It was a ‘small wedding’ with a guest list of around 90 people, including former Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen.
Mette looked dazzling in a classic boat-neck white dress, which she teamed with pale shoes and a stunning purple and blue bouquet.
Mette Frederiksen has married her long term film director partner at intimate village wedding in Magleby Church, Zealand, a Danish island where the couple share a holiday home.
PM finally marries film director Bo Tengberg finally taking the three postponements due to last year’s elections, the coronavirus pandemic and an EU summit.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen marries film director Bo Tengberg in Magleby Church on Møn on Wednesday.
Mette, 42, exchanged vows with Bo Tengberg, 55, after being forced to cancel their wedding three times in a year, initially delaying their 2019 nuptials because of the general election, then earlier this year due to the pandemic, and finally bringing forward their special day from July 18, to attend an EU Council meeting.
Frederiksen, 42, met Tengberg through mutual friends in 2014.
The couple has since been seen together in public several times.
The prime minister has two children from a previous marriage.