Judith Tear is the spouse of Sir Tony Lloyd and they tied knot in 1974. Their marriage was not came in media ever as the couple was very private regarding their private life. Couple was married for more than 50 years till the death of her husband Sir Tony Lloyd who was born as Sir Anthony Joseph Lloyd. He took his last breathe on 17 January 2024 and died in the early morning at his home from his illness, at the age of 73.
Judith Tear Wiki
Judith Tear was born in Stretford, Lancashire, England. She is in her late 70s. Couple had three daughters and a son. In March 2011, he presented an early-morning motion in the House of Commons advocating for the knighthood of Manchester United’s player, Ryan Giggs.
Her husband, Tony Lloyd was fourth of five children. Judith Tear’s father-in-law name was Sydney Lloyd and mother-in-law name was, Cecily Lloyd. Judith and Tony used to reside in Stretford and attended Stretford Grammar School for Boys, the University of Nottingham (where he gained a BSc degree in mathematics in 1972).
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Her father-in-law, Sydney Lloyd died when Tony was 13, leaving his mother Cecily, a staunch supporter of the Labour Party, to shape his values. Lloyd said,
“My mother had friends who died in the Spanish Civil War. I saw that as a simple battle of good versus evil and in that sense the basic morality of politics was instilled in me. I have always thought if not fighting for what’s right and just, then what is politics for?”
Judith Tear pays tribute to her husband
Judith Tear pays tribute to her husband Sir Tony Lloyd who sadly passed away after a long battle with cancer. In January 2023, Sir Tony Lloyd revealed that he was undergoing chemotherapy after a recent cancer diagnosis.
In a heartfelt statement, Judith described Sir Tony as a loving, loyal husband and a true inspiration to all who knew him. She expressed her sadness for the outpouring of support and kind words during this difficult time and emphasized that Sir Tony’s legacy will continue to live on through his numerous contributions to society.