THE PRIME Minister's baby son has been spotted in a carpet of woodland bluebells on the same day as Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds wed in secret.
One-year-old Wilfred, who has inherited his dad’s distinct blond mop, was snapped on Instagram by his mother enjoying a day out.
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For his trip away from Downing Street, he was dressed in a beige cardigan and navy striped leggings.
The snap was released on the same day Boris Johnson married girlfriend Carrie Symonds in a secret ceremony yesterday morning.
Mr Johnson, 56, exchanged vows with Ms Symonds, 33, in Catholic Westminster Cathedral in front of a handful of close friends and family – becoming the first Prime Minister to marry in office since Lord Liverpool married Mary Chester in 1822.
It comes just six days after the couple – who became engaged on the Caribbean island of Mustique in December 2019 and have baby Wilfred, aged one – sent out save-the-date cards to guests telling them to keep Saturday, July 30, 2022 free for a marriage celebration.
Despite sending out the cards, the couple are understood to have been secretly planning the small ceremony for six months.
Under current Covid restrictions, there is a limit of 30 guests at weddingsbut the cap is expected to be lifted on June 21 after all restrictions including social distancing are to be ditched -if it's confirmed to still go ahead by the government.
With Mr Johnson set to be back at work next week, it looks unlikely the couple will have a honeymoon.
The 30 guests were invited at the last minute, with only a handful of church officials were involved in the preparations for the service at 2pm today.
Armed police stood guard as visitors were ushered out half an hour earlier by staff who told them the building was going into lockdown,
Ms Symonds wore a white dress, without a veil, for the ceremony and walked down the aisle to the strains of classical music.
They kissed after exchanging their vows for Father Daniel Humphreys, who baptised Wilfred into the faith at the same cathedral last autumn.
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