Boris Johnson married Carrie Simmonds at Westminster Cathedral

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The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson married his partner Carrie Simonts on Saturday morning in a secret ceremony, as revealed late at night by Sunday DailyMail. The 56-year-old prime minister and his 33-year-old partner were united in the sacred bonds of marriage at Westminster Cathedral. According to information, the church was suddenly locked today after noon and a little later Simonts arrived there. The ceremony was so secret that very few people were present, including close family friends.

It is noted that Boris Johnson became the first incumbent Prime Minister to marry after Lord Liverpool, who married Mary Chester in 1822. At the same time, Boris Johnson and Carrie Simmons were the first unmarried prime minister couple to reside in the prime minister’s residence. In fact, their wedding took place just six days after the prime minister couple sent save the date cards. The identities of the 30 guests are unknown at this time, but Stanley Johnson, Boris Johnson’s father, appeared to be smiling outside the temple.

All the guests were invited at the last minute and only a few church officials attended. Even Downing Street No. 10 employees were literally caught asleep, according to sources. The wedding ceremony was performed by Father Daniel Humphries.

In fact, the same priest last year baptized the couple’s son.

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