Theresa May Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Husband & More

Theresa May

Real NameTheresa Mary May
NicknameMrs May
ProfessionBritish Politician
Political Journey • In the 1997 General Election, she was elected MP for Maidenhead.
• In 1999, she entered the shadow cabinet and was appointed Shadow Education and Employment Secretary.
• In 2001, she was given Transport portfolio in the Shadow Cabinet.
• In July 2002, she was appointed first female Chairman of the Conservative Party.
• In 2003, she was appointed Shadow Secretary of State for Transport and was sworn of the Privy Council.
• She became Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport in June 2004.
• In December 2005, David Cameron appointed her Shadow Leader of the House of Commons.
• She was made Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in January 2009.
• She was re-elected MP for Maidenhead on 6 May 2010.
• On 12 May 2010, David Cameron appointed her Home Secretary.
• On 13 July 2016, Theresa May became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom,
Biggest RivalAndrea Leadsom
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx)in centimeters- 168 cm
in meters- 1.68 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 6”
Weight (approx)in Kilograms- 66 kg
in Pounds- 146 lbs
Eye ColourBlue
Hair ColourBlonde
Personal Life
Date of Birth1 October 1956
Age (as in 2016)60 Years
Birth PlaceEastbourne, England, UK
Zodiac sign/Sun signLibra
HometownOxfordshire, South East England
SchoolHeythrop Primary School, Heythrop, Oxfordshire, England
St. Juliana's Convent School for Girls, Begbroke, Oxfordshire, England
Holton Park Girls' Grammar School, Wheatley, Oxfordshire, England
CollegeSt Hugh's College, Oxford University, England, United Kningdom
Educational QualificationsBA Degree
FamilyFather- Hubert Brasier (a clergyman of the Church of England)
Mother- Zaidee Brasier
Brother- N/A
Sister- N/A
AddressRt Hon Theresa May MP
10 Downing Street
HobbiesCooking, Long Walk, Footwear collection, Alpine Hiking
Controversies• During her tenure as Home Secretary, she was criticized for backing the controversial Surveillance legislation.
• She was criticized for backing another controversial act, Psychoactive Substances Act.
• The two Immigration Acts passed under her tenure, were considered draconian.
Favourite Things
Favorite FoodSt Clements [orange juice mixed with lemonade]
Boys, Affairs and More
Marital StatusMarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsNot Known
HusbandPhilip John May, Investment Banker (married 1980)
Theresa May with her husband Philip May
ChildrenDaughter- N/A
Son- N/A

Money Factor
Net Worth £1.6 million (as in 2010)

Theresa May

Some Lesser Known Facts About Theresa May

  • Does Theresa May smoke?: Not Known
  • Does Theresa May drink alcohol?: Not Known
  • She passed her graduation with second class in Geography from Oxford University.
  • She worked at the Bank of England between 1977 and 1983.
  • In international affairs at the Association for Payment Clearing Services, she worked as a financial consultant and senior adviser from 1985 to 1997.
  • In 1981, her father, Hubert Brasier, died in a car accident and within a month of her father’s death, her mother also died of multiple sclerosis.
  • Her husband, Philip, is younger to her by two years. She was introduced to her husband by Benazir Bhutto, who went on to become Pakistan’s Prime Minister.
  • Theresa May has been considered one of the longest-serving home secretaries of the United Kingdom.
  • She became the 4th woman in the history of British politics to hold one of the British Great Offices of State.
  • She has a huge collection of shoes and photographers are obsessed with her shoes.
  • She is considered a very private person and is not showy.
  • She is suffering with Type 1 diabetes and has to take insulin injections twice a day.
  • She is known for her campaign to encourage women to join Parliament and has been a former president of Women2Win.
  • In 2014, she was forced to apologise for massive backlog in passport applications.
  • She kept very low profile during the European Union Referendum.
  • When she was appointed the Prime Minister of United Kingdom on 13 July 2016, she became the second woman in the history of British Politics after Margaret Thatcher to do so.