Kirsten Mehr is a German national who is the current wife of Nigel Farage who served as Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for South East England from 1999 until the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union in 2020. Once his divorce from his first wife was finalised, Farage married Kirsten in 1999. Together, the couple has two children and it appears that Farage alternates his time between his London flat and the family home in Kent.
Who Is Kirsten Mehr?
In 1999, Kirsten Mehr and Nigel Farage married. Couple have two children together named, Victoria Farage and Isabelle Farage. She said,
“My husband and I have lived separate lives for some years and he moved out of the family home a while ago. This is a situation that suits everyone and is not news to any of the people involved.” The couple is still together, as of December 2023.
Kirsten Mehr Age
Kirsten Mehr’s exact date of birth is not known. She was born in 1966. As of now, she is 55 years old. Her parent names are not known.
|Nigel Farage (m. 1999)
|55 years old, in 2023
|Victoria Farage and
Kirsten Mehr Personal Life
In April 2018, Kirsten Mehr said that the children have both British and German passports and that they speak “perfect German”. She has spoken of how they have been teased because of their relation.
Nigel Farage has made reference to his German wife in response to criticisms that he is “anti-Europe”, while he himself says he is merely anti-EU.
Farage has employed his wife Kirsten as his parliamentary secretary and in April 2014 he said that “nobody else could do that job”. In February 2017, his wife told the Press Association that they were living “separate lives” and that Farage had “moved out of the family home a while ago”.
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Some Facts About Kirsten Mehr
- Kirsten Mehr’s husband, Nigel Farage is a keen cricket fan and has appeared on Test Match Special.
- She is a Christian.
- She was born in Hamburg, Germany.
- She holds German nationality.
- In 2014, he described himself as a “somewhat lapsed” member of the Church of England.
- Farage reported that his UK bank accounts were closed against his will, and he faced difficulties in opening new accounts, in June 2023.