UK Media: Boris Johnson secretly married Carrie Symonds in Westminster

It would have been a secret ceremony at Westminster Cathedral. There, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his girlfriend Carrie Symonds may have said ‘yes’ on Saturday 29 May, according to news published exclusively by the Sun and picked up by various UK media. A few days ago the media envisaged the union for 2022 instead.

Top secret ceremony

Since it was leaked, only the couple, the officer, and about 30 last-minute invited guests at Top Secret Wedding (third for Johnson) would have been seen as the protagonists. Shortly before the incident, tourists were returned inside Westminster on the grounds that “the building had to be closed”. The bride – in a long white dress but without a veil – arrived in a limousine, entered the church from the main west door, near Victoria Metro Station. Sources of the sun refer to a walk along the aisle to exchange the sound of classical music and the aftermath of a kiss vows. A one-year-old son, Wilfred, was also present.

Maximum protection

Apparently the church was operated by the police, albeit with prudence. The ceremony lasted for about half an hour, according to the stories of tourists who were waiting for it to reopen to be able to enter. Other rumors suggest that, to limit the risk of spreading the news, invitation cards were sent to guests only six days ago.

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