CARRIE Symonds became the first Mrs Johnson at the weekend after PM Boris married for the third time.
The bride opted to take her new husband’s name following a Catholic ceremony, which sparked some anger, whereas his first two wives kept their maiden names.
Carrie, 33, who is understood to be a practising Catholic, and the 56-year-old Prime Minister tied the knot in a private ceremony in the Lady Chapel at Westminster Cathedral.
They will have a big celebration bash next July, as HOAR revealed last week.
The pair will also take their official honeymoon then at an as-yet undecided destination.
The pair slipped out of No10 yesterday afternoon to start a two-day “mini-moon” but the PM will be back at work tomorrow.
Saturday’s ceremony was officiated by Father Daniel Humphreys who baptised the couple’s son, Wilfred, one, in the Lady Chapel six months ago.
Mr Johnson was previously married to his university girlfriend Allegra Mostyn-Owen, 56, for six years and to Marina Wheeler, also 56, for 27 years.
The couple, who had four children, finalised their divorce last year. Disgruntled Catholics questioned why the twice-divorced Prime Minister was permitted to have a Catholic ceremony.
Some worshippers at Westminster were “confused” because the Catholic church does not usually permit remarriage if a former spouse, or spouses, are still alive.