British prime minister Boris Johnson was the talk of the town after secretly marrying 33-year-old Carrie Symonds at Westminster Cathedral on Saturday.
Today show hosts Allison Langdon and Karl Stefanovic had a few things to say about the nuptials, while viewing a slideshow of some wedding photos released, with Ally unable to resist taking a small swipe at the groom's wedding attire.
Newsreader Alex Cullen shared the news during Monday's program, saying: "Here's your first look at Boris Johnson's wedding from the weekend, with these photos emerging this morning."
Karl Stefanovic was the first to chime in, saying: "He's quite the catch, isn't he?"
To which Ally added: "Reckon he could've ironed his shirt for the occasion?"
Alex couldn't help joining in with his own jab.
"And wore a tie? At least he wore shoes. She [Carrie] didn't apparently. She was barefoot. Nice summer touch."
Boris is only the second British prime minister to marry while in office, and the first in nearly two centuries with Robert Jenkinson the last in 1822.
The nuptials were a surprise development, after reports earlier this week said the couple had sent out "save the date" cards for a wedding on July 30 next year.
However, they have been waiting months to tie the knot after their original plans to marry last year were delayed by the pandemic.
The pair got engaged in December, 2019, and have a one-year-old baby son, Wilfred.
Around 30 guests attended Saturday's service — the maximum currently allowed under coronavirus rules — in central London, after being invited at the last minute, according to the Mail on Sunday.
A small number of church officials were involved and Downing Street aides were not informed, sources told the paper.
However, The Sun reported the couple had been planning the "cloak and danger operation" for a secret ceremony for up to six months.
Additional reporting by AFP.
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