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theresa may heads out on alpine trek at start of holiday
A week on vacation in Switzerland.
The couple is a regular visitor to the Swiss Alps and the prime minister has said she likes to spend a holiday in the country because she can get some \"peace and tranquility \".
Allowing photographers to take photos at the beginning of the holiday, Ms May\'s holiday looks very different from her predecessor.
David Cameron and his wife Samantha are often photographed wearing summer clothes and having a drink on the beach --
A cafe to relax in a sunny environment.
In contrast, the Maes used the mountaineering staff to go to the forest wearing similar walking trousers, boots, polo shirts and backpacks.
Mrs May said that she and her husband \"stumbled\" on the fun of walking around Switzerland.
\"We visited the country for the first time about 25 years ago, but most of the time we were in Lucerne,\" she said.
\"On our return trip, we decided to go for a walk, enjoy it, and gradually start a more adventurous hike.
\"Since then, we have been going back and traveling all over the country.
She added: \"Switzerland is a wonderful summer resort if you are an enthusiastic walker: The scenery is spectacular and the air is fresh and you can get some peace of mind.
\"The trip came at the end of May\'s busy first month of work, and May replaced Cameron after resigning after the Brexit vote.
She swept it over.
After her appointment, she left the cabinet and got rid of Mr. Cameron\'s closest allies, including George Osborne, Michael Gove, Oliver Laibin and Nikki Morgan.
May also provided important work for key figures including Boris Johnson, Liam Fox and David Davis.
The former Home Secretary also took action to reassure Britain\'s neighbors after voting to leave the EU on June 23.
Shortly after entering the 10 th, the prime minister traveled to Scotland to meet with First Minister Nicolas Sturgeon and conducted several foreign visits to talk to European leaders.