Khairy Jamaluddin is married to his wife Nori Abdullah. She is the daughter of former Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
Khairy Jamaluddin is a politician of Malaysia, and he has also served as Minister of Health in the Barisan Nasional (BN) administration.
Who Is Khairy Jamaluddin Wife- Nori Abdullah?
Politician Jamaluddin’s wife is Nori Abdullah as mentioned earlier.
His wife also comes from a political background as she is the daughter of Tun Dato ‘Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi who had served as the 5th Prime Minister of Malaysia from 2003 to 2009.
Khairy and Nori got married in the year 2001 and have given birth to three children together.
The name of their children is Jibrel Ali (born 2008), Timor Abdullah(born 2008), and Raif Averroes (born 2015).
Talking about Nori, she began her career at the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia in 1999.
Moreover, she is also a founding member of Puteri UMNO and also the youth wing of Malays National Organization, which is the largest political party of Malaysia.
Get To Know Khairy Jamaluddin Age And Height
Malaysian Politician Khairy’s age is currently 45 years old. He was born on January 10, 1976.
Khairy was born in Kuwait City, Kuwait, and he attended the United World College of South East Asia in Singapore and then went to Oxford University and University College London (UCL).
He studied at St Hugh’s College and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE), and then he also completed his master’s degree in Legal and Political Theory at UCL.
In his early life, Khairy also served as a journalist and presented on a talkshow named Dateline Malaysia.
Also, the political worked as the Deputy Principal Private Secretary of his father Abdullah from 2003 to 2004.
Talking about Jamaluddin’s height, he stands 5 feet 9 inches.
Meet Khairy Jamaluddin Family
Khairy was born in a Malaysian family. He is the only son of his father, Dato’ Jamaluddin Abu Bakar, and his mother Rahmah Abdul Hamid.
His father was a former diplomat, and his mother is an ethnic Malay housewife of Kedahan ancestry.
Dato’ Jamaluddin Abu Bakar was a senior diplomatic officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and he retired as the Malaysian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.