Jacqui Lambie

Jacqui Lambie

Jacqui Lambie
Quick Facts About Jacquiline Lambie
Celebrated Name Jacqui Lambie
Age 53 years old
Nick Name Jacqui Lambie
Birth Name Jacquiline Louise Lambie
Birth Date 1971-02-26
Gender Female
Profession Former Australian Senator
Nationality Australian
Religion Catholic
Place of Birth Ulverstone, Tasmania, Australia
Horoscope Pisces
Education Devonport High School
Marital Status divorced
Husband John Milverton
Weight 62 kg
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Salary $199,040
Brother Bobby Lambie

Who is Jacqui Lambie?

Jacqui Lambie is an Australian politician who is the leader and founder of the party Jacqui Lambie Network (JLN) and retired military. She served as a Senator for Tasmania from 2014 to 2017

What is Jacqui Lambie Best Known for?

She is best known for her leadership in the political party Jacqui Lambie Network.

How was Jacqui Lambie's Early Life?

Lambie was born as Jacqueline Louise Lambie on 26 February 1971 in Ulverstone, Tasmania, Australia. Her parents separated when she was 13, and she was raised in a public housing estate in Devonport, attending Devonport High School until she left at Year 11.  Her nationality is Australian and she is a Catholic. Her zodiac is Pisces. She took a year off before deciding to apply to join the army but fell pregnant with her first child shortly before her enlistment.

How is Jacqui Lambie's Career?

Initially, Lambie served as a military for the Australian Army where she served for over ten years starting in 1989, first in the transport corps, and subsequently as a military policewoman. She held the rank of Corporal. During a field exercise in July 1997, Lambie suffered injuries that resulted in severe back pain and was retired in 2000. Lambie's political involvement began in 2008 when she began working for Tasmanian Labor senator Nick Sherry Jacqui Lambie served as Deputy Leader of the Palmer United Party in the Senate from 1st of July, 2014 to 19th November 2014 and as a Leader of the Palmer United Party in Tasmania from 25th August, 2013 to 13th March, 2014. 

She was succeeded by Kevin Morgan. She worked as Senator for Tasmania from 1st July 2014 to 14th November 2017. She was succeeded by Steve Martin. She is a part of Jacqui Lambie Network and she has joined the political party Jacqui Lambie Network. She was elected to the Senate in the 2019 Australian federal election.

what are Jacqui Lambie's Achievements?

She held the rank of Corporal while she served as a military policewoman for Australia Army. In April 2015, Lambie applied to register a political party called the Jacqui Lambie Network. She is the two time Senate for Australian Federal Election in 2013 and 2016. She was elected to the Senate in the 2019 Australian federal election. She is an advocate for veterans with the Returned and Services League of Australia and is involved in fundraising with the Burnie Chamber of Commerce, the Country Women's Association and Rotary.

How is Jacqui Lambie's Personal Life?

Jacqui Lambie is single at this time but she was married in the past. She was dating her high school boyfriend when she was enlisted in the Army. She gave birth to her first son and named him as Bretyn. She was only 18 years old at that time. She then started dating John Millerton and married him. Her husband John Milverton and she had a de facto marriage. Sadly this relationship also did not work out. She gave birth to her second son with John and she named her son as Dylan. 

She also adopted another child Brentyn when she was with John Millerton.  She likes to spend time with her sons and she is a very responsible mother. She is a foodie and she has posted pictures of her enjoying food in her Instagram account. She is a traveler and enjoys a new location as well.

How Tall is Jacqui Lambie?

Her height is not known yet. she weighs around 62 kilos. She has brown eyes and hair.

What is Jacqui Lambie's Net Worth?

Her net worth is still not disclosed. she used to receive $199,040 as her salary as Senator.

She has 42.8k followers on twitter, 16.3k on Instagram and 269k on Facebook.

some facts:

On 14 November 2017, Lambie announced her resignation from the Senate, after revealing she held dual British-Australian citizenship She has also authored a book called Reber with a Cause: You Can’t Keep a Bloody Lambie Down- My Story from Soldier to Senator and Beyond. The Parliamentary Library of Australia includes Lambie on its list of Indigenous parliamentarians.

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