Boris Johnson got married walking in the footsteps of Lord Liverpool

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It is a fairy tale that took place between a conservative girl Carrie Symonds, and her “boss” Boris Johnson.

THE A secret ceremony of 30 minutes took place in the chapel of Panagia Abbey of Westminster Abbey, by Father Daniel Humphreys, head of the cathedral, who also baptized Wilfred – son of Johnson and Simmonds – there last fall. A limousine brought the bride to the west door of the temple.

Boris Johnson wore a dark blue suit, blue tie, while the 33-year-old bride wore an impressive one Christos Costarelos embroidered white dress worth 8 2,870, but he chose to rent it from My Wardrobe HQ for just λί 45 a day. In her hair she chose a wreath of flowers. According to the Daily Mail, the bride walked to the Abbey with sounds of classical music, and was “very, very happy”. The wedding dress was in a maxi line of ivory tulle and silk, closed with a high neck and impressive bell-shaped sleeves.

The prime minister chose his younger brother Leo as his best man. While his other two brothers were present at the wedding.

Their son is said to have accompanied his parents. The photo that was released was taken by Rebecca Fulton.

The couple’s mothers and a few guests attended after the wedding at the Downing Street Garden Summer Party with music from the Fiddlin ‘About acoustic trio. The bride’s father was not present. It is not known if he was invited by the couple. The prime minister’s father, Stanley Johnson, was photographed smiling outside the prime minister’s residence with his youngest daughter.

Another photo tweeted by Secretary of State James Cleverley showed the couple looking relaxed at each other in the garden after the wedding. Taking off his jacket, Johnson showed off his crumpled shirt and was not wearing a wedding ring. The bride was barefoot. In the background of the photo is the table which is made of straw bales with drinks and colorful ribbons hanging between the trees.

Weddings in England are subject to severe restrictions due to the pandemic and up to 30 people are allowed to attend the ceremony.

Boris Johnson is the first prime minister to marry in 199 years. He followed in the footsteps of Lord Liverpool, who married Mary Chester in 1822 and was prime minister for 15 years. Carrie Samonds is the third wife of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

A spokesman confirmed that: “the couple will celebrate their wedding with family and friends next summer».

Before the wedding, Ms. Johnson shared on Instagram a photo of her blond son Wilfred in a green area with hyacinths, leading some to speculate that it was a secret reference to the tradition of the bride wearing “something blue” big wedding day.

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