UK Press Spoof New PM’s Husband “As His Big Fashion Moment Steals The Show”

UK Press Spoof New PM’s Husband “As His Big Fashion Moment Steals The Show”
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Britain’s new Prime Minister, Theresa Day, has been in the job just 24 hours and already London’s cheeky tabloid press is having a dig at her husband (and media in general).

Pictured outside ‘Number 10’ with her husband Philip May, Metro.co.uk resisted the urge to hail the achievements of the UK’s second-ever female PM choosing to celebrate Phil’s dress sense instead.

The piss-takey piece came with the headline, “Theresa May’s husband steals the show in sexy navy suit as he starts like as First Man” and read: “Theresa May became Britain’s new prime minister, but her husband’s big fashion moment stole the show.

“Stepping into the limelight as First Man, Philip May showcased a sexy navy suit with a flourish of pinstripe,” the article extolled.

“Round glasses perched on his nose accentuated his amazing bone structure – no doubt one of the assets he used to help him to bag his wife.”

It then rounded on poor “First Man” Phil’s shoes. “Philip elongated his pins with a pair of black brogues as he accompanied his wife to step over the threshold of their new home – 10 Downing Street.”

Philip May is a successful merchant banker in London who reportedly can’t stand the spotlight nor the press.

It follows on from last week’s appalling Vanity Fair article on our own Margot Robbie.

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