Johnson’s wife wears a rented dress


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson married his fiancee, Carrie Symonds, in a “secret ceremony”, which witnessed strange details reported by the British media.

The British newspaper “The Sun” reported that Johnson, who is known for his busy love life, 56, married Symonds, 33, at Westminster Catholic Cathedral, in the presence of close friends and relatives.

rented dress

The small wedding witnessed strange paradoxes, including Carrie’s decision to rent a wedding dress, to use it only during the ceremony and then return it.

And the British newspaper reported that Carey rented a wedding dress to a well-known designer, for only $ 60, so as not to spend an exorbitant amount on just one day.

The newspaper said that the real price of the dress is 4,000 dollars, but she rented it from the “MyWorddrop HQ” website, which specializes in renting wedding dresses, for only $ 60 for one day.

Controversy over the church

Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds married in a private ceremony at Westminster Catholic Cathedral, which sparked controversy for some.

Some on the Internet demanded an explanation to enable the prime minister to remarry in the church, despite the fact that he had previously married twice.

The first picture

The couple published their first photo from the wedding, where the two appeared in the simple ceremony, Carrie in her rented dress, while Johnson wore a suit with a blue tie.

simple party

Because of the laws of gatherings and weddings in Britain, the wedding was attended by only 30 people, including family and friends.

The wedding was held in a simple way in the back garden of the Prime Minister’s residence in Downing Street, on the lawn, with simple decoration for the celebration.

According to the newspaper “The Sun”, the party lasted until one in the morning, when the audience interacted with the singing of a British band, and they sat around a fire to keep warm.

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