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EXCLUSIVE: Brexit-bashed Prime Minister Theresa May finally had a smile on her face at a summit meeting. Mrs May at last found herself on top as she and husband Philip ascended Cader Idris (note to subs - can also be spelt Cadair Idris) mountain in Snowdonia, north Wales. Armed with nothing more than a pair of walking poles and a picnic, she strode out in glorious sunshine. But the peak was shrouded in mist and the changed weather forced the pair to seek shelter behind a huge rock as they settled down with their lunchboxes. It took the couple a little over two hours to scale the 893-metre (2,930-ft) mountain near Barmouth on Wednesday afternoon. The Prime Minister was all smiles as she chatted with fellow walkers at the top of the mountain. At the summit, the weather had deteriorated, prompting Mrs May to complain to her husband: ??sShame about the mist. I can???t see the view of Barmouth we were promised.??? Several fellow walkers made references to her stalled Brexit negotiations, with one quipping: ??sI hope you found the haul up the mountain easier than getting the MPs to agree a deal.??? Another said to her: ??sGlad to see you???ve found some time for a break, Prime Minister.??? Mrs May smiled and laughed at the comments but didn???t make any comment. At the summit, the Mays cracked open a picnic the PM had stored in her blue rucksack and tucked in to it in the shelter provided by a giant stone. Mr May told fellow climbers: ??sWe love the Welsh hills.??? The couple were warmly applauded at the top by the 20 or so other walkers ascending the mountain at the same time. The Prime Minister???s personal protection team, made up of five bodyguards, remained close but not obtrusive throughout the couple???s time on the mountain. One walker said: ??sShe seemed incredibly relaxed and was smiling all the way up and all the way down. ??sYou would ???t think she???s in the middle of the most difficult period period in recent British history. ??sHer problems seemed a million miles away.??? Cader Idris lies at the southern tip of the Snowdonia National Park and is named after the mythological giant Idris, skilled in poetry, astronomy and philosophy. According to legend, a lake at the foot of the mountain is said to be bottomless. Those who sleep alone at its side, myth purports, are condemned to awake the following morning insane. Pictured: Theresa May World Rights
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EXCLUSIVE: Brexit-bashed Prime Minister Theresa May finally had a smile on her face at a summit meeting. Mrs May at last found herself on top as she and husband Philip ascended Cader Idris (note to subs - can also be spelt Cadair Idris) mountain in Snowdonia, north Wales. Armed with nothing more than a pair of walking poles and a picnic, she strode out in glorious sunshine. But the peak was shrouded in mist and the changed weather forced the pair to seek shelter behind a huge rock as they settled down with their lunchboxes. It took the couple a little over two hours to scale the 893-metre (2,930-ft) mountain near Barmouth on Wednesday afternoon. The Prime Minister was all smiles as she chatted with fellow walkers at the top of the mountain. At the summit, the weather had deteriorated, prompting Mrs May to complain to her husband: ??sShame about the mist. I can???t see the view of Barmouth we were promised.??? Several fellow walkers made references to her stalled Brexit negotiations, with one quipping: ??sI hope you found the haul up the mountain easier than getting the MPs to agree a deal.??? Another said to her: ??sGlad to see you???ve found some time for a break, Prime Minister.??? Mrs May smiled and laughed at the comments but didn???t make any comment. At the summit, the Mays cracked open a picnic the PM had stored in her blue rucksack and tucked in to it in the shelter provided by a giant stone. Mr May told fellow climbers: ??sWe love the Welsh hills.??? The couple were warmly applauded at the top by the 20 or so other walkers ascending the mountain at the same time. The Prime Minister???s personal protection team, made up of five bodyguards, remained close but not obtrusive throughout the couple???s time on the mountain. One walker said: ??sShe seemed incredibly relaxed and was smiling all the way up and all the way down. ??sYou would ???t think she???s in the middle of the most difficult period period in recent British history. ??sHer problems seemed a million miles away.??? Cader Idris lies at the southern tip of the Snowdonia National Park and is named after the mythological giant Idris, skilled in poetry, astronomy and philosophy. According to legend, a lake at the foot of the mountain is said to be bottomless. Those who sleep alone at its side, myth purports, are condemned to awake the following morning insane. Pictured: World Rights
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EXCLUSIVE: Brexit-bashed Prime Minister Theresa May finally had a smile on her face at a summit meeting. Mrs May at last found herself on top as she and husband Philip ascended Cader Idris (note to subs - can also be spelt Cadair Idris) mountain in Snowdonia, north Wales. Armed with nothing more than a pair of walking poles and a picnic, she strode out in glorious sunshine. But the peak was shrouded in mist and the changed weather forced the pair to seek shelter behind a huge rock as they settled down with their lunchboxes. It took the couple a little over two hours to scale the 893-metre (2,930-ft) mountain near Barmouth on Wednesday afternoon. The Prime Minister was all smiles as she chatted with fellow walkers at the top of the mountain. At the summit, the weather had deteriorated, prompting Mrs May to complain to her husband: ??sShame about the mist. I can???t see the view of Barmouth we were promised.??? Several fellow walkers made references to her stalled Brexit negotiations, with one quipping: ??sI hope you found the haul up the mountain easier than getting the MPs to agree a deal.??? Another said to her: ??sGlad to see you???ve found some time for a break, Prime Minister.??? Mrs May smiled and laughed at the comments but didn???t make any comment. At the summit, the Mays cracked open a picnic the PM had stored in her blue rucksack and tucked in to it in the shelter provided by a giant stone. Mr May told fellow climbers: ??sWe love the Welsh hills.??? The couple were warmly applauded at the top by the 20 or so other walkers ascending the mountain at the same time. The Prime Minister???s personal protection team, made up of five bodyguards, remained close but not obtrusive throughout the couple???s time on the mountain. One walker said: ??sShe seemed incredibly relaxed and was smiling all the way up and all the way down. ??sYou would ???t think she???s in the middle of the most difficult period period in recent British history. ??sHer problems seemed a million miles away.??? Cader Idris lies at the southern tip of the Snowdonia National Park and is named after the mythological giant Idris, skilled in poetry, astronomy and philosophy. According to legend, a lake at the foot of the mountain is said to be bottomless. Those who sleep alone at its side, myth purports, are condemned to awake the following morning insane. Pictured: World Rights
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EXCLUSIVE: Brexit-bashed Prime Minister Theresa May finally had a smile on her face at a summit meeting. Mrs May at last found herself on top as she and husband Philip ascended Cader Idris (note to subs - can also be spelt Cadair Idris) mountain in Snowdonia, north Wales. Armed with nothing more than a pair of walking poles and a picnic, she strode out in glorious sunshine. But the peak was shrouded in mist and the changed weather forced the pair to seek shelter behind a huge rock as they settled down with their lunchboxes. It took the couple a little over two hours to scale the 893-metre (2,930-ft) mountain near Barmouth on Wednesday afternoon. The Prime Minister was all smiles as she chatted with fellow walkers at the top of the mountain. At the summit, the weather had deteriorated, prompting Mrs May to complain to her husband: ??sShame about the mist. I can???t see the view of Barmouth we were promised.??? Several fellow walkers made references to her stalled Brexit negotiations, with one quipping: ??sI hope you found the haul up the mountain easier than getting the MPs to agree a deal.??? Another said to her: ??sGlad to see you???ve found some time for a break, Prime Minister.??? Mrs May smiled and laughed at the comments but didn???t make any comment. At the summit, the Mays cracked open a picnic the PM had stored in her blue rucksack and tucked in to it in the shelter provided by a giant stone. Mr May told fellow climbers: ??sWe love the Welsh hills.??? The couple were warmly applauded at the top by the 20 or so other walkers ascending the mountain at the same time. The Prime Minister???s personal protection team, made up of five bodyguards, remained close but not obtrusive throughout the couple???s time on the mountain. One walker said: ??sShe seemed incredibly relaxed and was smiling all the way up and all the way down. ??sYou would ???t think she???s in the middle of the most difficult period period in recent British history. ??sHer problems seemed a million miles away.??? Cader Idris lies at the southern tip of the Snowdonia National Park and is named after the mythological giant Idris, skilled in poetry, astronomy and philosophy. According to legend, a lake at the foot of the mountain is said to be bottomless. Those who sleep alone at its side, myth purports, are condemned to awake the following morning insane. Pictured: Theresa May World Rights
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EXCLUSIVE: Brexit-bashed Prime Minister Theresa May finally had a smile on her face at a summit meeting. Mrs May at last found herself on top as she and husband Philip ascended Cader Idris (note to subs - can also be spelt Cadair Idris) mountain in Snowdonia, north Wales. Armed with nothing more than a pair of walking poles and a picnic, she strode out in glorious sunshine. But the peak was shrouded in mist and the changed weather forced the pair to seek shelter behind a huge rock as they settled down with their lunchboxes. It took the couple a little over two hours to scale the 893-metre (2,930-ft) mountain near Barmouth on Wednesday afternoon. The Prime Minister was all smiles as she chatted with fellow walkers at the top of the mountain. At the summit, the weather had deteriorated, prompting Mrs May to complain to her husband: ??sShame about the mist. I can???t see the view of Barmouth we were promised.??? Several fellow walkers made references to her stalled Brexit negotiations, with one quipping: ??sI hope you found the haul up the mountain easier than getting the MPs to agree a deal.??? Another said to her: ??sGlad to see you???ve found some time for a break, Prime Minister.??? Mrs May smiled and laughed at the comments but didn???t make any comment. At the summit, the Mays cracked open a picnic the PM had stored in her blue rucksack and tucked in to it in the shelter provided by a giant stone. Mr May told fellow climbers: ??sWe love the Welsh hills.??? The couple were warmly applauded at the top by the 20 or so other walkers ascending the mountain at the same time. The Prime Minister???s personal protection team, made up of five bodyguards, remained close but not obtrusive throughout the couple???s time on the mountain. One walker said: ??sShe seemed incredibly relaxed and was smiling all the way up and all the way down. ??sYou would ???t think she???s in the middle of the most difficult period period in recent British history. ??sHer problems seemed a million miles away.??? Cader Idris lies at the southern tip of the Snowdonia National Park and is named after the mythological giant Idris, skilled in poetry, astronomy and philosophy. According to legend, a lake at the foot of the mountain is said to be bottomless. Those who sleep alone at its side, myth purports, are condemned to awake the following morning insane. Pictured: World Rights
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