Michael Gove Bio, Wiki, Divorce, Affair Rumours, Children, Wife Sarah Vine, Net worth

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Who is Michael Gove?

Michael Gove or Michael Andrew Gove born Graeme Andrew Logan on 26 August 1967 is a British politician and writer serving as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster since 2019 and Minister for the Cabinet Office since 2020. He has been Member of Parliament (MP) for Surrey Heath since 2005. A member of the Conservative Party, he served as Education Secretary from 2010 to 2014, Chief Whip from 2014 to 2015, Justice Secretary from 2015 to 2016 and Environment Secretary from 2017 to 2019. He has twice run to become Leader of the Conservative Party, in 2016 and 2019, finishing in third place on both occasions.

Michael Gove Biography, Wiki

Michael Gove or Graeme Andrew Logan was born on 26 August 1967. His biological mother, whom he originally believed to have been an unmarried Edinburgh student, was in fact a 23-year-old cookery demonstrator. Gove regarded his birthplace as Edinburgh until it was revealed in a biography in 2019 that he was born in a maternity hospital in Fonthill Road, Aberdeen. Logan was put into care soon after he was born.

At the age of four months he was adopted by a Labour-supporting couple in Aberdeen, Ernest and Christine Gove, by whom he was brought up. After he joined the Gove family, Logan’s name was changed to Michael Andrew Gove. His adoptive father, Ernest, ran a fish processing business and his adoptive mother, Christine, was a lab assistant at the University of Aberdeen, before working at the Aberdeen School for the Deaf.

Gove, his adoptive parents and his sister Angela lived in a small property in the Kittybrewster area of Aberdeen, before relocating to Rosehill Drive.

After university, when applying for a job at the Conservative Research Department, he was told he was “insufficiently political” and “insufficiently Conservative”, so he turned to journalism.

Gove met the journalist Sarah Vine in 1998, when he was comment editor and she was arts editor at The Times. They married in 2001 and have two children – a daughter born in 2003 and a son born in 2004. Gove lives in Earl’s Court, having formerly lived in Notting Hill, North Kensington and Mayfair.

Gove contracted H1N1 swine flu during the 2009 influenza pandemic. Gove is a supporter of Queens Park Rangers Football Club.

In July 2021, a joint statement on behalf of Vine and Gove said: “Michael and Sarah have agreed to separate and they are in the process of finalising their divorce.”

BornGraeme Andrew Logan
26 August 1967 (age 53)
Aberdeen, Scotland
Political partyConservative
Other political
Labour (1983)
Spouse(s)Sarah Vine​​(m. 2001; sep. 2021)​
EducationRobert Gordon’s College
Alma materLady Margaret Hall, Oxford (BA)
Michael Gove Biography, Wiki

Michael Gove Sarah Vine Split

Michael Gove and his wife Sarah Vine have announced their divorce. They have been married for 20 years since they tied the knot in 2001. They have two children.

Tory Cabinet Office Minister Gove, 53, and journalist Vine, 54, went public with their separation on Friday.

A statement on behalf of the couple said: “Michael and Sarah have agreed to separate and they are in the process of finalising their divorce.

“They will continue to support their two children and they remain close friends. The family politely ask for privacy at this time and will not be providing any further comment.”

Recently, columnist Sarah said Matt Hancock’s affair with Gina Coladangelo was “entirely predictable” because marriages suffer when one partner works in politics.

She wrote: “The problem with the wife who has known you since way before you were king of the world is that she sees through your façade… She knows that, deep down inside, you are not the Master of the Universe you purport to be.”

In her Mail On Sunday column, she added: “Ministers are surrounded by people telling them how brilliant they are. Their departments treat them like feudal barons. Their every whim is treated as law. No one ever says No to them.

Michael Gove Sarah Vine Split

Michael Gove Education

Michael was educated at Robert Gordon’s College, Aberdeen and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University. He was educated at two state schools (Sunnybank Primary School and Kittybrewster Primary School), and later, on the recommendation of his primary school teacher, he sat and passed the entrance exam for the independent Robert Gordon’s College. In October 2012, he wrote an apology letter to his former French teacher for misbehaving in class. Outside of school, he spent time as a Sunday school teacher at Causewayend Church. As he entered sixth year he had to apply for a scholarship as his family fell on difficult economic circumstances. He passed the scholarship exam and served as a school prefect in his final two years.

Michael Gove Political Career

Michael was Shadow Minister for Housing from 2005 to 2007 and Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families from 2007 to 2010.

He served as Secretary of State for Education from May 2010 until July 2014. From July 2014 to May 2015, he served as Government Chief Whip and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury. Michael also served as Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice from May 2015 until 14 July 2016.

Michael Gove Honours, and Awards

In 2010 he was appointed to the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, giving him the honorific title “The Right Honourable” for life. Gove won the ‘Rising Star Award’ in the February 2006 Channel 4 political awards.

In 2019, LBC’s Iain Dale and a “panel of experts” placed Gove third in a list of that year’s ‘Top 100 Most Influential Conservatives’.

Michael Gove Net worth

Michael Gove Net has a net worth of £1.6 million, although some reports suggest his fortune can go up to £3 million.

Sarah Vine is currently a journalist for the Daily Mail, where she has worked since 2013. Sarah Vine’s net worth is believed to be £1 million.

Michael Gove’s Religion

In 2012, Gove was behind plans to provide schools throughout England and Wales with a copy of the King James Bible (inscribed “presented by the Secretary of State for Education”) to celebrate the 400th anniversary of its translation into English, though he said he backed the scheme because of the historical and cultural significance of that translation rather than on purely religious grounds.

In 2013, Gove credited Cardinal Keith O’Brien with using his intellect to protect the vulnerable in Scotland whilst regretting the absence of a similar figure in the Kirk.

In April 2015, he described his faith in an article for The Spectator magazine. In widely reported remarks, he complained that “to call yourself a Christian in contemporary Britain is to invite pity, condescension or cool dismissal.”

In 2016, he credited his Christian faith for his focus as Justice Minister on redemption and rehabilitation.

Michael Gove FAQ’s

What is Michael Gove’s Net worth?

Michael Gove Net has a net worth of £1.6 million, although some reports suggest his fortune can go up to £3 million.

What is Sarah Vine’s Net worth?

. Sarah Vine’s net worth is believed to be £1 million.

How many children do Michael Gove and Sarah Vine have?

Michael Gove and Sarah vine have 2 children.

What is Michael Gove’s Educational Qualification?

Michael was educated at Robert Gordon’s College, Aberdeen and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University.

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