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Margaret Joan Trudeau (nee Sinclair) was born on the 10th September 1948, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and is an author, photographer, social advocate, actress and former television talk show hostess, also the former wife of the 15th Prime Minister of Canada, Pierre Trudeau. Her career as an author started in 1979.
Have you ever wondered how rich Margaret Trudeau is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Trudeau’s net worth is as high as $10 million, an amount earned through her successful careers in writing, acting and on TV.
Margaret Trudeau Net Worth $10 Million
Margaret Trudeau was the daughter of James Sinclair, a politician and former Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, and Doris Kathleen Sinclair, nee Bernard. Besides her father’s Scottish heritage, Margaret has Nias and Malaccan ancestry on her mother’s side of the family, due to the family’s long history as colonists in Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia. When she was four, her family moved to Ontario due to her father’s political obligations. Margaret studied sociology at the Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia, from which she graduated in 1969. She was twenty-three when she married Pierre Trudeau, and became the wife of a Prime Minister.
Margaret’s own career really began after her tenure as the Prime Minister’s wife, first with a starring role in the comedy film “L’ange gardien” (1978), in which she played Annie. Following her separation in 1977, she supported herself by embarking on a writing career, documenting her marriage experiences in the book “Beyond Reason” (1979). A versatile person, Margaret decided to try her hand in hosting television shows, first with “Morning Magazine” from 1981 to 1983, and then she hosted the self-titled television series “Margaret” from 1983 to 1984. In the meantime, she starred in another movie, this time a drama called “Kings and Desperate Men” (1981), with Patrick McGoohan, Alexis Kanner, and Andrea Marcovicci. She also published another book in 1982, entitled “Consequences”.
Next phase of her career began with the tragic death of her youngest son in an avalanche in 1998; afterwards, Margaret became an advocate for WaterCan and avalanche safety. Having suffered from bipolar disorder and bouts of depression her entire life, she is also an advocate for people who suffer from mental illness, and she often spoke of her experience in order to reduce the stigma surrounding these disorder, and her advocacy includes writing a book about her experiences, entitled “Changing My Mind” (2010), in which she detailed her struggle. For her work in this field, she was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Western Ontario in 2013. As for her other advocacy, Margaret serves as the honorary president of WaterAid Canada, which aims to provide sustainable water supply and sanitation services in developing countries. Following “Changing My Mind”, she published another inspirational book, this time aimed at women, “The Time of Your Life: Choosing a vibrant, joyful future” (2015). She is also supportive of the work of her eldest son, Justin, the current Prime Minister of Canada, though she chooses to remain out of the public eye.
Regarding her personal life, Margaret has been married twice, and both of her marriages were cut short due to her mental health problems. She had three sons with her first husband, Pierre, two of whom survive. From her second marriage to Fried Kemper, real-estate developer, she has a son and a daughter.
|Full Name||Margaret Trudeau|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date Of Birth||September 10, 1948|
|Place Of Birth||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Height||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
|Education||Simon Fraser University|
|Spouse||Fred Kemper (m. 1984–1999), Pierre Trudeau (m. 1971–1984)|
|Children||Justin Trudeau, Alexandre Trudeau, Michel Trudeau, Alicia Kemper, Kyle Kemper|
|Parents||James Sinclair, Kathleen Sinclair|
|Movies||Kings and Desperate Men, L'ange gardien|
|1||[on an official trip to China in 1973] We were welcomed with such enthusiasm! There were maybe 10,000 children out on he tarmac with ribbons. Some of them were as small as three or four, dancing in perfect symmetry. I'd never seen anything like it! They had this same song that they sang. And there were flower petals and just joy and colour, and marching bands and noise.|
|2||[on husband Pierre] He was never a player like Nixon. He wanted to change things he saw as unjust, and did it. He had a rational brain. I have an intuitive one, so he relied on me a lot to understand the social nuances and things going on from an intuitive point-of-view. But his rational thinking was way beyond where I could go. He had a big grasp of how the world was going to change.|
|1||Daughter, Alicia, is born. |
|2||Son Kyle Kemper is born. |
|3||Three sons, Justin Trudeau, Sacha Trudeau, and Michel, with Pierre Trudeau.|
|4||The nation of Canada grieved with her when her youngest son died in an avalanche.|
|5||Has spoken publicly about her battle with depression.|
|6||Has risen above tragedy to become a spokesperson for WaterCan and avalanche safety.|
|7||Graduated from Simon Fraser University, which was then considered a radical university.|
|8||Danced at Studio 54 while her husband was running a country.|
|9||Became a photographer, actress, writer and television host.|
|10||At age 22, became the youngest first lady in the world at the time of her marriage to Pierre Trudeau.|
|11||Her youngest son, Michel, died in an avalanche in British Columbia, Canada, in November 1998, at the age of 23.|
|Kings and Desperate Men||1981||Elizabeth Kingsley|
|Breaking the Silence||Documentary post-production||Herself|
|The Hour||2010||TV Series||Herself|
|Who Do You Think You Are?||2008||TV Series||Herself|
|Canada A.M.||2006||TV Series||Herself|
|Life and Times||1998||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Biography||1995||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Big City Comedy||1986||Video documentary||Herself|
|The Alan Thicke Show||1980||TV Series||Herself|
|To Tell the Truth||1980||TV Series||Herself - Panelist (1980)|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1979||TV Series||Herself|
|Celebrity Cooks||1978||TV Series||Herself|
|The Hecklers||1975||Documentary||Herself - with Pierre Trudeau (I) (uncredited)|