Boris Johnson’s marriage certificate displays record of first PM to wed in office in almost 200 years
HERE is Boris Johnson’s historic marriage certificate.
The record of the first PM to wed in office in almost 200 years was published today.
Boris Johnson’s marriage certificate has been published[/caption]
The Sun on Sunday obtained a copy after it was made available at Westminster Register Office.
Boris’s occupation is listed as “Prime Minister of the United Kingdom” and his full name is given as Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.
Carrie’s job is given as a director of communications and her full name is Caroline Louise Bevan Symonds.
The certificate gives their address as 11-12 Downing Street, the PM’s official flat.
The priest was Father Daniel Humphreys who baptised the couple’s son Wilfred last year.
The witnesses were close friends of Carrie’s — Janna Lawrence and Catherine Humphrey.
Boris and Carrie were married at Downing Street on May 29[/caption]
The priest at the wedding was Father Daniel Humphreys[/caption]
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Boris, 57, married Carrie, 33, at Westminster Cathedral on May 29.
It was followed by a celebration in the garden at No10.
The previous PM to marry while in Office was Lord Liverpool, who wed Mary Chester in 1822.
Boris and Carrie on holiday in Scotland last year with their son Wilfred[/caption]