Top 20 Political Wife celebrities in England
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Political Wife celebrities [Updated June 26, 2022].
Mary Archer was born
on December 22, 1944
Wife of Britain's notorious politician Jeffrey Archer, who she married in 1966. She is also a noted specialist on solar power who was the Chairwoman of the National Energy Foundation from 1988 to 2000.
She testified in defense of her husband during his perjury trial after he was accused of lying under oath during a 1987 libel case.
Autumn Phillips was born
on May 3, 1978
Canadian management consultant who married the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, Peter Phillips, in 2008.
She and her husband-to-be reportedly sold pictures of themselves to the tabloid magazine 'Hello!' for £500,000.
Frances Nisbet was born
on December 1, 1761
Around 1798 her husband struck up an affair with Emma, Lady Hamilton, wife of the British ambassador to Naples.
Victoria Princess Royal was born
on November 21, 1840
in London, England.
Daughter of Queen Victoria who married the German Emperor Frederick III in 1858. She became German Empress and Queen of Prussia when her husband became the King of Prussia in 1888.
She wore one of the most elegant dresses in history, a robe of Honiton lace with intricate patterns and wreaths of flowers, for her wedding.
Samantha Cameron was born
on April 18, 1971
English businesswoman and wife of David Cameron, who became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 2010.
Shortly after her husband became Prime Minister she stepped down from her full-time role and into a more part-time position.
Katharine O'Shea was born
on January 30, 1846
in Essex, England.
Her longtime lover and second husband, Charles Stewart Parnell, died just four months after marrying her.
Clementine Churchill was born
on April 1, 1885
Best known as the wife of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, she served during World War II as the leader of the Young Women's Christian Association's wartime efforts and also assisted in the Red Cross's efforts to provide relief in Russia.
In 1946, she was given the title of Dame Clementine Churchill GBE.
Cherie Blair was born
on September 23, 1954
English barrister and wife of United Kingdom Prime Minister Tony Blair.
She was referenced in Decision Points, George W. Bush
Alice Barnham was born
on May 14, 1592
Francis Bacon's wife, who often influenced his writings. Their marriage had a great deal of friction due to her infidelities and his removal of parliament because of accusations of bribery.
She married John Underhill, who she was having an affair with while married to Bacon, only two weeks after Francis Bacon died.
Louisa Adams was born
on February 12, 1775
Wife of John Quincy Adams who was the First Lady of the United States from 1825 to 1829.
She was the first First Lady born outside of the United States.
Asma al-Assad was born
on August 11, 1975
British-Syrian political figure who became the First Lady of Syria after she married President of Syria Bashar al-Assad in 2000.
There was a profile about her called A Rose in the Desert published in the March 2011 issue of Vogue magazine.