The personal pictures present how the PM criss-crossed the nation as he tried to drum up assist within the final gruelling section of the election marketing campaign.
The celebration took an audacious bet by targeting Labour Leave heartlands, wooing a swathe of seats which in some instances had never voted Tory.
Johnson even got a "man hug" from Cameron.
And though based on polls audiences didn't observe a clear victor general, about the metrics which mattered - Brexit coverage, who'd make the best highest, and financial proficiency - Mr Johnson appeared nicely on top.
After the results were announced, Johnson gave a roaring speech and said that the British people left no room for "ifs and buts".
A spokesman for Johnson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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By Thursday evening the PM was assured sufficient of victory that he didn't draft a resignation speech, as his predecessors have performed.
Johnson is expected to do only a modest reshuffle of his cabinet in the coming days to replace the ministers who sat in the election but in February, after Brexit, he will make major changes to the team he hopes will deliver on his promises. his election for internal reform, the Sunday Times said.
Nevertheless, he believed he would scrape dwelling with exclusively a slender majority of perhaps ten MPs.
Wearing the same suit he was seen in while addressing the country from the steps of 10 Downing Street, Mr Johnson was joined by a host of other famous faces including Sir Bob Geldof, David Hasselhoff and Jemima Goldsmith.
A tv was wheeled in, together with Mr Johnson flanked with his closest aides and Ms Symonds, all grimly sipping tea as the minutes ticked down to ten o'clock.
Johnson's conservatives routed their chief rivals in Labour under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn.