Elizabeth Truss, a British Conservative Party politician, is currently married to her husband named Hugh O’Leary. As she has maintained her profile low, it is not known when and where did the pair tie their knot. In addition to that, Truss also has two children, both daughters together with her husband.
At the age of 41, Truss has been so popular among the public. Elizabeth Truss is one among the popular and most loved celebrities on television screen whom we have known and are seeing daily. Some of you may also have been her fan for a long time as well as you also may want to gain more information regarding her.
Some of you may be getting the information regarding the professional and personal life of her through various newspapers, gossip pages, as well as magazines. She was appointed as Secretary of State for Justice as well as Lord Chancellor in 2016. Additionally, she is also the first female Lord Chancellor in thousand years' history of role.
Now, let’s extract few more details regarding Truss’s bio which has been accessed from various sources. She is the native of Oxford, England, United Kingdom. She was born on 26th July of the year 1975 which has now made her reach the age of 41.
She is the daughter of John Truss and her mother is a nurse, teacher as well as the member of CND. She went to study at the state primary school located in Paisley, Scotland. After that, she joined Roundhay School which is a comprehensive school located in north-east Leeds.
She also attended Merton College, Oxford from where she studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. After completing her graduation 1996, she worked for Shell as commercial manager as well as Cable & Wireless as an economics director and became qualified management accountant.
In January 2008, she became deputy director of Reform. From 1998 till 2000, she served as chairman of Lewisham Deptford Conservative Association. Later, she was elected as a councillor in London Borough of Greenwich in 2006.
Previously, Truss has unsuccessfully fought in 2001 for parliamentary seats of the Hemsworth and the Calder Valley in 2005. After the election to House of Commons on 6th May 2010, Truss campaigned for the issues including retention of RAF Tornado base at the RAF Marham in her consultancy.
On 4th September 2012, she was appointed as the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at Department of Education with the responsibility for the childcare and early learning, qualifications, assessment and curriculum reform, behaviour & attendance and school food review.
In 15th July 2014 Cabinet Reshuffle, Elizabeth was appointed as the Secretary of State for the environment, Food and Rural Affairs replacing Owen Paterson. It was on 14th July of 2016 when she was appointed as the Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor in the first ministry of Theresa May.
Apart from that, Elizabeth Truss is married to her husband Hugh O’Leary with whom she also has two daughters. Besides, more news regarding her bio and family can be accessed from various sources and she can also be followed on her social sites such as Twitter and Instagram.