Born on October 1, 1956, Theresa May is a British politician serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative Party since 2016. Following Cameron’s resignation, May won a leadership election in July 2016, becoming the second female Prime Minister after Margaret Thatcheray Read the article below for more information.
Before Fame: She attended St Hugh’s College, Oxford
Theresa May Parents/Ethnicity/Religion
Born in Eastbourne, Sussex, she is the only child of Zaidee Mary and Hubert Braiser. Her mother was a strong supporter of the Conservative Party.
Theresa May Affair/Husband
She has been married to Philip May, an investment banker since 6 September 1980. They do not have any children. For more information, contact her on twitter.
Britain is committed to working with the Middle East region to ensure its long-term stability – we will be a partner they can depend on, every step of the way: https://t.co/2GXJB2dSbh pic.twitter.com/f6j23ykgpu
— Theresa May (@theresa_may) November 30, 2017
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Theresa Mary May
- Nicknames: Theresa
- Birthday: October 1, 1956
- Age: 61 years old
- Birthplace: Eastbourne, England, UK
- Current Residence: United Kingdom
- Education: St High’s College, Oxford
- Profession: Politician
- Political party: Conservative
- Nationality: British
- Ethnicity/Race: White
- Religion: Not Available
- Zodiac: Libra
- Spouse/Wife: Philip May (m. 1980)
- Net Worth: $2 million USD (approx)
- Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)
- Weight: 66 kg (146 lbs)
- Feet Size: Not Available
- Dress Size: Not Available
- Shoe Size: Not Available
- Hair Color: Blonde
- Eye Color: Blue
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- In 1981, her father died in a car accident and within a month, her mother died of multiple sclerosis.
- Her husband, Philip is younger to her by two years.
- She became the 4th woman in the history of British politics to hold one of the British Great Offices of State.
- Ideologically, she identifies herself as a one-nation conservative.
We need to change attitudes. We can only change attitudes by working together. Government will do its bit, but I want you all to do your bit, too. So speak out, stand up against violence against women and girls, and that’s the way we can eradicate it.