The Prime Minister's wife, who currently has more than one million followers on Twitter, plans to continue to update fans on her day-to-day life whilst on the campaign trail with her husband.
"Well I'm not really going to change anything. I'm going to carry on reporting on my days and what I do.
"I love my Twitter followers, I love the exchanges I have with them. Of course I'm going to be out there, campaigning to re-elect a Labour government."
Mrs Brown has certainly raised her public profile by tweeting about her daily goings-on. She says that she will not be using Twitter as a political tool to assist her husband and shall instead continue to use the site as she always has.
"Twitter is to talk about my day and find out what other people are doing and that's how it's going to stay."
Downing streets official twitter account @DowningStreet, has however announced to its 1.7 million followers that there would be slightly less tweets about the PM's whereabouts, stating: ''In line with guidance for civil servants, @DowningStreet updates will be restricted during run up to election.''
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