Dressed down while out for a walk, David Cameron looks very different from the sharp-suited politician of years past.
In fact, the former Conservative leader appears to have taken some ill-advised style tips from his predecessor William Hague, who famously wore a succession of baseball caps after he took over the party in 1997, inviting much ridicule.
For his part, Mr Cameron looked every inch the middle-aged dad as he emerged from a Ford Transit van with his burly security detail in Kensington, West London, last week.
David Cameron (left) appears to have taken some ill-advised style tips from his predecessor William Hague (right) as he dressed down for a walk in Kensington, London
The 54-year-old looked healthier and smarter the following day when he gave an interview to Sky News about US President-Elect Joe Biden’s victory.
Dressed in a suit and proudly sporting a poppy, he predicted that ‘the US and Joe Biden will find Britain a very capable partner’ on issues such as climate change and counter-terrorism.
He later appeared on Radio 4, where he rebuked Sir John Major’s comment that Britain is no longer a ‘first-rate power’ post-Brexit, saying ‘we shouldn’t underestimate’ the country.