British Prime Minister Boris Johnson married his fiancée Carrie Symonds in a secret ceremony at Westminster Cathedral on Saturday, according to two tabloids, The Mail on Sunday and The Sun.
The wedding was reportedly held in front of close friends and family, according to several British newspapers.
Following Coronavirus restrictions, there were only 30 guests including Johnson’s father Stanley, all of whom had been invited at short notice. Symonds wore a long white dress but no veil, according to the Sun.
It is the third Marriage for Johnson and the first for Carrie Symonds,33, who has recently come under scrutiny for her role in an expensive refurbishment of the prime minister’s official quarters at Downing street.
Although, a spokesperson for Johnson’s Downing street office Declined to comment on the reports.
Boris Johnson, 56, moved into his official residence in Downing street with Symonds in 2019 before his divorce from his second wife, Marina Wheeler, had been completed.
On April 29, 2020, Symonds gave birth to the couple’s first child, Wilfred. In the same, the Prime Minister was hospitalized with Coronavirus.
For the unversed the couple announced that they were engaged to be married in February 2020.
Carrie Symonds has till now enjoyed a successful political career, working as part of the campaign team that helped to Johnson re-elected as Mayor of London in 2012.
Johnson has four children from his second marriage with ex-wife Marina Wheeler. The two announced that they were splitting after 25 years of marriage in September 2018, shortly after which Johnson’s relationship with Symonds was confirmed.
Notably, A week ago, Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain and his fiancée Carrie Symonds, sent friends save the date cards for a wedding on July 22, according to several British newspapers.