LONDON – UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson married his fiancee Carrie Symonds in a private ceremony at Westminster Cathedral, according to the BBC.
According to the press, the wedding was held in front of intimate friends and family.
Downing Street, on the other hand, has declined to comment.
According to the Mail, 30 guests were invited to the ceremony on short notice — the maximum number of participants permitted by Covid limits in England.
According to the BBC, a small number of church officials were involved in the arrangements for the Catholic event, which was presided by Father Daniel Humphreys.
Symonds, 33, who wore a white gown to renew vows with the prime minister, is said to have arrived in a limo appr