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Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds ‘will marry in July next year’ 

Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds ‘will marry in July next year and have sent save-the-date cards to friends’

  • PM and Carrie Symonds have sent out save-the-date cards to friends and family
  • The pair got engaged in 2019 but had to delay the wedding due to coronavirus
  • Friends of the couple claim they will host the gathering next year to be safe

Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds are due to marry next year. 

The Prime Minister, 56, and Ms Symonds, 33, have sent out save-the-date cards to friends and family for the event on July 30, 2022, The Sun reports. 

The pair got engaged in 2019 but had to delay the wedding due to the coronavirus crisis.

It is not yet known where exactly they will celebrate the occasion, but friends of the couple claim they will host the large gathering next year, when the Covid crisis will hopefully have died down. 

The Prime Minister, 56, and Ms Symonds, 33, have sent out save-the-date cards to friends and family for the event on July 30, 2022

Mr Johnson’s Buckinghamshire country pile, Chequers, is tipped to host the wedding, reports say. Other possible locations include Kent’s Port Lympne safari park, where Ms Symonds works. 

Mr Johnson and Ms Symonds are the first unmarried couple to live in Downing Street, having moved in during July 2019.  

The PM proposed while on holiday in Mustique in the Caribbean, shortly his party won an impressive majority in the December 2019 General Election, reports say. 

Their engagement, and news that Ms Symonds was pregnant, was announced in February last year. 

The couple’s son Wilfred was born in April that year.  

Mr Johnson and Ms Symonds had first been pictured together in 2018, during a fundraiser. 

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