KEMI BADENOCH is battling to become the new leader of the Conservative Party.
Kemi has had the support of her husband Hamish throughout her political journey. Here’s what we know about him.
Who is Kemi Badenoch’s husband Hamish?
Hamish Badenoch is the Global Head, Future of Work and Real Estate Transformation, at Deutsche Bank – the bank he has been working at for more than 12 years.
Before becoming Global Head, he served as programme lead for Brexit People Migration and chief administrative officer at the corporate bank.
Hamish was educated at Cambridge University where he gained a Bachelor’s Degree in history.
In the early 2000s, he was heading down a different career road in writing and photography.
Do Kemi and Hamish Badenoch have any children?
Kemi and Hamish have two daughters and a son.
They had their first baby in 2013.
Kemi was examined by a student doctor during a routine check up at 20 weeks and was told she was going into labour as they could see the cervix opening.
When did Kemi and Hamish Badenoch get married?
Kemi and Hamish met in 2009 at the Dulwich and West Norwood Conservative Club and tied the know in 2012.
She told the Daily Mail: “Hamish and I became friends and it took off from there.
“He helped me deliver my leaflets.”
Kemi admitted that Hamish has taken a step back from politics so that he can support her in her pursuits.