Prime Minister Boris Johnson was booed by onlookers as he arrived outside St Paul’s Cathedral for the anniversary service.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 57, was booed by the crowd outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London as he arrived at the anniversary service with his wife Carrie Symonds, 34, on Friday. The ceremony is part of the celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee (96). As Johnson and his wife climbed the steps, boos, heckling and whistles could be heard from the crowd.

Boris Johnson has been criticized for parties at the Prime Minister’s office during the corona lockdown, among other things.

Worship service without the jubilarian

The jubilee herself had already canceled her participation in the church event on Thursday evening. She said she felt uncomfortable.

Prince Charles (73) and Duchess Camilla (74), Princess Anne (71) and Duchess Kate (40) and Prince William (39) attended the service. It was also the first official appearance for Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40) in Great Britain for two years. The couple stepped down as senior members of the royal family in 2020 and now reside in the United States.