Tulip Rizwana Siddiq(widely known as Tulip Siddiq)is a famous British politician. Her father’s name is Shafiq Siddiq, and her mother’s name is Sheikh Rehana. Tulip has been a Member of Parliament (MP) for Hampstead and Kilburn since 2015. Then let’s find out about her life.
|Full name:||Tulip Rizwana Siddiq|
|Religion:||Islam (But in 2013, Siddique married Christian William St. John Percy)|
|Birthday:||16 September 1982|
|Birthplace:||St Helier, Sutton, London, England|
|Age Now:||38 years (Update as 2020)|
|Net Worth:||$1 Million-$8 Million|
|Height:||In inches- 5’4” |
In centimeters- 164cm
In meters- 1.64 m
|Weight:||In kilogram- 58 kg|
In pounds- 127 lbs
Family & Relative
|Father’s name:||Shafiq Siddiq|
|Mother’s name:||Sheikh Rehana|
|Brother:||Radwan “Bobby” Mujib|
|Grandfather:||Sheikh Mujibur Rahman|
|Grandmother:||Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib|
|Aunt:||Sheikh Hasina (PM of Bangladesh)|
|Uncle:||M. A. Wazed Miah|
|Cousin Sister:||Saima Wazed Hossain|
|Cousin Brother:||Sajeeb Wazed (Joy)|
|Husband:||Christian William St John Percy|
Unknown facts about Tulip Siddiq
- Tulip Siddiq does not drink or smoke in any way.
- She is a politician from England, but she is of Bangladeshi descent.
- Tulip had elected MP from the Hampstead and Kilburn constituencies in 2015.
- She is the granddaughter of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the great hero of Bangladesh’s independence.
- The Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, is her aunt.
- Tulip Siddiq was a councilor at Regents Park.
- In 2010, Tulip Siddiq became the first Camden Councilor as a Bengali woman.
- Tulip Siddiq married Christian William St John Percy, a permanent resident of England, in 2013.
- She joined the political party Labor Party when she was just 16 years old.
|Higher education:||Master’s degree in politics, policy, and government|
|Collage:||King’s College London|
|University:||University College London|
Tulip Siddiq is a Muslim, but he says he is “more cultural than religious.” She is married to Christian William St John Percy, and he is a Christian. There is a lot of controversy about marrying a Christian to become a Muslim.
Tulip Siddiq says, “I am Muslim, and Chris is Christian, but we have maintained our own culture and religion with mutual interest. We are teaching our daughter to practice both religions, and then when Azalea grows up. She will choose which religion to follow.”
My daughter will do Muslim and Bangladeshi cultural things with me, but she knows about the church. Tulip’s daughter Azalea Joy attends a Jewish nursery.
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Tulip Siddiq was born on 16 September 1982 in St Helier, Sutton, London, England. Her parents Shafiq Siddiq and Sheikh Rehana they are of Bangladeshi descent. Sheikh Rehana is the daughter of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the great hero of Bangladesh’s independence and sister of the current (2020) Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina.
Tulip Siddiq completed a bachelor’s degree in English literature at University College London and then a postgraduate degree at King’s College London. She has previously attended the Royal School in Hampstead. In September 2011, she earned her second master’s degree in politics, policy, and government.
Tulip Rizwana Siddiq is a Muslim but says she is “more cultural than religious.” Tulip Siddiq married English citizen Christian William St John Percy in 2013, and he is the director of a Cambridge-educated company and has a background in the British Civil Service. Tulip Siddiq lives with her husband in a flat on Finchley Road in West Hampstead, London. She has two children and her daughter Azalea Joy.
Tulip Siddiq started his political journey by joining the Labor Party when she was just 16 years old. In her life, she has campaigned for different organizations, different political parties. She has worked for Amnesty International and has campaigned for Barack Obama in the United States.
Tulip has worked with major British manufacturers and MPs Ona King, Sadiq Khan, and Harry Cohen on corporate liability initiatives. In 2010, she became the first Camden Councilor as a Bengali woman.
Tulip Siddiq ran in the 2015 National Constituency as a Labor candidate in England and won the election. Now, Tulip Siddique is a member of the British Parliament and a rising leader of the Labor Party.