The Mail on Sunday’s front page leads with the news prime minister Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds’s have married in secret. Online the paper reports the Belizean police officer who died in mysterious circumstances as the sister of the cop speaks to DailyMail.com.
Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds get married in secret
The Mail on Sunday’s front splash reports on the prime minister’s secret wedding, the paper notes Boris Johnson is the first PM to wed whilst in office since 1822. The paper says the couple had been planning a small-scale wedding for six months – even though restrictions that limit guests in attendance to 30 could be lifted on 21 June.
Headlines from the Daily Mail Online.
Cop sister of Belize police chief fatally shot ‘while drinking with American daughter-in-law of British billionaire’ says he would NEVER kill himself
The Daily Mail says the sister of a Belizean police officer who died in mysterious circumstances while in the company of a wealthy American socialite has told DailyMail.com that her brother would never have taken his own life and had ‘a gunshot behind his ear like an assassination’.
Brad Pitt has Andra Day on his ‘radar’ after the two were ‘flirting backstage’ at the Oscars
The Daily Mail says Brad Pitt appears to have set his sights on the newly minted actress Andra Day.
The 57-year-old Academy Award winner was spotted ‘flirting backstage’ with the singer, 36, at the Academy Awards in April, a source told The Mirror on Saturday.
Chelsea fans celebrate in Porto and London after team are crowned Champions League winners following 1-0 win over Manchester City
Chelsea fans are taking to the streets of London and Porto in wild celebrations after a one-goal victory over Manchester City in the all-English Champions League final.
Supporters climbed to the rooftops, scaled lampposts and let off flares as hundreds gathered near Stamford Bridge in scenes of jubilation.
Wuhan lab leak theory ‘is feasible’ says British intelligence
The Mail Online says British intelligence operatives now believe it is ‘feasible’ the coronavirus pandemic began with a leak from a research laboratory in Wuhan.
They are now investigating the possibility that a leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, a Chinese research facility, sparked the global crisis which has sparked more than 3.5 million deaths.
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