Life after Brexit: Former PM David Cameron spotted on childcare duty in St Pancras cafe

Andy Wells
Freelance Writer
David Cameron was pictured in a cafe at St Pancras station with his children (SWNS)

David Cameron looked a little fed-up after he was pictured on childcare duty at St Pancras railway station with his two daughters.

A world away from meetings with other world leaders, the former Prime Minister was sitting in a coffee shop with daughters Nancy and Florence on a Friday afternoon at about 4.30pm.

And the former Tory leader appeared to have no visible security presence, according to Zoe Ferguson-Lees, who was at the station with her boyfriend when they spotted Mr Cameron sitting at a table.

The former Prime Minister appeared to notice being photographed (SWNS)

Zoe, 36, said: “I was standing outside the cafe when I noticed him.

“No-one seemed to notice he was there.

“You would expect a whole row of people snapping on their phones.

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“There didn’t seem to be any security around at all.”

The ex-politician had a large pull-along suitcase with him, and days later was spotted in Disneyland Paris with his family.

Since leaving Number 10 in July 2016 following the shock Brexit result, Mr Cameron has been snapped shopping in J.D Sports while wearing a suit, and reading The Sun outside a cafe in Notting Hill.

Mr Cameron has previously been spotted photobombing a couple at Wilderness Festival (SWNS)
Mr Cameron was also picture relaxing in Notting Hill after he stepped down from running the country (SWNS)

He also photobombed a selfie taken by a couple at Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire, looking glum as he stared into the camera.

It’s a long way from selfies with Barack Obama