The wedding between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his girlfriend Carrie Symonds would already have taken place in great secrecy. This is what the British tabloids ‘The Sun’ and ‘Mail on Sunday’ have revealed, specifying that the wedding was celebrated at Westminster Cathedral in front of a small group of family and friends. From Downing Street comes a sharp no comment to requests for confirmation: “I have strict instructions not to comment,” a spokesperson said. Press revelations about the alleged secret nuptials come just days after the couple said they had sent a note to friends and family to say they will get married on July 30, 2022. According to ‘The Sun’, senior officials on Downing Street would also be Completely unaware of the secret marriage. Engaged since December 2019, Johnson, 56, with two other marriages behind him, and Symonds, 33, had Wilfred, the British Prime Minister’s sixth child, a year ago, according to tabloids. About thirty people attended the ceremony and all received the invitation at the last minute. The wedding was celebrated in the Catholic cathedral by Father Daniel Humphries, the same one who baptized the couple’s son last year.According to ‘The Sun’ the secret operation was prepared for months and today, shortly after 1:30 pm, the church was emptied, with staff telling visitors that it was going into lockdown. Half an hour later, the premier’s future wife arrived in a limousine, wearing a long white dress, without a veil.The Covid regulations still in force limit the maximum number of guests to a wedding to 30, even if the limit is expected to be lifted on January 21st. Many couples held restricted marriages during Covid, postponing the celebrations until after the pandemic ended. Symonds is a practicing Catholic, while Johnson left her mother’s Catholicism for the Anglican church when she was in Eton. One of the guests, the tabloid reveals. ‘Mail on Sunday’ described the bride as “extremely happy” and the premier “very elegant” and “unable to look away from the bride”. Johnson’s father Stanley was photographed in front of Downing Street this afternoon with his daughter Julia. Johnson and Symonds were the first unmarried couple to move into the British premier’s residence.