TALK OF THE TOWN: Jennifer Arcuri's Boris plot puts off ex Petronella

TALK OF THE TOWN: Jennifer Arcuri tries to team up with another of Boris’s ex-lovers – but Petronella Wyatt insists: ‘We’re such dissimilar people’

As if Boris Johnson doesn’t have enough on his plate, Jennifer Arcuri, the American entrepreneur with whom he had an affair, wants to team up with another of his former lovers – journalist Petronella Wyatt.

Petsy, 53, tells me: ‘I’ve had what feels like 20,000 missed calls from her. It’s a bit sad really.’

Apparently Arcuri, 36, is writing a TV series about an American who works with a British politician.

But Petronella will not be joining forces. ‘We are such dissimilar people,’ she explains.

As if Boris Johnson doesn’t have enough on his plate, Jennifer Arcuri (pictured), the American entrepreneur with whom he had an affair, wants to team up with another of his former lovers

Apparently Arcuri, 36, is writing a TV series about an American who works with a British politician and wanted to join forces with one of Mr Johnson’s former love interests, journalist Petronella Wyatt

Petronella became romantically entangled with Boris when he edited The Spectator magazine and she was its deputy editor.

Her mother Lady Wyatt disclosed their affair after Petronella had an abortion and claimed: ‘He said he was going to marry her.’

Pole-dancing enthusiast Arcuri – she installed a pole at the East London flat where she entertained Boris – first encountered him as a business student.

Within a year she had become another chapter in the Prime Minister’s tempestuous love life, which has seen him father seven children by three different women.

Did actor Mark Strong earn half a million pounds for voicing ‘Hands, Face, Space’ Covid ads?

I only ask because his £3.2 million company has just reported its best ever performance with a £530,000 rise in shareholder funds.

The last time Mark, who plays surgeon Daniel Milton in Sky drama Temple, earned anything close was in 2010.

A Government spokesman said they negotiate ‘extremely competitive rates for delivering life-saving messages to the public.’

Mark’s agent would not elaborate… maybe he gave it all to charity?

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