Frances (Liz Truss’ Daughter) Wiki, Family, Biography & More

 

Liz Truss with her daughters, Frances and Liberty

Frances is the elder daughter of Liz Truss, who became the 56th Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 2022.

Wiki/Biography

Frances was born in 2006 (age 16 years; as of 2022) in London, England.

Family

Frances belongs to a Christian family in England.

Parents & Siblings

Her father, Hugh O’Leary, is a British chartered accountant, and her mother, Liz Truss, is the 56th Prime Minister of the UK. She has a younger sister named Liberty.

Frances with her sister and parents

Frances with her sister and parents

Daughter of the 56th Prime Minister of the UK

On 10 July 2022, Liz Truss declared to take part in the Conservative Party leadership elections and replace Boris Johnson to become the next prime Minister of England. After Boris Johnson had to resign from the position of Prime Minister of the UK, Liz Truss became the frontrunner alongside former finance minister Rishi Sunak to become the Prime Minister of England. She was appointed as the 56th Prime Minister and the 3rd woman Prime Minister of the UK on 5 September 2022.

Liz Truss giving the speech in front of 10 Downing Street in London on 6 September 2022

Liz Truss giving the speech in front of 10 Downing Street in London on 6 September 2022

Facts/Trivia

  • Frances helped out her mother, Liz Truss, during the Tory leadership campaign on social media.
  • After Liz Truss took oath as the 56th Prime Minister of the UK, her daughters desired to choose flat Number 11 in Downing Street, though most of the Prime Ministers resided in the No 10 flat. [1]i News
  • Frances and her sister, Liberty, are the first teenagers of Generation Z to live in Downing Street in London since the children of Labour leader Tony Blair in 1997. [2]i News [3]South China Morning Post

    Frances and Liberty being photographed from the back by their mother, Liz Truss

    Frances and Liberty being photographed from the back by their mother, Liz Truss

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