and political commentator Ian Dale. Johnson has "talked a lot about climate change during the campaign," he said.
"The Taxi Fighter"
Symonds has also talked about other important issues. Only by her teenagers she publicly told her about a meeting with John Worbees, known in the UK as a "taxi rape rapist," who is believed to have inflicted at least 100 casualties. Worboy to his home in West London, and on the journey he offered her alcohol-much like the other drinks he gave to his victims. She said that as a result she did not know what happened afterwards.
Symonds gave up his anonymity on the case by telling a number of British newspapers about his trials. It also helped initiate a judicial review after the release board decided that Worboys was no longer a threat.
The review later found that Worboys still poses a serious risk to society and will remain in prison. The justice system "disappoints us," says Simmonds in "Evening Standard." "We're finally proven right."
Today, Simmonds is in British newspapers for various reasons.
55-year-old Johnson is more than two decades old than Simons, and is still technically married to his former wife, 26 years old, Marina, with four children.
The couple broke up last year, and reports of Johnson's alleged unmarried affairs – and children out of marriage – have long embellished the pages of British newspapers.
Johnson never has publicly considered the issue of his / her extramarital children. CNN contacted Johnson's office for comment but did not receive a response at the time of publication.
Given Johnson's complicated personal life, his relationship with Symonds "has all the ingredients for what kind of tabloid newspapers love," Travers said.
But their relationship is also a reflection of modern Britain, Wheeler said. "There are many people who choose to live together without being married," she said. "And I think it is important for those who run the country to reflect what many people do in this country."
The couple's relationship is placed under the spotlight, as never before in the leadership campaign, after the police have been called up for argument. in the southern London neighborhood of Symonds.
The neighbors recorded Symonds, telling Johnson to "get out of me" and "get out of my apartment." Police have reported that officers have arrived and "have spoken with all the inhabitants of the address, who are all safe and well."
The incident raised questions about whether the next UK leader owed the public an explanation of what had happened behind closed doors.
"The British press is expected to act on the basis of" public interest, "Travers said," So the Prime Minister's personal life somehow affects their ability to do their jobs. "
The UK is in the hands of the – his heavy political crisis for decades, Johnson has been under enormous pressure to deliver Brexit on October 31. The prime minister probably thinks he can do without the extra emphasis on his personal life