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David Cameron dons flat cap to take wife to Cocklebarrow

David Cameron has been spotted sporting a flat cap for the second time this week.

The former Prime Minister was pictured enjoying an afternoon at the Heythrop Hunt Point to Point in Cocklebarrow, Gloucestershire with his wife Samantha.  

Earlier this week the former Tory leader was seen at Disneyland Paris, again donning an oversized flat cap, as he enjoyed rides with his family.

Mr Cameron wore a green flat cap, dark navy trousers and walking boots under a black North Face jacket as he enjoyed a day at the races. 

Mr Cameron wore a green flat cap, dark navy trousers and walking boots under a black North Face jacket as he enjoyed a day at the races

The former Prime Minister was pictured enjoying an afternoon at the Heythrop Hunt Point to Point in Cocklebarrow, Gloucestershire with his wife Samantha

The former Prime Minister was pictured enjoying an afternoon at the Heythrop Hunt Point to Point in Cocklebarrow, Gloucestershire with his wife Samantha

The Former Witney MP, who is currently at the Davos summit, was spotted in Paris last weekend by social media users.  

One tourist wrote on Twitter: ‘Currently eating in the same restaurant as David Cameron in Paris kmttt.’  

Another claimed to have see him in the French capital on Saturday, writing: ‘Just seen David Cameron up the Eiffel Tower.’

A twitter user posted a picture of her at the happiest place on earth with the former PM in the background sporting a flat cap, a North Face waterproof jacket and a slightly glum expression.  

She wrote: ‘As if I was just stood next to David Cameron at Disneyland and I bottled it. 

‘Glad to see he’s still enjoying free movement of people in the EU.’

Wife of Former Prime Minister David Cameron,Samantha Cameron places a bet on a horse at the Heythrop Hunt Point to Point at Cocklebarrow,Gloucestershire

Wife of Former Prime Minister David Cameron,Samantha Cameron places a bet on a horse at the Heythrop Hunt Point to Point at Cocklebarrow,Gloucestershire

Sam Cam places a bet on the horses as husband David wears a flat cap to the races

Sam Cam places a bet on the horses as husband David wears a flat cap to the races

Charlie Brooks was also spotted enjoying an afternoon at the Heythrop Hunt Point to Point in Cocklebarrow, Gloucestershire, also sporting a questionable hat

Charlie Brooks was also spotted enjoying an afternoon at the Heythrop Hunt Point to Point in Cocklebarrow, Gloucestershire, also sporting a questionable hat

 The former Prime Minister left Number 10 in July 2016 after losing the referendum on leaving the European Union.

Earlier this week, he was caught admitting that his doom-laden predictions about the impact of Brexit had been proved wrong.

The former prime minister appeared to disown Project Fear, saying that leaving the EU had not proved ‘a disaster’ and had ‘turned out less badly than we first thought’.

Dozens of people have taken to social media to say they have spotted the former Tory party leader in and around Paris over the weekend

Dozens of people have taken to social media to say they have spotted the former Tory party leader in and around Paris over the weekend

A Twitter user posted a picture of her at the happiest place on earth with the former PM in the background sporting a flat cap,a North Face waterproof jacket and a  glum expression

A Twitter user posted a picture of her at the happiest place on earth with the former PM in the background sporting a flat cap,a North Face waterproof jacket and a glum expression

 His comments came at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, where his conversation with the billionaire steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal was caught on camera. 

During the referendum campaign in 2016 Mr Cameron and his Chancellor, George Osborne, issued a string of  warnings about the consequences of a Leave vote.    

Mr Cameron was caught on camera at the Davos summit speaking billionaire steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal saying Brexit 'was not as bad as we thought

During the referendum campaign in 2016 Mr Cameron and his Chancellor, George Osborne, issued a string of  warnings about the consequences of a Leave vote.

Mr Cameron was caught on camera at the Davos summit speaking billionaire steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal saying Brexit ‘was not as bad as we thought

In October 2016 he landed a job with the US electronic payments firm First Data Corporation, working for two or three days a month for the company.

His second job, announced in December, is leading a billion-dollar investment initiative agreed between the UK and China. 

He is also currently writing his memoirs. 



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