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David and Samantha Cameron reveal their Christmas card

Published 11/12/2015

Christmas card photo shows Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha returning to Downing Street after seeing the Queen to form a new government. Photo: Stephen Lock / i-Images
Christmas card photo shows Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha returning to Downing Street after seeing the Queen to form a new government. Photo: Stephen Lock / i-Images
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne's Christmas card. Matt/The Treasury/PA Wire.

David Cameron has chosen a picture of himself and wife Samantha for his Christmas card this year.

The image shows the smiling Camerons outside the famous black door of 10 Downing Street in the spring sunshine, shortly after the Conservative victory in May's general election.

Mr Cameron is dressed in a dark blue suit and purple tie, while Samantha wears a blue and black patterned dress with elbow-length sleeves and a black leather belt.

The wording on the back is: "David and Samantha Cameron return to 10 Downing Street, following the 2015 General Election. Friday, 8 May 2015."

The Prime Minister has regularly used pictures of himself at Downing Street for his Christmas cards since taking office, posing in the street with Samantha and Chelsea Pensioners for last year's image.

George Osborne's Christmas card features a cartoon by Daily Telegraph cartoonist Matt.

It depicts the Chancellor as a snowman wearing a hard hat and fluorescent jacket - a combination he appears to be a fan of for photo calls on visits around the country - holding his Budget box.

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