Theresa May now has time to enjoy ‘second adolescence’ after leaving No10

This is the hilarious moment potential PM Boris Johnson appears to realise the full extent of the job ahead of him – as Theresa May runs free from No. 10.

Amusing images show 'Boris' looking pensive as a Country Life advert depicting Theresa May running through a field of wheat is unveiled today outside the Houses of Parliament.

When Theresa May returns to the cabinet she’ll be able to take more time doing what she loves, which may include running through fields of wheat.

Dealing with leaving the EU, battling Jeremy Corbyn and fending off Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party will then be the responsibility of incoming party leader, Boris Johnson .

As Mrs May embarks on her next chapter, a survey of over-55s carried out by Country Life, the British butter brand, found almost two thirds (63 per cent) have enjoyed a ‘second adolescence’; where life opens up for them again and responsibilities change.

It also emerged the typical ‘second adolescence’ starts at the age of 50 – meaning the 62 year old ex-PM has a lot of catching up to do.

Lee Willett, marketing director at Country Life butter, said: “Millions of adults are currently trapped in the daily grind, taking life day by day without looking at the bigger picture.

“However, we’ve found there’s a point in life where people look for a new taste of freedom, where you can live on your own terms regardless of what other people think.”

Key signs you’ve reached this life stage include no longer caring what other people think, being more open to talking about personal issues and choosing to pursue a life-long dream.

One in four said having more confidence to express yourself is a sign you’re reaching new levels of personal freedom.

One in ten love being able to enjoy a tipple on a Tuesday because they don’t have work the next day, thanks to the freedom of their second adolescence.

And 35 per cent of over-55s think that their children leaving home is a key trigger for the beginning of a second adolescence.

Another third (34 per cent) decided to live their life with more freedom after realising life is too short, while 43 per cent began their second adolescence after a milestone birthday – usually their 50th or 60th.

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