British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tied the knot with fiancee Carrie Symonds at Westminster Cathedral on Saturday in a secret ceremony, the Sun and Mail on Sunday newspapers reported.
A spokeswoman for Johnson's Downing Street office denied commenting on the reports.
According to both newspapers, guests were invited at the last minute to the central London ceremony and said even senior members of Johnson's office were not informed of the wedding plans.
Given the Coronavirus restrictions, currently, weddings in England are limited to only 30 people.
The Catholic cathedral was suddenly locked down at 1:30 p.m. (1230 GMT) and in 30 minutes, Symonds, 33, arrived in a luxury car - limo, wearing a long white dress with no veil, both reports said.
The wedding vows were reportedly carried out by Father Daniel Humphreys who had baptised Johnson’s son Wilfred last year.
Johnson, 56, and Symonds, 33, have been living together in Downing Street since Johnson became prime minister in 2019.
In 2020, the couple announced that they were engaged and were expecting their first child and in April 2020, their son Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson.
Symonds is a former press adviser to the Conservative party and regulated the broadcast coverage for the party during the 2015 general election.
Earlier this month, the Sun reported that wedding invitations were sent to friends and family for the ceremony to be held in July 2022.
Johnson has a complicated personal life and was once dismissed from the Conservative Party's policy team during his tenure in opposition for lying about an extra-marital affair.
Twice divorced, Johnson declines to commit to how many children he has fathered.
Johnson was last married to a lawyer, Marina Wheeler and had four kids together. In September 2018 they had announced their separation.