Net Worth of Nadine Dorries in 2024, Age, Height, Dating, Bio
Quick Facts of Nadine Dorries
Full Name: Nadine Dorries
Age: 66 Years Old
Birthday: 21 May 1957
Birthplace: Liverpool, Merseyside, England
Nationality: British
Gender: Female
Horoscope: Gemini
Ex-Husband:  Paul Dorries
Net Worth: $3.5 Million USD (approx)
Height: 5 feet 4 inches
Profession: Politician and Reality TV Personality
Sibling: Not Known

Who is Nadine Dorries?

Nadine Dorries is a British politician who is the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport. She has been involved in politics since the year 2000. She was also a nurse in the past. Her father suffered from Raynaud’s disease, so she became a nurse. She is moved by her father’s suffering, which inspired her to pursue a career as a nurse.

She was also a writer. Throughout her career, she published 29 book-loving novels. Her best-selling books include The Four Streets (2014), The Ballymara Road (2015), Coming Home to the Fourth Streets (2021), and many more.

What is the Age of Nadine Dorries?

Her parents gave birth to Nadine Dorries in 1957. Her parents’ and siblings’ identities, however, have yet to be revealed. Unfortunately, her parents divorced when she was a teenager. Her father was afflicted with Raynaud’s disease. She is currently 66  years old. Her childhood was spent in Liverpool, England. Likewise, His nationality is British, and he is of white ethnicity. Her zodiac sign is Gemini, and she is a Christian.

She attended Rose Heath Primary School for her education. She later attended Halewood Grange Comprehensive School. She then began her nursing career as a trainee at Warrington General Hospital in 1975.

Who is Nadine Dorries’s Husband?

Nadine Dorries was happily married to mining engineer Paul Dorries. When they first met is unknown. The couple did, however, exchange wedding vows in 1984. The couple has three kids together. Jennifer Dorries, Cassie Dorrie, and Philippa Dorries are their names. Unfortunately, the couple ended their relationship in 2007 after nearly 23 years together. Her current relationship status is also stated to be single.

What is the Net Worth of Nadine Dorries?

Since 2005, Nadine Dorries has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Mid Bedfordshire. She is the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport. As a result, she should have received good money and services from the government up to this point. According to some online sources, her current net worth is estimated to be $3.5 million. Her salary and other financial details, however, have yet to be revealed.

What is the Height of Nadine Dorries?

Nadine Dorries has a slim build, stands 5 feet 4 inches tall, and weighs around 65 kg. Similarly, she has hazel eyes and grey hair. Her other body information has yet to be revealed. In the event of disclosure, we will notify you.

When did Nadine Dorries Begin her Career?

  • She began working as a nurse in Liverpool after completing her nursing traineeship. She worked as a nurse for two years before becoming a medical representative for Ethical Ltd for a year.
  • In 1987, she founded Kids Ltd, a company that provided child day-care services for working parents. However, the company was sold to BUPA in 1998, and she became the director of the health provider the following year.
  • She was chosen as the prospective parliamentary candidate (PPC) for Hazel Grove in 2000.
  • After a year, she runs for the seat in the general election in 2001. She was, however, unsuccessful in her attempt to succeed.
  • After four years, she was elected to the House of Commons in the 2005 general election for the safe seat of Mid Bedfordshire following Jonathan Sayeed’s retirement due to ill health following a series of scandals.
  • She introduced a Private Member’s Bill in the House of Commons in 2006 that would have reduced the time limit for abortion in the United Kingdom from 24 to 21 weeks.
  • She introduced an amendment to the proposed Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill in 2008, seeking to reduce the upper limit for abortions from the current 24 weeks of pregnancy to 20 weeks.
  • She received the Readers’ Representative Award from The Spectator magazine the same year.
  • She was a member of the Innovation, Universities, Science, and Skills Committee in 2009.
  • The following year, she campaigned against “a proposal to prohibit the wearing of high heels in the workplace,” which was to be debated at the 2009 Trades Union Congress (TUC).
  • She was elected to the Health Select Committee in 2010 with an increased majority and a 2.3 percent swing from the Lib Dems.
  • In 2011, she proposed a bill requiring sex education in schools to include abstinence-promoting content for girls aged 13-16, billed as teaching them “how to say no.”
  • In the same year, she led the first delegation of Parliamentarians to Equatorial Guinea.
  • In 2013, she announced that she would no longer claim personal expenses as an MP and would instead deduct them from her salary.
  • The following year, she ran for deputy speaker after one of the three positions became vacant. She received 13 MPs’ support and was the first of the six candidates to be eliminated in the voting process.
  • According to Buzzfeed, she became confused about her party’s position on Brexit in 2017 after speaking with a politics teacher about a key component of her party’s position, Britain’s proposed exit from the European Union Customs Union.
  • She was strongly in favor of Brexit in 2018, referring to the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated between the UK Government and the EU27. This agreement gives us no voice, no vote, no MEPs, and no commissioner.”
  • In 2019, she was appointed to the Department of Health and Social Care as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Mental Health, Suicide Prevention, and Patient Safety.
  • She became the first MP to be diagnosed with COVID-19 in 2020. It is unknown when she contracted the disease, but she was said to have visited Parliament and 10 Downing Street before being ordered to self-isolate.
  • The following year, she was appointed Minister of State for Mental Health, Suicide Prevention, and Patient Safety.
  • She received media criticism at the end of 2020 after declining an offer of cross-party talks to discuss a mental health support package for frontline NHS and care staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • In 2021, she defended the Government’s 1% NHS pay offer on the grounds that it would protect the financial support of those on furlough, citing “unprecedented” financial pressures on the UK.
  • Following Oliver Dowden’s appointment as Conservative Party Co-Chairman, she was promoted to Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport at the end of 2021.
  • She officially started in 2022 that the government would introduce legislation to “hold to account” streaming companies for offensive content.

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