Fiona Mcilwham is a British diplomat and former ambassador who is best known to be the wife of Daniel Korski and former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Albania in 2009 aged 35. Mcilwham made history in 2009 when she became one of the United Kingdom’s youngest ambassadors at the age of 35, taking on the role of Ambassador to Albania.
|Net worth||$3 million (estimated)|
Fiona Mcilwham Career
Mcilwham’s distinguished career includes postings to several high-profile diplomatic missions. This includes assignments in Bosnia and Iraq, as well as roles with the European Union and the G7. Beyond her diplomatic work, she identifies as a “wannabe supermum” to the couple’s son, as per her description on Twitter.
In September 2019, Mcilwham was selected by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, to serve as their private secretary. In this role, she was responsible for managing their official schedules and representing them at functions. She held this position until April 2020. Her appointment to such a high-profile position further underscores her competence and the respect she has earned in her professional field.
Fiona Mcilwham Husband
Fiona Mcilwham is married to Daniel Korski. Daniel Korski is a British political advisor and businessman known for his work in UK government. Korski has held various positions in the UK government including Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister, David Cameron, from 2010 to 2016. He also served in various roles in the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
In addition to his work in government, Korski is also known for his entrepreneurship. He co-founded PUBLIC, a venture capital firm that helps technology startups transform public services.
Fiona Mcilwham Net worth
Fiona Mcilwham has an estimated net worth of $3 million. She is a British diplomat who was one of the former British ambassadors to Albania, who replaced Franser Wilson in 2009.