‘Boris to marry fiancée Carrie in July 2022’

In February last year, Johnson, 55, and Symonds, 31, — the first unwed couple to occupy 10 Downing Street in such a fashion – said they were engaged to be married…reports Asian Lite News.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his fiancée Carrie Symonds are planning to get married in July next year, according to a media report.

According to a report from The Sun, Johnson and fiancée have sent wedding invitations to family and friends for July 30, 2022.

However, the wedding destination remains a closely guarded secret, according to The Sun.

In February last year, Johnson, 55, and Symonds, 31, — the first unwed couple to occupy 10 Downing Street in such a fashion – said they were engaged to be married.

Johnson’s union with Miss Symonds will be his third marriage. They share a son named Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson, born last year.

Symonds, a conservationist, and former Conservative Party communications chief, first found herself making headlines when she was romantically linked to Johnson earlier in 2019.

But her association with Johnson dates back to when she worked on his successful re-election bid at City Hall in 2012, The Irish Times reported.

The Conservative Prime Minister, who took office in July and won a decisive election victory in December, will become the first British prime minister to marry in office for 250 years.

UK PM formally divorces 2nd wife (IANS)

Last year, Johnson reached a divorce settlement with Marina Wheeler, a British lawyer he married in 1993. The couple, who were childhood friends, have four children. They separated in 2018.

Johnson met his first wife, Allegra Mostyn-Owen when they were both students at Oxford University. They married in 1987 when they were 23 years old. Twelve days after their divorce in 1993, Johnson married Wheeler, who was visibly pregnant with their first child. (with inputs from ANI)

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