Penny Mordaunt is a British politician who has been serving as Minister of State for Trade Policy since 2021. A member of the Conservative Party, she has been the Member of Parliament (MP) representing Portsmouth North since 2010.

When Mordaunt’s mother passed away from breast cancer, she was just 15 years old. Shortly after her twin brother left school, she took on primary responsibility for caring for her younger brother, Edward. The following year, her father was also diagnosed with cancer, but he was able to beat it and live a normal life.

Penny Mordaunt
Penny Mordaunt

Mordaunt supported herself through her education by working in a Johnson & Johnson factory and becoming a magician’s assistant for Will Ayling. Will Ayling was a former president of the Portsmouth and District Magic Circle as well as the British Ring of the International Brotherhood of Magicians. Mordaunt worked for both of these organizations during her time as a student.

Mordaunt has stated that her interest in politics was sparked by the experiences she had while working in hospitals and orphanages in Romania in the years following the revolution that took place in that nation in 1989.

Mordaunt received an upper second class honors degree in philosophy from the University of Reading, where he studied and graduated in 1995. She was the first person in her family to go to college and she did so at a prestigious institution.

Mordaunt was involved in student government at Reading University and held the position of president of the Reading University Students’ Union.

Is Penny Mordaunt a Twin?

Yes, popular British Politician Penny Mordaunt is a twin.

Who is Penny Mordaunt Twin Brother James?

From what we can tell, Mordaunt has two brothers; one of them is his identical twin, while the other is a younger brother named Edward Mordaunt.

He is an advocate for LGBT rights and is 48 years old. James used to be an ardent supporter of his twin Penny, but he has recently begun criticizing the party that she is affiliated with.

James, a bodybuilding enthusiast who also works as a steward for Virgin Atlantic, singled out Oliver Dowden for criticism after hearing a speech he gave the previous week in which he railed against “wake warriors.”


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