Rishi Sunak’s wife Akshata Murty first spotted since becoming PM ahead of no10 motion

Rishi Sunak’s wife Akshata Murty first spotted since becoming PM ahead of no10 motion

Akshata Murty, Rishi Sunak’s multimillionaire wife, was spotted for the first time since her husband became Prime Minister, as the family prepared to move into 10 Downing Street.Rishi Sunak's multi-millionaire wife Akshata Murty has been spotted for the first time since he became Prime Minister

Mrs. Murty was photographed leaving the couple’s London home in casual attire this morning, as Britain’s new prime minister prepares to move back into No10, barely six months after departing Downing Street for his £6.6 million Kensington townhouse.

As chancellor, the former Goldman Sachs banker resided in the No. 10 apartment, as opposed to the No. 11 apartment above which the senior Treasury minister typically resides.Mrs Murty (left) and the family are preparing to move into No.10 Downing Street from their Kensington townhouse

Mr. Sunak, his wife, his daughters Krishna and Anoushka, and the family labrador Nova relocated in April to be closer to the £22,000-per-year premium school for their children.

The then-Chancellor divided his time between the two residences, but his family continued to reside in west London.

It is believed that Mr. Sunak will return to the No. 10 flat, where he and his wife were claimed to be’very happy’ despite widespread speculation that the future prime minister may opt to return to this living arrangement rather than reside in Downing Street full-time.It is understood Mr Sunak will move back into the No10 flat, where he and his wife were said to be 'very happy'

Akshata Murty, Rishi Sunak’s multimillionaire wife, was spotted for the first time since he became Prime Minister.

Mrs. Murty (left) and her family are prepared to move from their Kensington mansion to No. 10 Downing Street.

It is believed that Mr. Sunak will return to the No. 10 flat, where he and his wife were reportedly’very happy’

Akshata Murty, Rishi Sunak’s multimillionaire wife, was spotted for the first time since Mr. Sunak became prime minister on Friday morning.Rishi Sunak's multi-millionaire wife Akshata Murty - seen for the first time on Friday morning since Mr Sunak took over as PM

It implies that Mr. Sunak will not reside in the larger apartment above No. 11, which has been the norm for prime ministers since 1997, when Sir Tony Blair seized power.

Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie remodeled the apartment for an estimated £200,000 during the infamous ‘wallpapergate’ controversy, which contained gold wallpaper that cost thousands of pounds.

Mr. Sunak still owns the London townhouse, and if he wants to get away from Downing Street, he and his family will be able to spend weekends at the Prime Minister’s official country retreat, Chequers, in addition to their London homes and North Yorkshire constituency home.Rishi Sunak alongside his billionaire heiress wife Akshata Murty - by far the wealthiest occupants of Downing Street in history

Since 1735, Downing Street has been the official residence of the British Prime Minister and the location from which the nation’s leaders have weathered international wars, financial crises, and pandemics.

The Oxbridge-educated former Goldman Sachs banker and his Stanford-educated spouse are by far the wealthiest occupants of Downing Street in history, with an estimated net worth of £730 million. This includes multiple properties in Britain and the United States, a string of business interests, and a fleet of cars including ‘high-spec’ Range Rovers, ‘top-of-the-range’ Lexuses, and a BMW.

Rishi Sunak and his billionaire heiress wife Akshata Murty are by far the richest Downing Street residents in history.

Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata have two children, Krishna, 11, and Anoushka, nine.

Ms. Murty is rumored to be wealthier than even King Charles III; here, the new prime minister and his wife attend a banquet for the British Asian Trust at the British Museum in London with the king in February of this year.

In March of last year, then-prime minister Rishi Sunak held the budget box at his official house at 11 Downing Street.Ms Murty is said to be wealthier than even King Charles III - here the new PM and his wife appear in a photo with the King from February this year as they attended a reception to celebrate the British Asian Trust at the British Museum, London

On Tuesday, October 25, Rishi Sunak delivered a speech outside 10 Downing Street as Britain’s new prime minister.

Ms. Murty is rumored to be richer than even King Charles III due to her £430 million stake in her wealthy father’s IT firm.

She has also continued to hold stakes in businesses over the years, including a joint venture with Amazon, Cloudtail, in India worth £900million a year, a project she and Rishi co-founded, Catamaran Ventures UK, shares in the company that runs Jamie Oliver’s Pizzeria and burger chain Wendy’s in India, and Etonian tailor New & Lingwood, which makes pupils’ tailcoats costing £2,500 each.

Rishi’s father-in-law, dubbed “India’s Bill Gates” for his pioneering role in the country’s tech boom, was recently ranked the sixth richest person in India and the 654th richest person in the world after his remarkable success in founding Bangalore-based IT firm Infosys in the 1980s, now a £9.6billion multinational with more than 345,000 employees.

While Akshata’s father amassed an estimated £3.9 billion in wealth, her mother Sudha became India’s largest automobile maker TELCO’s first female engineer.

More than 1,000 guests were invited to their daughter’s wedding to Rishi in 2009, including Indian actor Girish Karnad, cricketers Anil Kumble and Syed Kirmani, former champion badminton player Prakash Padukone, business tycoon Azim Premji, known as the tsar of the Indian IT industry, and billionaire entrepreneur Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, chair of a biotechnology company in Bangalore.

According to the depiction of their lives in Sudha’s 2017 book Three Thousand Stitches, Mr. Sunak’s in-laws are introverts who live cheaply, do their own dishes, and like nothing more than reading books, despite their staggering fortune.

This is the incredible network of residences and enterprises that Mr. Sunak and his wife Akshata are connected to.Then-chancellor Rishi Sunak holding the budget box inside his official residence at 11 Downing Street in March last year

The astounding fortune of Rishi Sunak’s billionaire heiress wife Akshata Murty’s extended family has been revealed.

Downing Street’s revelation that the new prime minister will not be attending the Cop-27 climate summit in Egypt next month has sparked controversy over Rishi Sunak.

Downing Street’s revelation that the new prime minister will not be attending the Cop-27 climate summit in Egypt next month has sparked controversy over Rishi Sunak.

No. 10 stated that his absence from the international conference in Sharm el-Sheikh will let him to focus on “other critical home obligations.”Rishi Sunak making a speech outside 10 Downing Street as Britain's new Prime Minister on Tuesday October 25

The Cop-27 summit will take held between November 6 and 18, with the participation of world leaders anticipated during the first week.

Mr. Sunak revealed proposals for an Autumn budget on November 17 in an effort to address a hole in the public finances caused by recent economic upheaval.

Labour accused the prime minister of a “major leadership failure” and claimed he was now “absent in action” on climate concerns.

Additionally, Downing Street revealed that Mr. Sunak had demoted climate minister Graham Stuart, who will no longer be attending Cabinet meetings.

The climate conference will take place one year after the United Kingdom held the Cop-26 meeting in Glasgow, which was attended by a number of Cabinet members, including Mr. Sunak as Chancellor.

A No10 official confirmed that Mr. Sunak will not be attending this year’s follow-up summit by stating, ‘The PM is not expected to attend Cop27 owing to other pressing domestic commitments, notably the preparation of the Autumn budget.

The United Kingdom will be fully represented by key ministries in addition to Cop President Alok Sharma.

Downing Street claimed the prime minister remained “totally committed” to supporting the climate conference and rejected that his choice to forgo the summit indicated a reduction in the importance of climate concerns to the government.

The spokesperson for the White House stated, “We remain committed to net zero and to leading international and local efforts to combat climate change.”

The United Kingdom is ahead of several other nations in terms of net zero emissions.

‘We will continue to work closely with Egypt as the hosts of Cop-27 and to ensure that all nations are meeting the historic pledges they made at the Glasgow climate deal,’

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