Boris and Carrie Johnson are getting married party on Saturday at the Cotswolds of major Tory sponsor.
outgoing prime minister, aged 58, and his wife, aged 34, will be presenters family and friends in the 18th-century Daylesford House mansion in Gloucestershire owned by Anthony Bamford, chair of construction equipment JCB manufacturer.
Johnson abandoned plans Keep celebration in prime ministers official country residence, Checkers in Buckinghamshire, after allegations that he using in event delay his departure office.
The huge white tent is crowned with oatmeal has been erected in grounds of Daylesford House. event will celebrate the wedding of a couple who took place in short-key private ceremony at Westminster Cathedral in May 2021 during Covid restrictions.
Guests can relax on hay bales placed outside tent and eat and drink from barrels and small tables as they are enjoy reportedly views of meadows and orchards.
Lord Bamford, 76, covers at least some of in cost of in party in a Grade I listed mansion, reports the Mirror.
billionaire entrepreneur, who backed Johnson’s successful bid for leadership in 2019, gave more over £10 million in donations and gifts Conservatives since 2001
prime minister, who was married twice used to regularly mention JCB in speech and events and visited the plant in Gurajat during a trip to India earlier this year. year.
He crashed an excavator with the slogan “Get Brexit Done”. wall of fake bricks marked “Gridlock” during a JCB factory visit in trick in 2019 general elections campaign.
To the question about wedding celebrations No. 10 declined to comment on “private matter”.