Barnaby Joyce : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography

Barnaby Thomas Gerard Joyce is an Australian politician know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography

Barnaby Joyce : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography
Barnaby Joyce

  Bio
Name Barnaby Joyce
Birthdate ( Age) 17 April 1967
Place of Birth Tamworth, Australia
Marital Status Married
Wife/Partner Ex.wife Natalie Joyce , Vikki Campion ( Present )
Children Bridgette Joyce, Odette Joyce, Caroline Joyce, Julia Joyce
Parents Marie Joyce ( Mother), James Joyce ( Father )
Profession
Member of the Australian Parliament ( MP )
Net Worth $15 Million

Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion 

Barnaby Thomas Gerard Joyce is an Australian politician. He will serve as the leader of the National Party and Deputy Prime Minister of Australia from 22 June 2021, having previously served as Nationals leader from February 2016 to February 2018, and Deputy Prime Minister from February 2016 to October 2017 and from December 2017 to February 2018.

In February 2018, he resigned his ministerial and leadership roles after acknowledging that he was during a relationship and expecting a toddler with a former staffer. He was succeeded by Michael McCormack,but returned as leader of the Nationals on 21 June 2021, following a leadership spill.

Early Life and Family

Barnaby Joyce was born in Tamworth, New South Wales and raised together of six children on a sheep and cattle property about sixty kilometres north-east at Danglemah near Woolbrook.Joyce's paternal grandfather, light colonel John P. Joyce,of the NZ Otago regiment landed at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915, and fought on the Western Front during war also as within the Pacific War during war II. John also once served as a bodyguard to the longer term King Edward VIII during the interwar period.Barnaby's father, James Michael Joyce, was born in New Zealand and was injured in war II.

James Joyce moved to Australia in 1947to study veterinary science at the University of Sydney, where he met Joyce's mother, Marie Roche,who was studying physiotherapy.In 1956, Barnaby's parents married and made their living as farmers.Joyce attended Woolbrook Public School,boarded at Saint Ignatius' College, Riverview in Sydney, and graduated from the University of latest England (UNE) Armidale with a Bachelor of monetary Administration in 1989.

Barnaby Joyce wife

Joyce met Natalie Abberfield at university. They were married in 1993,and together they need four daughters Julia, Caroline, Odette, and Bridgette.In December 2017, following his extramarital affair with political staffer Vikki Campion, Joyce announced that he and his wife had separated.

In February 2018, news reports confirmed that Joyce and his former staffer Vikki Campion were expecting a son together in April. However, in March 2018, Joyce explained that he and Campion were often physically apart round the time that conception would have most likely occurred, therefore conceding that paternity is "a gray area ."Joyce later stated that his doubts had been resolved.On 16 April 2018, Campion gave birth to Sebastian at Armidale Hospital in Armidale, New South Wales. The trio live within the Armidale area.

Barnaby Joyce Net Worth

Barnaby Thomas Gerard Joyce is an Australian politician who has an estimated Net Worth of $15 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

In the 2004 Australian federal election, Joyce was elected to the Senate representing Queensland and therefore the National Party. His term ran from 1 July 2005 until 30 June 2011. He was re-elected at the 2010 election as a member of the Liberal National Party, which was formed by a merger of the Queensland divisions of the 2 non-Labor parties.

Before taking his seat in July 2005, Joyce said that the govt shouldn't take his support without any consideration . As a senator, he crossed the ground nineteen times during the term of the Howard Government.Joyce initially expressed misgivings about the government's proposed sale of Telstra, the partially state-owned telecommunications company; nevertheless, Joyce voted in favour of the sale a couple of months later in September 2005.

As a Senator, Joyce used the threat of crossing the ground to extract concessions from his own government on various issues, most notably in reference to the sale of Telstra. He crossed the ground 28 times and there was a perception that he was a "maverick"and someone not beholden to the Liberals.The They Vote For You website, which monitors the voting patterns of federal politicians, records that Joyce has "rebelled" against the whip in 1.1% of divisions.The following table lists the legislation on which Joyce has crossed the ground , but doesn't include motions.

In April 2013, Joyce won the Nationals preselection for the House of Representatives seat of latest England in New South Wales for the September 2013 election. The seat was persisted a margin of 21.52% by independent politician Tony Windsor, who had decided to retire.Independent state parliamentarian Richard Torbay had been preselected as National candidate.

In August 2012, but was pushed out due to concerns about his ownership of several Centrelink buildings and reports that he received secret donations from Labor interests to run against National candidates.Joyce won the seat of latest England with a margin of 21 points. He was the primary person to get back both a Senate seat and a House of Representatives seat previously lost by the Coalition.

Following the 2013 election, Joyce was elected deputy leader of the Nationals. On 18 September 2013, Joyce was sworn in as Minister for Agriculture. On 21 September 2015, this portfolio was expanded to incorporate Water Resources within the First Turnbull Ministry.

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