Kemi Badenoch is a British politician who has served as a Member of Parliament (MP) for Saffron Walden since 2017. A member of the Conservative Party, she served as Minister of State for Local Government, Faith and Communities and Minister of State for Equalities from 2021 to 2022.
The daughter of Nigerian parents, Badenoch was raised in the United Kingdom and the United States before returning to Wimbledon, London, at the age of sixteen.
Prior to attending Birkbeck, she worked as a software developer at Logica after graduating from the University of Sussex. The Royal Bank of Scotland Group and Coutts were among the stops on Badenoch’s path to the banking industry later in life.
When Victoria Borwick resigned in 2015, Badenoch was appointed to the London Assembly, which he had unsuccessfully contested in 2012. Badenoch was elected to the House of Commons in 2017 as a Brexit supporter.
Badenoch was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families by Boris Johnson after he became Prime Minister in July 2019.
Kemi Badenoch Family
Kemi Badenoch’s family is made up of his parents, siblings, grandparents, great-grandparents, and children.
Kemi Badenoch Parents
Kemi Badenoch was born to her parents Feyi Adegoke.
Kemi Badenoch Husband
Kemi Badenoch’s husband, Hamish Badenoch, is referred to as “Hamish.”
They have a son in addition to their two daughters. Hamish is currently employed for Deutsche Bank and served as a Conservative councilor on the Merton London Borough Council from 2014 to 2018. He was elected to represent Wimbledon Village.
In addition, he attempted to win the seat of Foyle for the Northern Ireland Conservatives in the general election of 2015 but was ultimately unsuccessful.
Kemi Badenoch Children
Kemi Badenoch has two daughters and a son.
Kemi Badenoch Siblings
She is the younger of two children, a boy, and a girl, who are her siblings. The names of her siblings are given as Fola Adegoke, who is her brother, and Lola Adegoke, who is her sister.