David Cameron's Daughter, Nancy, Left at Pub
David Cameron and his wife, Samantha, left their eight-year-old daughter, Nancy, in a pub after having lunch.
8-year-old Nancy Cameron, the eldest daughter of British Prime Minister David Cameron, was left behind at a pub for about 15 minutes on Sunday. Miss Cameron wandered off to the bathroom while the prime minister and his wife, Samantha, were sorting out rides home from The Plough pub in Cadsden, a hangout near their country retreat.
Cameron caught a lift in one car with his bodyguards, while Samantha went in another with their children Arthur, 6, and Florence, 22 months.
Both thought little Nancy was riding with the other.
"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."
When the prime minister returned to collect Nancy he found her helping staff.
Downing Street said no protection officers would face disciplinary action over the incident, adding that security arrangements were constantly under review.
and while Cameron may be known as the master of 'chillaxing', The spokesman said Cameron took responsibility for the mix up, and wouldn't say whether the PM was boozing with his brunch.