- Boris Johnson got married to Marina Wheeler in 1993
- They separated in 2018, prompting Wheeler to initiate divorce proceedings in 2019
- The divorce was granted in late April
- The Prime Minister was married to Allegra Mostyn-Owen from 1987 to 1993
- In total, Boris, 55, has six children including the newborn, four of whom he had with Wheeler and one with an art consultant, Helen McIntyre
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United Kingdom (UK) Prime Minister Boris Johnson's marriage with his second wife, Marina Wheeler, has officially been terminated.
Wheeler, who got married to Boris in 1993, initiated divorce proceedings in 2019 after the two separated in 2018.
The PM is now free to marry his fiancée, Carrie Symonds, who recently gave birth to a baby boy named Wilfred Nicholas Johnson.
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Briefly.co.za learned that Boris and Symonds announced their engagement on 29 February when they disclosed they were expecting a baby in the summer.
According to reports by the Mirror, the two are expected to wed as soon as the ongoing lockdown is eased.
In total, Boris, 55, has six children including the newborn, four of whom he had with Wheeler and one with an art consultant, Helen McIntyre.
He was initially married to a socialite, Allegra Mostyn-Owen, from 1987 to 1993 before they broke up, paving way for his marriage with Wheeler.
After 27 years of marriage, Wheeler, a lawyer, initiated a divorce process which was reportedly granted in late April.
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Despite the wrangles that culminated in separation, the two are said to have had a good relationship with Wheeler receiving credit for having contributed immensely to the political growth of her husband.
Though she is a resilient woman, Wheeler is believed to have gone through turbulent times since she parted ways with Boris two years ago.
She had surgery for cervical cancer in 2019 and lost her mother, Dip Singh, in February this year.
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