Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds’ wedding photos are out

Yolanda Curtis
May 30, 2021

One guest at today's wedding told the Mail on Sunday when asked if the Prime Minister had Wednesday: "You are not barking up the wrong tree".

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his fiancée Carrie Symonds married Saturday in a small private ceremony in London, UK newspapers have reported.

The Sun suggests Ms Symonds wore white - but no veil.

Celebrations for family and friends are due for July 30, 2022, ES reports.

It is believed that armed police were standing by for the ceremony. This was confirmed by his Downing Street office and now pictures from the event has been shared.

The Sun reported that the ceremony at the Catholic cathedral was carried out by Father Daniel Humphreys who had given the couple pre-marriage instructions, and baptised Wilfred a year ago.


When they moved in in July 2019, Mr Johnson and Ms Symonds were the first unmarried couple to live in Downing Street. Mr Johnson proposed while the pair were on holiday in Mustique.

He was previously married at the age of 23 to Allegra Mostyn-Owen in 1987.

In this Monday, March 9, 2020, file photo Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his partner Carrie Symonds arrive to attend the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London.

The couple, who share son Wilfred, aged one, were first linked in early 2019 and the marriage would be Mr Johnson's third.

He later married Marina Wheeler in 1993, but they separated in 2018.

It is understood Ms Symonds will take her husband's surname and be known as Carrie Johnson.


Current coronavirus restrictions in England limit attendants of a wedding ceremony to 30.

Wedding receptions are also allowed for up to 30 people in a Covid-secure venue or outdoors.

But dancing is advised against due to the increased risk of transmission, except for the couple's traditional first dance. Johnson's aides were not informed of the ceremony in advance.

Children's Minister Vicky Ford also tweeted a congratulatory message.

The Sun said senior Downing Street aides did not know about the wedding.


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