David Cameron (PM)Age, Height, Weight, Wife, Net Worth, Family, Career & More


David Cameron – Biography

David Cameron – David William Donald Cameron is a British politician who has held the position of Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affairs since November 2023. Cameron was born on October 9, 1966. His prior positions include Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2010–2016) and Leader of the Conservative Party (2005–2016).

He held both of these positions simultaneously. Between the years 2005 and 2010, he was the Leader of the Opposition, and between 2001 and 2016, he was the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Witney constituency. He considers himself to be a one-nation conservative, and he has been linked to ideas that are liberal in both the economic and social spheres.

David Cameron – Biography & Personal Details

NameDavid Cameron
Full NameDavid William Donald Cameron
NicknameDave, David, Flashman
Date Of Birth9 October 1966
London, United Kingdom/
London, England
Age 57 years old (As 2023)
Birth Sign Libra
Gender Female
SchoolPrivate School Heatherdown School,
College/UniversityEton College,
University of Oxford
Education QualificationBachelor of Arts (Degree)
HobbiesPlaying Lawn Tennis, Cooking, Chillaxing, Writing
EthnicityScottish, Welsh, and English
ProfessionPolitician, Book editor
DebutYear 1998
Biggest RivalBoris Johnson
Political JourneyIn 2001, he won the parliamentary Seat Representing the oxfordshire town of witney.
On 11 May 2010, cameron became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
On 7 May 2015, he was Re-elected Uk Prime Minister

David Cameron – Family, Relationship and Afair

Cameron was born on October 9, 1966 in Marylebone, which is located in London, although he spent his childhood at Peasemore, which is located in Berkshire.

He is the younger son of Ian Donald Cameron (1932–2010), a stockbroker, and his wife Mary Fleur, a retired Justice of the Peace and a daughter of Sir William Mount, 2nd Baronet. His father died in 2010, while his mother died in 2009. Mary Fleur was a daughter of Sir William Mount, 2nd Baronet.

David Cameron with his Mother

David Cameron’s Father

His immediate family consists of two sisters and an older brother named Alexander Cameron KC (1963–2023), who was a barrister but passed away due to cancer.

David Cameron with his older Brother

David Cameron with his Sister (Tania Rachel)

Samantha Cameron is Cameron’s wife; they have two children together. 1996 was the year when they tied the knot.

David Cameron with his Wife

The Camerons are parents to four Childrens. Their first son, Ivan Reginald Ian, was born on April 8, 2002, and two daughters, Nancy Gwen was born in 2004, and Florence Rose Endellion was born in 2010. They also have a son, Arthur Elwen, who was born in 2006.

David Cameron with his First son (2009)

David Cameron with his Childrens and wife

Family & Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried
Marriage Dtate1 June 1996
ParentsMother-Mary Fleur Cameron
Father-Ian Donald Cameron
SiblingsBrother-Allan Alexander Cameron
Sister-Tania Rachel Cameron, Clare Louise Cameron
Spouse/WifeSamantha Cameron
ChildrenSon-Ivan Reginald Ian Cameron (Died 2009) Arthur Elwen Cameron
Daughter-Nancy Gwen Cameron, Florence Rose Endellion

Physical Measurement

Height (Approx.)In Centimeters –185 cm
In Meters-1.85 m
In Feet and Inches –6′ 1″
Weight (Approx.) In Kg –80 kg
In Pounds –176 lbs
Hair ColourGrey
Eye ColourBlue

David Cameron Political Career

  • After receiving his degree, Cameron entered the workforce in September 1988 and remained there until 1993 working for the Conservative Research Department. His initial assignment was in the area of trade and industry, and he was also responsible for energy and privatization. During this time, he made friends with other young colleagues, such as Edward Llewellyn, Ed Vaizey, and Rachel Whetstone.
  • They, along with other people, came together to form a group that they named the “Smith Square set.” The media referred to this group as the “Brat Pack,” but nowadays it is more commonly referred to as the “Notting Hill set,” a derogatory term that Derek Conway coined. 
  • However, Cameron was defeated by Jonathan Hill, who was ultimately selected for the position in March of 1992. Instead, during the general election in 1992, Cameron was tasked with the duty of briefing Major in preparation for the latter’s press briefings.                                                                 
  • Cameron was a member of the young “brat pack” of party strategists who worked between 12 and 20 hours a day throughout the campaign. They slept in the home of Alan Duncan in Gayfere Street, Westminster, which had been used as the campaign headquarters by Major when he was running for the Conservative leadership.
  • Cameron stayed on at the Treasury for a little under a month after Lamont was fired, until Home Secretary Michael Howard approached him about a specific recruitment opportunity. It was stated that he was still “very much in favor”, and it was subsequently claimed that many individuals working for the Treasury would have wanted for Cameron to continue in his role.
  • On April 4, 2000, Cameron was chosen to serve as the Parliamentary Candidate for the seat of Witney in Oxfordshire. This had been a safe constituency for the Conservatives, but the existing MP, Shaun Woodward, had “crossed the floor” to join the Labour Party and was selected instead for the safe seat of St. Helens South, which is held by the Labour Party. Woodward had worked with Cameron on the election campaign in 1992.
  • Following his election to the House of Commons, he was given a notable position for a newly elected Member of Parliament by being appointed to serve on the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee.
  • Cameron made a motion for the Committee to initiate an investigation into the current drug laws and encouraged the committee to take into consideration more “radical options”.
  • Cameron was given the position of deputy to Eric Forth, who was the Shadow Leader of the House at the time, when he was made a shadow minister in the Privy Council Office in June of 2003. When Michael Howard assumed the role of leader of the Conservative Party in November of that year, he was promoted to the position of vice chairman of the party.

Prime minister

  • The invitation to establish a new ministry was extended to David Cameron by Queen Elizabeth II on May 11, 2010, following Gordon Brown’s resignation as prime minister and on the advice of Brown himself.
  • Cameron, at the age of 43, succeeded Lord Liverpool as the youngest person to hold the position of Prime Minister since 1812, when the record had been set by Tony Blair in May of that year.
  • In June of 2010, shortly after he took office, David Cameron characterized the state of the economy as “even worse than we thought” and issued a warning that “difficult decisions” would need to be taken on spending reductions.
  • Cameron attended a meeting with FIFA vice-president Chung Mong-joon in December 2010, during which they discussed a vote-trading arrangement for the right for England to host the 2018 World Cup. The meeting was held to discuss the deal.
  • In 2014, David Cameron disregarded the warnings that his reductions to the United Kingdom’s defense budget had rendered the country less of a “first class-player in terms of defense” and no longer a “full partner” to the United States.
  • Cameron voiced his disapproval of the use of force against anti-Gaddafi demonstrators during the early stages of the civil war in Libya.
  • After weeks of lobbying by the United Kingdom and its allies, on March 17, 2011, the United Nations Security Council agreed a no-fly zone to prohibit government forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi from carrying out air assaults on anti-Gaddafi rebels. The goal of the no-fly zone was to prevent government forces from carrying out air attacks on anti-Gaddafi rebels.
  • Cameron initially said that he would continue serving within Parliament, on the Conservative backbenches, despite the fact that he was no longer serving as prime minister.
  • On the other hand, he made the announcement that he was quitting his seat with immediate effect on the 12th of September and was subsequently given the position of Manor of Northstead. Robert Courts, another member of the Conservative Party, was elected to replace him as the representative for Witney.

David Cameron Social Media Accounts

Instagram id
Facebook id David Cameron1M followers
Youtube Channel
Twitter Iid David Cameron1.7M Followers
Linkedin id
Read More:-Giorgia Meloni Political Party, Age, Net Worth 2023, Family, Career, Height, Weight & More

David Cameron Net Worth:

Net Worth (Approx.)$90 million in 2023
Monthly Income and Salary$2 Million
Yearly Income and Salary$4 Million

David Cameron Cars Collection:

  • Not Known

Fanmail address:

David Cameron
The Office of David Cameron Limited
P.O. Box 73981
London, SW1P 9PN

Read More:-Danica Roem (Politician) Age, Height, Weight, Husband, Net Worth, Family, Career & More


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here