Priti Sushil Patel is known as Priti Patel, is a British politician serving as Home Secretary. She also worked for International Development as Secretary of State.
Being born in London to a Ugandan-Indian family. She holds a British nationality. A member of the Conservative Party, she has been an MP (Member of Parliament) for Witham.
|Birthday||29th of March 1972|
|Age||49 years old|
|Parents||Anjana and Sushil Patel|
|Net Worth||£2.2 million|
|Husband||Alex Sawyer( 2004)|
|Children||Freddie Sawyer (son)|
|Education||Westfield Technical College, Keele University, University of Essex|
Her Age: How Old Is She?
Patel was born on the 29th of March 1972 in London, England. Currently, she is 49 years old.
Her zodiac sign is Aries, and she was raised in a Hindu household.
She was born to her parents Anjana and Sushil Patel. Her paternal grandparents were born in Gujarat, India, before migrating to Uganda and running a general store in Kampala.
Find Her On Twitter
The Home Secretary Patel has collected huge followers under the name of @pritipatel, with over 321.8k followers. She joined Twitter in July 2009.
Also, she is on Instagram under @pritipatel with over 60.9k followers, whereas she followed 140 people.
Details of His Husband and Children
She was happily married to Alex Sawyer in 2004.
Her husband, Sawyer, works as a marketing consultant for the stock exchange NASDAQ. He is also a Conservative councilor and a Cabinet Member for Communities on the London Borough of Bexley’s council.
Together, they have a son named Freddie Sawyer, who was born in August 2008.
Explore Her Salary And Net Worth
As per our source, she has an annual salary of £71,090.
Patel has an estimated net worth of around £2.2 million as per our research. It cannot be denied that she earns a good amount of money.
More About Priti Patel
Patel joined Westfield Technical College in Watford before studying economics at Keele University and then pursuing her postgraduate studies at the University of Essex in British government and politics.
After graduating, Patel became an intern at the Conservative Central Office, and in July 2019, she became Home Secretary.