Pensioner Iris Jones has written to Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, asking for help to marry her Egyptian toyboy.
Speaking about Boris Johnson, Iris, 80 said: "He has got a young girlfriend... he should understand."
The Gran claims UK diplomats in Cairo have stopped her marrying her boyfriend, Mohamed Ahmed Irbriham, 35.
She recently went viral after being interviewed by This Morning hosts, Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, revealing that on their first night of passion they got through "a whole tube of KY Jelly".
Iris now hopes that Boris who is 24-years-older than his girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, will sympathise with her case.
Speaking to The Sunday Mirror, Iris said: "I wrote to Boris because I was desperate. I said, 'Boris, we're two people much in love. We just want to be together'.
"I wrote, 'Dear Mr Johnson, I know you are a man with a heart. I want to marry this gentleman from Egypt. We're meeting obstacles and setbacks. Time isn’t on my side now. I just want to spend my last days with him'."
She went on to say: "People don’t like him as PM, but he’s still a man with needs and desires like all of us. I’d write to the Queen too but she’s enough on with Harry, Meghan and Andrew."
After sending Holly and Phil into fits of laughter when she discussed her relationship, Iris revealed her lover wasn't best impressed.
"He wrote a message and said, 'I am angry. Why tell them about our personal life?' I said, 'it just suddenly came out. You have to take the rough with the smooth.'
"He is putty in my hands, I can easily calm him down. He said, 'Thank you, my angel'."
The pair met on Facebook before Iris flew to Cairo in November.
After meeting, they went to the British Embassy to check whether they could marry in Egypt, however, she didn't have her divorce papers and needed a certificate of no impediment to show there was no barrier to her getting married.
She has since sent multiple emails but claims officials have ignored her.
Tomorrow, Iris meets a registrar to discuss a certificate of no impediment and hopes to plan a wedding in Cairo, then hopes to return with Mohamed.
Downing Street has replied to Iris, saying: "The PM appreciates you taking the time to write. Your correspondence has been forwarded to the relevant department."