Laura Trott (Politician) Age, Height, Weight, Husband, Net Worth, Family, Career & More

Laura Trott – Biography

Laura Trott – Laura Trott MBE is a British politician who has held the position of Chief Secretary to the Treasury since November 2023. She was born on December 7, 1984, in the United Kingdom. She was a Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions from October 2022 until November 2023 until she was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sevenoaks in the general election held in 2019.

She is a supporter of the Conservative Party and was successful in winning this election. Before being elected to the House of Commons, Trott held the positions of partner at Portland Communications and special adviser there.

Laura Trott – Biography & Personal Details

NameLaura Trott
Full NameLaura Kenny
Date Of Birth7 December 1984
Oxted, United Kingdom/
Oxted, Surrey, England.
Age 38 years old (As 2023)
Birth Sign Taurus
Gender Female
SchoolOxted School
College/UniversityPembroke College, Oxford
Education QualificationGraduation
HobbiesReading, Learning, Travelling, Meditation
Political PartyConservative Party

Laura Trott – Family, Relationship and Afair

Trott was born on the 7th of December 1984 and raised in Oxted, which is located in the county of Surrey in England. She received her education at Oxted School before continuing on to Pembroke College, Oxford, to major in history and economics.

Bahador “Bids” Mahvelati, a partner at the professional services firm PwC, is Trott’s husband. Trott is also a partner with the firm. They are parents to one daughter as well as identical twin sons.

Family & Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried
ParentsMother-Not Known
Father-Not Known
SiblingsBrother-Not known
Sister-Not Known
Spouse/HusbandBahador Mahvelati

Physical Measurement

Height (Approx.)In Centimeters –168 cm
In Meters-1.68 m
In Feet and Inches –5’5″
Weight (Approx.) In Kg –55 kg
In Pounds –121 lbs
Hair ColourBlonde
Eye ColourBlue

Laura Trott Career

  • Between the years 2010 and 2014, Trott represented the Conservative Party on the Camden London Borough Council as a councillor for the Frognal and Fitzjohns ward.
  • She started off as a political adviser for the Conservatives in January 2009, and then in May 2010 she became a special adviser to Francis Maude, who was the Minister for the Cabinet Office at the time. Her responsibilities included political policy and the media. After that, she was promoted to the position of chief of staff.
  • Subsequently, she was given a position as a political adviser in the Number 10 Policy Unit, where she was in charge of education and family policy under the leadership of the Prime Minister at the time, David Cameron.                                                                                                                             
  • Trott is credited for developing the tax-free childcare policy that the party currently supports. Trott received a promotion to the position of director of strategic communication soon after the general election in 2015.
  • In recognition of her political and public service, she was awarded the title of Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the Resignation Honours list for David Cameron in 2016.
  • Following Theresa May’s victory in the 2016 election for the position of Prime Minister, she resigned from her position in the government and, in September 2017, became a partner with the political consulting and public relations firm Portland Communications.
  • On the 10th of November 2019, Trott was chosen to represent the Conservative Party as the candidate for Sevenoaks in Kent. It is considered to be a safe seat for the Conservative party because voters have always chosen someone affiliated with the party since 1924.
  • Former Secretary of State for Defense Michael Fallon was the last person to hold this seat. In the general election that took place in 2019, she won the seat of Sevenoaks with a majority of 20,818 votes, which is equivalent to 40.9%.
  • Trott is the very first woman to hold the position of representative for the constituency. Between the years 2020 and 2021, she worked as a policy fellow at the Centre for Science and Policy on the campus of the University of Cambridge.
  • On July 6, 2022, Trott resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department of Transport, citing “trust in politics is – and must always be – of the utmost importance, but sadly in recent months this has been lost.”
  • This resignation came in the wake of the resignations of Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid from the second Johnson ministry following the Chris Pincher scandal.
  • She was also a supporter of the Pensions (Extension of Automatic Enrollment) Act 2023, which made it possible for the government to lower the minimum enrollment age from 22 to 18.
  • During Sunak’s second cabinet reshuffle, which took place on November 13, 2023, Trott was given the position of Chief Secretary to the Treasury.
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Laura Trott Net Worth:

Net Worth (Approx.)$5 Million in 2023
Monthly Income and Salary$50,000
Yearly Income and Salary$200,000

Laura Trott Cars Collection:

  • Not Known

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