Wilf’s ultimutt Day at the Zoo: Wilfred Johnson’s two-year-old son meets his Paw Patrol heroes

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Their father is still busy as Prime Minister for this week, while Romy & Wilf Johnson are enjoying an easy day yesterday. 

Two-year-old Wilfred met some of his favourite TV stars – characters Chase, Skye, Rubble and Marshall from hit cartoon series Paw Patrols – at the Port Lympne Reserve in Kent. 

The reserve is part Of the Aspinall Foundation where Carrie, 34, works. Romy, eight-months-old, took a stroll around the reserve’s wildlife park.

In one photo, Wilf can be seen trying to hug Chase the police German Shepherd who is Paw Patrol’s main star.

Two-year-old Wilfred, above, met some of his favourite TV stars – characters Chase, Skye, Rubble and Marshall from hit cartoon series Paw Patrols – at the Port Lympne Reserve in Kent

The reserve is part Of the Aspinall Foundation where Carrie, 34, works. Romy, eight months old, enjoyed a tour of the reserve’s wildlife parks.

Wilf is seen trying to hug Chase the police German Shepherd who is Paw Patrol’s main star.

Mrs Johnson captioned photos with the words “Dreams can come true”Then, follow by an emoji representing a shooting star.

Paw Patrol is Wilfred’s favourite television show, just like millions of other toddlers.

Romy was taken on a safari through the park, where she saw a rhinoceros.

She was dressed in a fruity-patterned frock and sat outside the truck together with Mrs Johnson, 33. The proud mother wrote beside her photo. ‘Magic’A red heart emoticon.

Romy was spotted in the park on safari, where she saw an endangered rhinoceros.

Wilf looking at the animals. Canadian-made Paw Patrol has made a profit of around £3 billion since it launched in 2013

A movie spin-off of the series which was released in August 2021 took £12 million on its opening weekend alone

After Wilfred’s return to work, Mrs Johnson started working for Aspinall Foundation January 2021.

Canadian-made Paw Patrol has made a profit of around £3 billion since it launched in 2013. 

A movie spin-off of the series which was released in August 2021 took £12 million on its opening weekend alone.

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