European Council President Charles Michel has postponed his marriage planned for this Saturday in southern France due to restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, his spokesman has confirmed to Europa Press.
The Belgian politician wanted to celebrate his wedding in a city in the south of the country, more precisely in the Var department on the French Riviera. This area is on the “orange” list of the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which recommends keeping the quarantine on return to the country.
This is not the first time the coronavirus has affected the private lives of European politicians. At the beginning of the summer, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen had to postpone her wedding to coincide with the convening of the summit of EU leaders where the stimulus plan and budget were agreed on European.