After several postponements due to professional obligations, Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (42) finally married her partner Bo Tengberg.
According to the Ritzau news agency, the two were married on Wednesday afternoon in a small church on the Baltic island of Møn, where the two have a summer house. Local media said it was a smaller ceremony, but it included ex-Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen and several Frederiksen cabinet members.
Frederiksen and the 55-year-old film director and photographer Tengberg met in 2014 through mutual friends. The couple originally wanted to get married last summer, but nothing came of it because of the Danish parliamentary election. The plans for a wedding in 2020 were then shaken up by the Corona crisis. After all, the two had wanted to get married next Saturday – but then the upcoming EU summit got in the way, in which the heads of state and government in Brussels want to find a compromise on the 750 billion program to deal with the Corona crisis.