British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (56) and his fiancée Carrie Symonds (33) married in a small private ceremony in London, U.K. on Saturday
The couple wed at the Roman Catholic Westminster Cathedral in front of a small group of friends and family. The guests were invited at the last minute to the central London ceremony.
According to newspaper report, the Catholic cathedral was suddenly locked down at 1:30 p.m. (1230 GMT) and Ms. Symonds, arrived 30 minutes later in a limo, in a long white dress with no veil.
Under current coronavirus restrictions in England, weddings can be attended by a maximum of 30 people.
The couple announced their engagement in February 2020 they have a son together, 1-year-old Wilfred.
The marriage would be Ms. Symonds’ first and Johnson’s third. He has at least five other children from previous relationships.
The last British Prime Minister to marry in office was Lord Liverpool in 1822.
After the wedding the politicians sent congratulations message to Johnson.
Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster tweeted: “Huge congratulations to Boris Johnson & Carrie Symonds on your wedding today.”