Around 14 months after their secret wedding, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (58) and his wife Carrie (34) now want to celebrate in a large circle. As British media reported, the couple invited to a big party on Saturday.
Pictures showed a marquee set up at entrepreneur Anthony Bamford’s Daylesford House estate near the village of Stow-on-the-Wold in the western English county of Gloucestershire.
Johnson originally planned to celebrate at Checkers, the Prime Minister’s country home. After criticism of the choice of a public building for private use, the outgoing prime minister changed the location.
Lord Bamford, who has sat in the House of Lords since 2013 and is considered one of the richest men in Britain, is a major contributor to Johnson’s Conservative Party. The Prime Minister made several visits to the plants of Bamford’s construction equipment manufacturer JCB.
Carrie and Boris Johnson have been together since 2018 and have two children together, two-year-old son Wilfred and seven-and-a-half-month-old daughter Romy. The couple were wed on May 29, 2021 at Westminster Catholic Cathedral in London.