Rishi Sunak's sofa gets turfed out of No 10 as vans continue to arrive

Rishi Sunak's sofa gets turfed out of No 10 as vans continue to arrive Rishi Sunak's sofa gets turfed out of No 10 as vans continue to arrive

Moving vans were spotted outside Downing Street yesterday as Rishi Sunak’s belongings were removed to make way for Sir Keir Starmer’s family.

A Platinum Move lorry was parked outside the door of No 10, with movers photographed carrying a chest of drawers, blue sofa and plants.

On the same day as the outgoing Tory leader’s possessions were collected, the Prime Minister’s wife Victoria was seen leaving out the back entrance of No 10 wearing a blue shirt and white trainers.

This is just the latest as Mr Sunak continues to move himself and his family out of the famous house.

On Sunday a mattress, a sofa and a piano were spotted being carted out of Downing Street and into a bright yellow lorryfrom the Bishop's Move firm was parked around the back.

The Starmer clan are expected to move into Downing Street, although it is uncertain if they will choose the flat above No 10 or the larger space above No 11, previously occupied by several Prime Ministers since Sir Tony Blair.

Although the new premier admitted he had 'not unpacked quite yet'.

It has also been revealed how the new Labour PM's wife, Victoria, has been 'dreading' becoming a resident of Britain's most famous street.

Her friends also described the NHS worker as Sir Keir's 'rock', as well as a 'politically astute' primary confidante of the new PM who is 'able to cut through the bullshit'.

Mr Sunak lived in the flat above No 10 while Mr Hunt had the larger flat above No 11.

PMs in recent years had favoured the No 11 residence, but Mr Sunak had lived above No10 as Chancellor and moved back in with his family when he became the premier.

During the general election campaign, Sir Keir admitted his teenage children were 'worried' about the prospect of moving into the iconic residence.

He said he and Victoria would 'fiercely protect' their children's privacy should he win power.

Sir Keir conceded that his 13-year-old daughter and 15-year-old son were likely to be fearful of the possible disruption to their normal routines.

But the Labour leader joked that they would probably 'ramp up their campaign' for a family dog to make up for the changes to their lives.

The Sunaks own multiple properties, including two houses in Kensington and a Yorkshire mansion worth more than £2million.

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