The British press is reporting while vacationing a few months ago, Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife accidentally left their 8-year-old daughter behind in a pub that they were having a lunch at with friends, which is now being confirmed by a Downing Street spokesperson.
It was reported that while Cameron and his wife, Samantha were trying to decide transportation arrangements for everyone before they left The Plough pub in Cadsden, near Chequers, their 8-year-old daughter, Nancy had gone into the bathroom and was lost in the shuffle and left behind.
Both the Cameron’s 6-year-old son and 22-month-old daughter had also accompanied the couple to the lunch and were with them when they departed. However, David and Nancy who had taken separate vehicles back to their vacation retreat thought, Nancy was traveling with the other parent.
“The prime minister and Samantha were distraught when they realized Nancy wasn’t with them,” a Downing Street spokesman told reporters. “Thankfully when they phoned the pub she was there safe and well.”
It took about 15 minutes for the Prime Minister to dash back to the pub where Nancy was said to be safely hanging out with the staff.
“As you know, the prime minister is a very busy man but he always tries to live as normal a life as possible with his family,” the spokesman said after saying that the PM took full responsibility for the mix-up.