Pauline Hanson Biography and Wiki
Pauline Lee Hanson is an Australian politician who is popularly known as the founder and leader of One Nation, a right-wing populist political party. Pauline has represented Queensland in the Australian Senate since the 2016 Federal Election.
Pauline Hanson Age and Birthday
Pauline was born on May 27, 1954, in Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia. She is 67 years old as of 2021. Her birth sign is Gemini. Hanson turns 68 years old on May 27, 2022.
Pauline Hanson Height and Weight
Hanson stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.70 m) tall and weighs 75kgs(165 lbs).
Pauline Hanson Education
Pauline attended and graduated from Buranda Girls’ School. She later joined Coorparoo State School in Coorparoo where she ended her education at the tender age of 15. Further details concerning her academic background will be updated soon when revealed.
Pauline Hanson Family, Parents, Siblings
Hanson is the daughter of John Alfred “Jack” Seccombe(father) and Hannorah Alousius Mary “Norah” Seccombe(mother). Her parents owned a fish and chip shop in Ipswich, Queensland, in which Hanson and her siblings worked from a young age, preparing meals and taking orders.
She grew up in Queensland alongside her six siblings. In Addition, she also assisted her parents with more administrative work in bookkeeping and sales ledger.
Pauline Hanson Husband, Is She Married?
Moving on to her marital affairs, the famed politician is in a romantic relationship with Tony Nyquist, who is a property developer and real estate agent. The duo began dating in 2011 as she was campaigning for the New South Wales Legislative Council. Pauline was previously married to Mark Hanson (m. 1980–1987) and Walter Zagorski (m. 1971–1977). We are keeping tabs and we will update her partner’s details soon.
Pauline Hanson Net Worth
Pauline Hanson has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 million to $8 million as of 2021. This amount is from her extensive career as a politician among other investments.
Pauline Hanson One Nation
Hanson along with David Oldfield and David Ettridge founded the One Nation political party in February 1997. An opinion poll in May of that year indicated that the party was attracting the support of 9 percent of Australian voters and that its popularity was primarily at the expense of the Liberal Party-National Party Coalition’s base.
In Addition, One Nation won three seats in the Western Australian Legislative Council at the 2001 state election.
Pauline Hanson Politics
Hanson was a regular contributor on Channel Nine’s Today show since May 2019, but she was removed from the role in July 2020 after describing people who lived in Melbourne public housing as drug addicts who couldn’t speak English. She has represented Queensland in the Australian Senate since the 2016 Federal Election.