Boris Johnson marries Carrie Symonds in secret ceremony at Westminster Cathedral

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Mr Johnson tied the knot with Carrie in front of a group of friends and family earlier today, despite sending out invitations to guests telling them to save the date on Saturday, July 30, 2022. He is the first Prime Minister to marry in office since Lord Liverpool married Mary Chester in 1822. 

One witness told the Sun that the cathedral went into lockdown for the half-hour service.

They said: “It was closed for about half an hour and they all came out after.

“It’s not very often we have weddings here, and when they came out they were all bungled into a car.

“It looked like nobody wanted to see who it was.”

Another member of staff said: “Yes, there was a wedding. It was the Prime Minister. 

“Carrie looked beautiful. She had a long white dress with no veil. She looked made up. 

“He was extremely happy as you can imagine, he looked very smart, and was in a very dapper suit.

“She came down the aisle and he didn’t take his eyes off her.

“They read each other’s vows and then they shared a kiss. 

“They looked besotted.”


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