There was no rice, but lots of soap bubbles, as Mette Frederiksen stepped out of the church with her new husband, the 55-year-old cinematographer and film director, as the two finally got the ring on each other.
More from the political parnas was invited to the wedding ceremony and the subsequent celebration, which is being held for well over 90 guests.
According to the president of SF, Pia Olsen Dyhr, is the prime minister never looked so happy before. She tells that during the ceremony there was a little confusion between Bo Tengberg, there was a little too eager.
- Just before they would give each other rings on, leaned over the Mette to kiss her, but she pulled quickly back his head, says Pia Olsen Dyhr, who also mentions that many could not fail to draw on the smile of the little episode.
- I have Never seen her so happy, said Pia Olsen Dyhr on the newly married Mette Frederiksen. Photo: Mads Claus Rasmussen
Nicolai Wammen described the wedding ceremony inside the church as 'very liberating', and the prime minister exclaimed as also a 'Then succeeded, we were married', when she hand-in-hand with the Bo Tengberg met the people who were stimlet together out in front of the church.
the Weather was, according to the Ekstra released brilliant, but the tricky wind gave Mette Frederiksen problems.
- I am good enough not particularly good at it here, but I wonder if it gets worse later, said Mette Frederiksen on the long veil from the bridal gown, which blew up. The veil was so long that she almost stumbled into it.
the Wedding is at several times been deferred, and the secret wedding managed to be a bit known by the general public or at least the locals, since Mette Frederiksen, was out shopping in the local Referendum, in which several took notice of her. She explained pleasantly to our sales personnel include, that the wedding would take place in on Wednesday, and that she looked forward to it.
After the church bells drove the bridal couple to their celebration, which is being held at 'Prospect' on the island of Møn. Mette Frederiksen and Bo Tengberg was driving a Toyota Rav Hybrid car, which was adorned with ribbons and flowers.
the Ceremony began at 15, and about 40 minutes later left the couple church. Mette Frederiksen and Bo Tengberg met each other through mutual friends in 2014. The pair appeared really publicly together for the first time by former prime minister Anker Jørgensen's funeral in the spring of 2016.