Beatrice Johnson, Michelle Gove and Janet Rees-Mogg – cabinet ministers as you've never seen them before

BEATRICE Johnson, Michelle Gove and Janet Rees-Mogg – these are members of the PM's cabinet as you've never seen them before.

Tory Twitter page 'Defence Daily UK' went viral after using the FaceApp to swap the frontbench team into the opposite sex – with hilarious results.




The Twitter page is run by a 16-year-old from Jersey, who wants to remain anonymous.

They told The Sun they had no idea the pictures would go viral, adding it was "so crazy".

@DefenceDailyUK shared the thread yesterday – which has since gone viral with thousands of likes and retweets.

Most of the minister are male so have been transformed into women.

But there are a few females in the mix who have had a shave and a haircut.

Politicians and commentators pointed out their favourites online and other politics fans added more to the mix.

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Former Chancellor George Osborne posted the link to the photos, and added: "Ok, this is strangely compelling."

Politician Suzanne Evans tweeted her enjoyment of the fun snaps too.

She said: "Wow, but Dominique Raab is gorgeous! And Pete Patel … *swoon*".

One said of Anita Sharma: "Boys would ask her out, copy her maths homework and then dump her."

Another said of Gina Williamson: "Head girl."

Oneperson tweeted: "Priti Patel as a man is disquietingly hot, and you were all thinking it."

Another said: "Is it bad I think Dominic Raab is gorgeous?"

Former Brexit Party MEP Lucy said of Beatrice, or Boris: "She…..she looks like me."

A few old faces were chucked in for fun too – anyone remember Michael Thatcher, or Tim May?

No, us neither.

And a fellow account shared a great snap of Dominique Cummings – with a fetching blonde haircut to match.




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