Who is Chloe Smith? Everything about her Age, Husband, Family, Wiki, Net Worth

Chloe Smith is a British politician serving as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions since 2022. She previously served as Minister of State for Disabled People, Work, and Health from 2021 to 2022.

A member of the Conservative Party, she has been a Member of Parliament (MP) for Norwich North since 2009.

Chloe Smith Age, Family, Early Life

Chloe Smith was born on 17 May 1982 (age 40) in Ashford, Kent, England. She holds British nationality and her Zodiac sign is Taurus. Her Zodiac sign is Pisces.

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Chloe Smith was born in Ashford, Kent; her family moved to Norfolk when she was three years old. Growing up in Stoke Ferry. other facts regarding her family members are not known.

Chloe Smith Husband, What about her Children?

British politician Chloe Smith is married to Sandy McFandzean, a financial consultant. The couple has been married for over a decade now. After dating for four months, Chloe proposed to Sandy in 2012, to which Sandy proposed Chloe in a “conventional method” the following day. The pair wed in South Runcton in Norfolk in 2013. The couple is the parents of two children; a son born in 2016 and a daughter born in 2019. Sandy is the vice president at the financial services company Credit Suisse situated in the United Kingdom.

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McFadazean was the focus of a scandal in 2020 when he declared that Covid-19 was a “mental disorder,” triggering a significant backlash against him and his wife, Chloe Smith. To the dismay of many, he even attended marches opposing coronavirus restrictions. In reaction to the comment, Smith stated, “My husband’s a private citizen. Everyone’s entitled to their position and argument. I take a different view.”

Chloe Smith Career, What is her profession?

Following the resignation of Labour MP Ian Gibson after the MPs’ expenses scandal, Smith became the Conservatives’ by-election candidate and subsequently captured the seat, becoming the youngest member of the House of Commons. She assumed her place in the House of Commons after the parliamentary break concluded in October. On 14 October 2011, she was named Economic Secretary to the Treasury in a ministerial reshuffle, becoming the youngest politician serving in government at that period.

According to The Guardian, Smith was selected for the post because David Cameron incorrectly believed she was a trained accountant. On 26 June 2012, she appeared on the BBC Two current affairs program Newsnight and was quizzed about Chancellor George Osborne’s decision that day to suspend plans to hike fuel duty.  Interviewer Jeremy Paxman questioned the apparent change in her views on fuel duty.

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The interview generated much discussion from the media and other political players and was regarded as a “mauling” and a “humiliation” for Smith. Politicians, notably John Prescott and Nadine Dorries, questioned Osborne’s judgment for sending a junior minister onto the broadcast in his stead.

Parliamentary Secretary for the Constitution

In January 2018, during the 2018 British cabinet reshuffle by Theresa May, Smith was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for the Constitution, a job she had previously held under David Cameron. In February 2020, Smith was promoted to Minister of State by Boris Johnson. Smith was the subject of an anthrax scare in which she was mailed a parcel of white powder.

In September 2021, at the cabinet reshuffle, Smith became Minister of State for Disabled People, Work, and Health at the Department for Work and Pensions. Smith’s political opinions have included support for lower taxation, increased VAT, and opposition to the Lisbon Treaty. She also supported the legalization of same-sex marriage. She picks out Benjamin Disraeli as a political leader she admires. Smith was opposed to Brexit prior to the 2016 referendum. She endorsed Boris Johnson during the 2019 Conservative Party leadership race. On 6 September 2022, Smith was named Secretary of State for Work and Pensions by Prime Minister Liz Truss.

How much is Chloe Smith Net Worth?

The exact net worth of MP Chole Smith and her husband Sandy McFadazean has not been released. However, the pair is considered to be wealthy at least £20 million. Smith has a long career in politics, serving as a Member of the British Parliament for Norwich North since 2009.

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She has served as Minister of State for Disabled People, Work, and Health since 2021. Sandy McFadazean is a financial consultant working as a Vice President for the worldwide corporation Credit Suisse for some time. Being in the finance field, he makes a considerable amount of money as a salary and incentive.        

Which school and college did She go to?

Chloe Smith attended comprehensive schools in Swaffham and Methwold. After a gap year working for former Conservative Education Secretary Gillian Shephard, she attended English Literature at the University of York. She undertook summer work for Bernard Jenkin.

After graduating from York University, she joined Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu as a management consultant. She assisted private firms, government ministries, and public bodies.

Is She available on any kind of social media platform?

Chloe Smith is active on Instagram and Twitter. She has 3,500+ followers on Instagram and 22.3K+ followers on Twitter.

Physical Appearance of Chloe Smith’s Height, Weight

HeightNot Available
Hair ColorBlonde
Eye colorBrown
WeightNot Available
Body typeFit
Sexual orientationStraight

Interesting facts about Chloe Smith’s should be knows

Zodiac signPisces
Relationship StatusMarried