Boris Johnson has reportedly married Carrie Symonds today at Westminster Cathedral in a ceremony planned in strict secrecy, according to newspapers.
The pair are said to have exchanged vows in front of a small group of close friends and family, the Mail on Sunday and The Sun newspaper have reported.
The ceremony had been planned for six months and a handful of church officials were involved in the preparation, according to the Sun.
los 30 guests invited, the maximum number under current lockdown restrictions, are said to have only been informed at the last minute.
It comes just days after reports said the prime minister and Symonds were said to have sent save-the-date cards to family and friends for an event on 30 mes de julio 2022.
The newspaper also reported that, shortly after 1.30pm, staff at the cathedral told visitors to evacuate as the building was going into lockdown.
A limousine transporting Symonds, 33, arrived into the piazza outside the main west door.
The couple’s year-old son Wilfred is believed to have attended the nuptials along with two official witnesses.
The ceremony was reportedly carried out by Father Daniel Humphreys who had baptised Wilfred last year.
One witness told the newspaper: “It was closed for about half an hour and they all came out after.
“It’s not very often we have weddings here, and when they came out they were all bungled into a car.”
Northern Ireland first minister Arlene Foster tweeted her congratulations to the couple.
A Downing Street spokesperson would not comment on the reports when asked by the Guardian.