CARRIE Symonds married Boris Johnson in a £2,900 dress by a Greek luxury designer – and it’s already sold out.
The PM, 56, and his 33-year-old bride had their top secret wedding at Westminster Cathedral yesterday.
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The mum-of-one wore a £2,870 embroidered tulle white dress, by Greek luxury designer Christos Costarellos.
It was a handmade gown with tiers of wispy ivory tulle spun with plenty of silk.
Latticework trims and hand-cut ‘Kopaneli’ corded lace appliqués, the designer’s signature, also set off the look.
The gown was made with a “woman who’s not afraid to shine” in mind, according to the website description.
Just a day after the ceremony, the dress has already sold out on both Modesens and Net-A-Porter.
PR guru Carrie, who is Boris’ third wife, opted not to wear a veil and chose a bohemian flower garland instead, perfect for a summer wedding in the Bank Holiday heat.
The historic wedding took place at Westminster’s tiny Lady Chapel at 2pm, in front of the couple’s one-year-old son Wilfred, and made Boris the first PM to marry while in office in 199 years.
This morning, No10 confirmed: “The Prime Minister and Ms Symonds were married yesterday afternoon in a small ceremony at Westminster Cathedral.
“The couple will celebrate their wedding with family and friends next summer.”
The event was six months in the planning but fewer than 30 guests were invited, thought to include Boris’ dad Stanley and sister Julia.
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They were all told at the last-minute and even senior advisors at No10 were kept in the dark.
The reception was held at their Downing Street home, where a marquee was erected in the garden and guests were heard singing American Pie.
The ceremony was carried out by Father Daniel Humphreys, who baptised baby Wilfred last year.