The former prime minister also sported sequin encrusted heels while making his decision about the future of the current Tory leader.
She is said to have told reporters that she was going to speak at a dinner to mark the Platinum Jubilee of the Queen.
But unfortunately she declined to share whether she had come to Mr Johnson’s side tonight.
After leaving the polling booth, the Conservative said she was “not answering any questions”.
However, she has made it clear in the past that she does not approve of the parties that took place in Downing Street during the pandemic.
Speaking back in January before the full Sue Gray report came out, he slammed Mr Johnson with scathing remarks.
The COVID rules imposed severe restrictions on the public, who had ‘the right to expect their prime minister to read the rules, understand the meaning of the rules and set an example by following those rules’, she said.
She continued: ‘What the Gray Report shows is that No. 10 Downing Street was not complying with the rules imposed on members of the public.’
Turning to Mr. Johnson, he asked: “Either my true honorable friend had not read the rules, nor understood their meaning, and neither did the others around him, or he did not think of rule number 10.” apply. Which was it?’
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