Kirsten Farage Biography
Kirsten Farage is a German-British woman who was born in Hamburg Germany and is best knwon to be the ex-wife of Nigel Farage.
Nigel, her husband, is a successful politician, political commentator, and broadcaster who briefly served as the leader of the UK Independence Party.
|Place of Birth||Hamburg, Germany|
|Age||52 years (2022)|
|Profession/ Occupation||Government Bond Broker|
|Former Husband||Nigel Paul Farage|
|Net worth||$1 million (estimated)|
Kirsten Farage Career
Kristen who is also a political correspondent, has been quite outstanding in her profession.
Kirsten worked as a mediator and dealer of administration bonds for a German bank prior to being married. In 1999, Nigel Farage and Kirsten Farage became legally married.
In 1996, Kirsten and Nigel met in Frankfurt. Nigel and Kirsten Farage are parents of two children. Victoria, their daughter, was born in 2000, and Isabelle was born in 2005.
According to The Guardian, both of Kirsten’s children have valid passports from both the UK and Germany and speak standard German.
Kirsten Farage Husband
Nigel Paul Farage, a British broadcaster and former politician, was born on 3 April 1964. He served as the leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) from 2006 to 2009 and again from 2010 to 2016, as well as the Brexit Party (later renamed Reform UK) from 2019 to 2021.
From 1999 until the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union in 2020, he served as the South East England MEP. From 2017 to 2020, he served as the host of The Nigel Farage Show, a radio phone-in on the LBC talk radio station owned by Global.
Farage presently presents for GB News and serves as the Honorary President of Reform UK.
Since the early 1990s, Farage has been a prominent Eurosceptic and advocated for the UK to leave the European Union. After leaving the Conservative Party in 1992 following the adoption of the Maastricht Treaty, which accelerated European integration and established the European Union, Farage became a founder member of UKIP.
In the 1999 European Parliament election, he was chosen as MEP for South East England after unsuccessfully running in the European and Westminster legislative elections starting in 1994.
In the elections for the European Parliament held in 2004, 2009, 2014, and 2019, he was re-elected. He served as the president of Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) in the European Parliament, where he was well-known for his speeches and for being an outspoken opponent of the euro.
He took over as party leader in September 2006, and under his leadership, UKIP achieved the second-highest percentage of the popular vote in the UK—more than 2 million votes—during the 2009 European elections.
He resigned in November 2009 to concentrate on running in Buckingham, the Speaker’s district, in the general election of 2010, and finished third.
After Lord Malcolm Pearson resigned willingly, Farage successfully ran for the UKIP leadership position in November 2010. As a result, Farage is now the party’s leader once more. He came in behind Prime Minister David Cameron in The Daily Telegraph’s 2013 list of the Top 100 Most Influential Right-Wingers.
In the 2016 EU membership referendum, Farage played a key role in the campaign for Brexit, which was ultimately successful.
Farage resigned as UKIP’s leader following the decision to leave the EU, resulting in a leadership election, but he continued to serve as an MEP.
As of December 2018, Farage left UKIP. By founding the Brexit Party in 2019, he entered the political fray once more.
Kirsten Farage Net worth
Kirsten Farage has an estimated net worth of $1 million. Kirsten and her kids had been leading a pretty low-key life since since she and her ex-husband divorced.
She might have received a sizable sum of money in the form of child support.
Kirsten is likely to get a sizable sum of money in alimony as part of the divorce settlement if the couple decides to file for divorce because her husband is worth almost $4 million.