British Prime Minister, Boris johnsonMarried her fiance Carrie Symonds in a secret ceremony this Saturday (29). The wedding was initially reported by the British media outlets and, on Sunday (30), by the government The uk Information confirmed.
Boris Johnson, 56, known for her busy love life, married 33-year-old Carrie Symonds at the Catholic Cathedral of Westminster in the presence of close friends and family, with newspapers “Mail on Sunday” and “The Sun” Told.
Thus Johnson became the second British Prime Minister after Robert Jenkinson to marry in 1822 during his tenure.
Due to the epidemic, the couple waited for months to get married, postponing the ceremony that had taken place last year. They were engaged in December 2019 and have a one-year-old son, Wilfred.
According to “Mail on Sunday”, after being invited at the last minute, about thirty people attended the ceremony – the maximum currently authorized.
The wedding was celebrated by the same priest who baptized the couple’s son – who was also present at the ceremony – adding “The Sun”.
Boris was already married twice. He had four children with his previous wife, lawyer Marina Wheeler, from whom he separated in 2018. They will also have a daughter who was born in an affair.
When elected in 2019, Johnson became the first head of government to live on Downing Street with his unmarried partner.
Former Conservative Party communications officer Carrie Symonds gave birth to her son weeks after Johnson left the intensive care unit, where he was admitted After the coronavirus contracted.