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Here Is A List Of 10 Most Beautiful Politician Wives In 2022

Top 10 Most Beautiful Politician Wives
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Politicians have a higher influence in this world but, today more than ever, political wives are being acknowledged for the role they play beside their husbands. They are the ones who inspire and encourage their spouses to do better. 

As is the case in many romantic partnerships, many wives might also be the closest and most influential advisors to their partners. Political spouses often play key roles in campaigns.
Politicians' partners are constantly in the public view as they fly around the world. They are supposed to be educated, engaging, sympathetic, strong, powerful, gorgeous, and above all, able to acquire the trust of their people, all while advocating for issues near to their hearts. Here is the list of beautiful wives of famous politicians who are smart and have made a mark in their respected county's politics. 

1. Carla Bruni-Sarkozy


Carla Bruni is the wife of a former President of France, Nicolas Sarkozy. Her husband Nicolas served as of France from May 16, 2007, to May 15, 2012.

Bruni is a former model turned singer who ascended to international popularity after marrying then-French President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2008 and is blessed with two children: Aurelien Enthoven and Giulia Sarkozy.

This 55-year-old beauty began modeling as a teenager and quickly rose to become one of the highest-paid models due to her excellent beauty and gracious personality. During her peak years, she worked for reputed brands such as Christian Dior, Givenchy, John Galliano, and Versace. She intended to be an architect at first, but changed her mind and decided to become a model instead. Further, she modeled from 1987 to 1997 and gave it up when her passion for music took over.

She published her debut album in 2003 named Quelqu'un m'a dit which eventually stayed 34 weeks in the top 10 of the French Albums Chart. At the 2004 Victoires de la Musique, Bruni received the Victoire Award for Female Artist of the Year. Overall, Bruni has released five albums and sold 5 million albums during her career.

Carla was born on 23 December 1967 in Turin, Italy. Her biological father and mother are Maurizio Remmert and Marisa Borini. Her mother is an Italian concert pianist and her father, Maurizio, is an Italian-born Brazilian grocery magnate. However, her legal father is an industrialist and classical composer Alberto Bruni Tedeschi. Bruni was born in Italy and moved to France at the age of seven.

She grew up with a sister named Valeria Bruni Tedeschi who is an actress and movie director. Carla had a brother named Virginio Bruni Tedeschi who died from complications of HIV/AIDS. This lovely lady has been active in humanitarian and philanthropic efforts. She is an outspoken advocate for HIV/AIDS research, having lost a brother to the disease. Her grandfather founded the tire manufacturing business CEAT, and she grew up in a wealthy industrial household. 

2. Rania Al Abdullah


Rania Al Abdullah is the gorgeous spouse of King Abdullah II, making her the Queen of Jordan. She married then-Prince Abdullah bin Al Hussein on June 10, 1993, and he became King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan on February 7, 1999.

They have four children: Crown Prince Al Hussein, Princess Iman, Princess Salma, and Prince Hashem. Queen Rania, in addition to being a wife and mother, works hard to enhance Jordanians' lives by supporting initiatives to offer possibilities for their progress. She attended the American University of Cairo and earned a bachelor's degree in business administration in 1991. Initially, she applied for a banking career in Jordan in Citibank and, later, in the marketing department at Apple Inc.

On a local scale, Raina is dedicated to modernizing public education, empowering women and communities, enhancing child and family protection services, and promoting innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship in society, particularly among young people. On an international scale, she is an advocate of tolerance, compassion, and the promotion of empathy among individuals of various cultures and origins. Her attempts to debunk preconceptions of Arabs and Muslims and encourage better understanding and respect among people of all religions and cultures have earned her international acclaim.

Rania was born on 31 August 1970 in Kuwait, to Palestinian parents. Her father, Faisal, died in 2022 and was from Tulkarm on the West Bank. Her mother is named Ilham Yassin. On her maternal grandfather's side, she also has Turkish roots. Following the Gulf War in 1991, she and her family escaped to Amman, Jordan, where she met Abdullah Prince of Jordan. In January 1993, she met Jordanian Prince Abdullah bin Al-Hussein during a dinner gathering. Their wedding ceremony was considered a national holiday. Rania was named one of the world's 100 most powerful women by Forbes magazine.

3. Bianna Golodryga


Bianna Golodryga is the beautiful wife of Peter R. Orszag, who is the former Director of the Office of Management and Budget for the Obama Administration. He is currently the CEO of Financial Advisory at Lazard.

The pair married in 2010 and are blessed with a son and a daughter. She is a journalist and news anchor who works as a senior global affairs analyst for CNN. Golodryga was previously a CBS This Morning co-host and a Yahoo! News, and Finance anchor. Prior to that, she also worked as a co-anchor of ABC's Good Morning America's weekend edition and a co-host of CBS This Morning from 2010-2014.

Golodryga also served as an ABC Business Correspondent, contributing to news broadcasts on programs such as ABC World News with Diane Sawyer and Nightline. She was recognized as one of the top journalists under the age of 30 in 2004.

Bianna is a Moldovan-born American born in the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic (now independent Moldova) to a working-class family of Bessarabian Jews as the only child of Zhanna and Vitaly Golodryga. Her mother is Phillips 66's chief digital and administrative officer, and she formerly served as Hess Corporation's chief information officer. On the other hand, her father, a mechanical engineer, worked for DuPont as a consultant. Her family left the Soviet Union as political refugees when she was 18 months old in 1980. They moved to Houston, Texas, after first settling in Galveston, Texas.

She has only visited Moldova once since then, in 1988, to see her grandparents and relatives. Her grandmother joined them in Houston that same year. Golodryga attended Houston's High School for the Performing and Visual Arts but aspired to be a journalist rather than an actor. She earned a degree in Russian/East European & Eurasian studies with a minor in economics from the University of Texas at Austin in May 2000. She speaks Russian really well.

4. Asma Al-Assad


Bashar al-Assad, Syria's 19th and current President, is the husband of Asma Al-Assad, making her the First Lady of Syria.

They are blessed with three children with first son Hafez, daughter Zein and their second son Karim Al-Assad. Media experts saw Assad as a key element of the Syrian government's public relations campaign during her tenure as First Lady, and she was praised for holding progressive attitudes on women's rights and education. On 8 August 2018, Asma opened up about her treatment for early-stage breast cancer. She battled cancer and made her cancer-free announcement On 4 August 2019. 

Asma Fawaz Akhras was born and raised in London on August 11, 1975. Her parents are Fawaz Akhras, a cardiologist at Cromwell Hospital, and Sahar Akhras, a former diplomat who served as First Secretary at the Syrian Embassy in London. Her parents are Sunni Muslims from the city of Homs in Syria.

The gorgeous wife earned a first-class honors Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from King's College London in 1996. When she married Bashar al-Assad in December 2000, she had a profession in investment banking and was about to undertake an MBA at Harvard University. Following the couple's wedding, she quit her investment banking position and relocated to Syria. 

5. Sophie Grégoire Trudeau


Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is married to Justin Trudeau, Canada's 23rd Prime Minister. Grégoire and Justin were childhood friends. The pair met again as adults in June 2003, when they were assigned to co-host a charity gala, and began dating a few months later. They were engaged in October 2004 and married on May 28, 2005, at Montreal's Sainte-Madeleine d'Outremont Church. The couple is blessed with three children named Xavier James, Ella-Grace Margaret, and Hadrien Gregoire.

Sophie is a former television host and worked as an entertainment reporter for LCN's daily Showbiz program and for TVA's Salut Bonjour Weekend, Clin D'Oeil, and Bec et Museau before joining Etalk as the Quebec Reporter. She is currently active in charitable work, social work, and public speaking, with an emphasis on environmental, women's, and children's concerns. She was a WE ambassador for the WE Charity, which was involved in controversy in 2020. 

Grégoire was born on April 24, 1975, in Montreal, Quebec, as the only child of stockbroker Jean Grégoire and Franco-Ontarian nurse, Estelle Blais. Her family lived in Sainte-Adèle, north of the city, before moving to Montreal when she was four years old. Grégoire went to the private Pensionnat du Saint-Nom-de-Marie in Outremont for high school. She attended the Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf before studying business at McGill University, expecting to follow in her father's footsteps, but quickly changed her major to communications studies, eventually graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from the Université de Montréal. Grégoire began her career as a receptionist and assistant at an advertising agency. She was promoted to account manager, but after three years of working in advertising, public relations, and sales, she chose to pursue a career in radio and television. Grégoire took work in a newspaper after finishing her studies there, writing the news ticker.

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6. Elizabeth Kucinich


Elizabeth Kucinich is the beautiful wife of Dennis Kucinich, a retired eight-term US Congressman, and two-time Democratic presidential contender. However, she is rumored to have complications with her marriage and is said to have filed for divorce from Dennis Kucinich in 2021.

Elizabeth has served as the Center for Food Safety's Director of Policy, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine's (PCRM) Government Affairs Director, and as a legislative liaison for the former President of the United Nations General Assembly. She began her real estate profession in December 2012. She currently works as a documentary producer and is the executive producer of GMO OMG, an anti-GMO film. Moreover, she is a Professor at Coventry University, the UK where she serves on the Vice Chancellor's advisory council and is a board director for several notable international organizations including, Board Policy Chair for the Rodale Institute.

Born Elizabeth Jane Harper, she was brought up in North Ockendon in the London Borough of Havering, England. Her parents are named Graham Harper and Julia Massey who are already divorced. The talented wife has a bachelor's degree in Religious Studies and Theology from the University of Kent, as well as a master's degree in International Conflict Analysis and a diploma in Peace and Reconciliation Studies from Coventry University. Vanity Fair magazine called her one of the country's best-dressed political spouses, while Cleveland Magazine ranked her one of the city's most interesting. 

7. Laureen Harper


Laureen Harper is married to her loving husband Stephen Harper, Canada's 22nd Prime Minister. The couple initially met in 1990 and went on to marry on December 11, 1993. She campaigned alongside her spouse in the 2006 elections. She was regularly seen on behalf of and with her husband at the podium. Laureen is a graphic designer by profession.

While living at 24 Sussex Drive, Laureen maintained an active public life. She advocated for causes such as the National Arts Centre, where she served as Honorary Gala Chair beginning in 2005. She was also a vocal advocate for animal protection groups such as the Ottawa Humane Society. 

Born Laureen Ann Teskey, Turner Valley, a small community southwest of Calgary, is where he was born. Her parents were ranchers named Barbara and Dennis Teskey who owned an electrical contracting company. They divorced in 1991, after 29 years of marriage. She attended the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology after graduating from Oilfields High School, where she studied journalism and photography. Laureen was previously married from April 1985 until 1988, to New Zealander Neil Fenton. Teskey became a member of the Reform Party of Canada in the late 1980s. She met Stephen Harper in 1990 while working at GTO Printing, a Calgary-based computer graphics business that assisted in the creation of professional graphs and tables for Harper's master's thesis in Economics at the University of Calgary. 

8. Michelle Obama


Michelle Obama is the loving and supportive wife of former US President Barack Obama. The pair married on October 3, 1992, and have two lovely daughters named Malia and Sasha.

From 2009 until 2017, Michelle was the first lady of the United States. She was the first African-American woman to hold this position. She is a lawyer and writer who throughout 2007 and 2008, campaigned for her husband's presidential run, delivering the keynote address at the 2008 Democratic National Convention. As the first lady, Obama stood as a role model for women and promoted poverty awareness, education, nutrition, physical exercise, and healthy eating. Obama's influence has remained strong even after her husband's presidency. For the third year in a row, Obama won Gallup's survey of the most regarded woman in America in 2020. Mrs. Obama fought to help veterans and military families throughout her time in the White House.

She was born Michelle LaVaughn Robinson on January 17, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois. Marian Robinson, Michelle's mother was a stay-at-home mom. Fraser C. Robinson III, her father, worked at the city's water purification plant. Unfortunately, her father died in March 1991 as a result of complications from his sickness. Obama is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School and went on to work at the law firm Sidley Austin where she met Barack Obama. She keeps her legal license, but because she no longer requires it for her job, she has maintained it on a voluntary inactive status since 1993. She also worked in NGOs and as the University of Chicago's assistant dean of Student Services, as well as the vice president for Community and External Affairs at the University of Chicago Medical Center. 

9. Priyadarshini Raje Scindia


Priyadarshini Raje Scindia met her husband Jyotiraditya Scindia in December 1991. Jyotiraditya is a famous Indian politician known for being Minister of Civil Aviation and Rajya Sabha Madhya Pradesh.

The pair married in December 1994 and is blessed with one son Yuvraj Mahanaryan Raje, whom she gave birth to when she was just twenty, and one daughter Ananya Raje. Her beauty is adored all over the world and has made her name on Verve's Best Dressed - 2008 hall of fame, and later in 2012, she made it to Femina's list of India's 50 Most Beautiful Women.

Scindia was born in 1975 to her father, Kumar Sangramsinh Gaekwad, and her mother, Asharaje Gaekwad. Her father was Pratap Singh Rao Gaekwad's eighth child and third son, the last maharaja of Baroda State. Similarly, her mother is a direct ancestor of Nepal's Rana dynasty of hereditary, feudal prime ministers. Priyadarshini attended Fort Convent School in Mumbai and then Sophia College for Women in Mumbai.

10. Brigitte Macron


Brigitte Macron is the wife of the current President of France, Emmanuel Macron. She was previously married and had three children with her ex-husband.

However, Brigitte met 15-year-old Emmanuel Macron in 1993, when she was 40, at La Providence High School, where she was a teacher and he was a student and classmate of her daughter Laurence. Macron then divorced her ex-husband in 2006 and went on to marry Emmanuel in 2007. Their relationship has sparked debate because she is his senior by close to 25 years. Brigitte is best known for being a French educator. She began her career in Paris before moving on to teach at the Collège Lucie Berger in Strasbourg. In 1991, she returned to Amiens and began teaching French and Latin at Lycée La Providence. In 2007, she moved to Paris to teach at Lycée Saint-Louis de Gonzague and eventually stopped teaching in 2015. She was an active participant in her husband's presidential campaign in 2017. Macron (formerly Auzière) stood unsuccessful for the Truchtersheim city council in 1989. It was her only election campaign.

Macron was born Brigitte Marie-Claude Trogneux in Amiens, France. She is the youngest of Simone and Jean Trogneux's six children. Her parents were the proprietors of Amiens' five-generation Chocolaterie Trogneux, which was founded in 1872. Macron has a Master of Arts degree and a secondary school teaching qualification in French language and literature.

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