A British politician and economist, Yvette Cooper is currently married to Ed Balls since 1998. She was born to father a former General Secretary Tony Cooper, and teacher mother June Cooper. Yvette Cooper studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Balliol College, Oxford, and graduated with a first-class honors degree. Cooper began her career as an economic policy researcher for Shadow ChancellorJohn Smith in 1990.
Early Life of Yvette Cooper
Yvette Cooper was born on March 20, 1969, in Inverness, Scotland to Tony Cooper. He graduated from the Balliol College, Oxford with a first-class honors degree.
Yvette Cooper's Career
Yvette Cooper started her career as an economic policy researcher for Shadow Chancellor John Smith in early 1990. She made her maiden speech on 2 July 1997, speaking about her constituency's struggle with unemployment.
Yvette Cooper's Net Worth
Yvette Cooper's estimated net worth is in millions.
Yvette Cooper's Personal Life
Yvette Cooper married to Ed Balls on 10 January 1998 in Eastbourne. Her husband was the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer and a candidate in the 2010 Labour leadership election.
The couple has been blessed with two daughters and one son named, Joe Balls, Maddy Balls, Ellie Balls. The couple seems to be very happy with each other so there are no signs of their separation.