Saturday, 6 July 2013
PHOTOS: Barefoot David Cameron 'chillaxes' in the Cornbury Music Festival wearing a pair of fake Ray-Ban sunglasses
He is known for his love of 'chillaxing', and David Cameron looked particularly laid-back today as he soaked up the sun with his family at the Cornbury Music Festival in the Cotswolds.
However, the Prime Minister raised eyebrows with his choice of attire as he walked around the site barefoot and feeling funky in a pair of £1.99 fake Ray-Ban sunglasses - suggesting that he may have fallen victim of the government's austerity measures....lol!
Kicking back: David Cameron, who is known for his love of 'chillaxing', went barefoot as he navigated the grounds of the Cornbury festival in the Cotswolds
Cost-effective: The Prime Minister sported a pair of knock-off Ray-Ban sunglasses at the event
Bargain: The 'Ray-Beri' shades fetch as little as £1.99 on eBay compared to more than £120 for real Ray-Bans
The knock-off sunglasses fetch as little as £1.99 on auction site eBay, while original Ray-Bans cost upwards of £120.
Sporting a black polo shirt with khaki shorts and flip-flops this afternoon, Mr Cameron was joined by Samantha and their three children on the second day of the three-day event on the Great Tew Estate, in his Witney constituency.
Family outing: The Prime Minister attends the festival every year with his wife Samantha and children
Sunshine: David Cameron holds a pair of sandals as his daughter grips onto his arm at the festival
The Camerons - along with their children Nancy, Arthur and Florence - shared a private lunch with the estate’s owners before heading to the main arena at the festival.
The Conservative leader was then seen admiring a stall of colourful tutus with eldest daughter Nancy before the family were whisked away from the festival’s campsite.
The festival boasts music across four stages and also has an exclusive VIP area.
VIP: The Prime Minister shared a private lunch with the estate's owners before heading to the main arena at the festival
Shopping: Samantha and the children were seen browsing the festival's many stalls, including one featuring colourful tutus