The PM’s second divorce from Marina Wheeler has been granted.
He can now make plans to wed fiancee Carrie Symonds once lockdown restrictions are relaxed.
Boris Johnson and his former wife, 55, share four of the Prime Minister’s six children.
They applied for a decree absolute in February.
Ms Wheeler, a leading barrister, began divorce proceedings last year after the couple separated in 2018, and she could reportedly receive around £4 million from the divorce.
On February 18, she obtained permission from the Central Family Court in London to apply for a decree absolute, and according to The Mirror, the paperwork was filed ‘immediately’ and the decree was issued.