Kirsten Farage is one of the popular and most loved celebrities on the TV screen whom we have been seeing daily. Some of you may also be the fan of her for a long period of time as well as we may also want to gain more information which is related to her. Some of us may also have been getting information regarding Farage’s personal and professional life from various gossip pages, newspaper as well as magazines. Farage is a German-born, a stunning bond trader who hates coming in the limelight. She is rarely seen in public. She is mostly recognized for being the second wife of Nigel Farage.
Now let us get more familiar with the biography of Farage that has been accessed from different sources. She is the native of Hamburg. Kirsten is married to her husband Nigel Farage. The couple first met each other in 1996 in Frankfurt while her husband Nigel was traveling on the business shortly after getting a divorce from his first wife named Grainne with whom he was married from 1988 till 1997. On the moment when she met Kirsten, Nigel once said that she was a stunning Government Bond Broker. Her brisk efficiency at the first sight belied the ethereal appearance of her. Later, after dating for few years, they finally tied their knot in 1999. Additionally, Kirsten and Nigel also have two children together, both daughters. She gave birth to their first daughter in 2000 and later, she again gave birth to their second daughter in 2005.
Kirsten’s husband, Nigel is a British politician as well as a former commodity broker. He is also the leader of UK Independence Party having held that position since November of 2010. He had also held the position previously from September 2006 until November 2009. He is the native of Downe, Kent, England. He has now reached the age of 52 and he was born on 3rd April of the year 1964. He is the son of Barbara and Guy Justus Oscar Farage. He went to study at the Dulwich College which is a public school located in South London. After leaving school in 1982, he decided that he would not get to university but he would work in City trading commodities at London Metal Exchange. He then joined an American commodity operation of the brokerage firm called Drexel Burnham Lambert transferring to the Credit Lyonnais Rouse. In 1994, he joined Refco and in 2003, Natexis Metals.
Kirsten gave up her career in City where she had worked as an interpreter for the German Bank to look after their children. She also writes all the e-mails of her husband because he does not like using the computers. In addition to that, Kirsten is also paid the salary by a European Parliament of more than £27000 and she has amassed over £200000 since she started to work for her husband. She works from the home and she rarely visits Ukip’s HG in Mayfair of London which she has described as the freak show. Besides, more latest updates about Kirsten personal and professional can be obtained from different sources.