Aphra Brandreth is best known as the daughter of Gyles Brandreth and Michèle Brown. She has been chosen as the Conservative candidate in Chester South and Eddisbury at the next election. She was second to Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey in Kingston and Surbiton in the 2019 general election as deputy chairman of the Conservative Women’s Organisation.
Aphra Brandreth Wiki
Aphra Brandreth, a former Conservative councillor in Richmond. She is deputy chair of the Conservative Women’s Organisation and was the party’s unsuccessful candidate for Kingston and Surbiton at the 2019 United Kingdom general election.
She was selected as a parliamentary candidate again for the next general election, in October 2023 and this time for the constituency of Chester South and Eddisbury. She has two siblings.
Aphra Brandreth Age
Aphra Brandreth age is 37 years, in 2024. She has not given her exact date of birth detail. She is married with her husband named, Ian Thevet. It is not known how many children they have. Couple resides in London. Aphra Brandreth height is 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Who Are Aphra’s Parents?
Aphra Brandreth’s father, Gyles Brandreth who is a British broadcaster, writer and former politician. He has worked as a television presenter, theatre producer, journalist, author and publisher.
Aphra dad met her mom, Michèle Brown, at Oxford. Five years later, with Brown working as a television reporter and Brandreth in theatre, the couple decided to have a “quiet wedding”.
Couple were married at Marylebone Registry Office on 8 June 1973, with actor Simon Cadell, Brandreth’s best friend from school, as a witness. Since 1986, the couple have lived in Barnes, southwest London.
Lesser Known Facts About Aphra Brandreth
- Aphra Brandreth’s father, Gyles Brandreth is a British broadcaster, writer and former politician.
- He was elected to the House of Commons as the Conservative Member of Parliament (MP), in 1992.
- He has stated that he is a descendant of Jeremiah Brandreth.
- In 1993, he was known for his collection of jumpers, of which some were sold in a charity auction.
- In 2004, he hosted the short-lived game show Public Opinion.
- He appeared in series 3 of Richard Osman’s House of Games, in 2019.
- He appeared on Bargain Hunt: BBC 100th Birthday Special to commemorate the BBC’s 100th Anniversary, in 2022.