How Did Rishi Sunak Meet Akshata Murthy?

by Rajitha Reddy

How Did Rishi Sunak Meet Akshata Murthy? Akshata Murthy, Rishi Sunak’s wife, has been by his side through everything, but how did they first meet?

How Did Rishi Sunak Meet Akshata Murthy?

On October 24, it was announced that Sunak would replace Liz Truss as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Six weeks after she swore to do her job as Prime Minister, she said that she would step down.

How Did Rishi Sunak Meet Akshata Murthy?

The two met while Sunak was getting his MBA at Stanford University. The two people eventually saw that they had a lot in common and began dating.

They decided to get married in 2009 after being together for a while. The wedding took place in Bangalore, which is in India.

The two people moved to the UK quickly and have lived there for a long time.

Who Is Akshata Murthy? & Qualification

Akshata is the daughter of N. R. Narayana Murthy, one of the founders of the Indian IT company Infosys, which does business all over the world. Before her parents moved her to Mumbai, her grandparents raised her in Hubli. At the time, she was two.

Akshata spent a lot of time with her grandparents when she was young because her parents were busy building a business. Their hard work finally paid off when Infosys became the fourth Indian company ever to have a market value of $100 billion.

She then went to Claremont McKenna College in California to study economics and French. But she changed her mind and decided to start her own fashion line. Her designs took over the fashion world.

Rishi Sunak & Akshata Murthy Networth

As of 2022, it is thought that they are worth £730 million as a group. They have made several investments over the years, and most of them have been in real estate.

The Sunday Times rich list also said that because of how much money they have, they are the 22nd richest people in the UK.

The Guardian says that they have homes worth £15 million and a six-story vacation home in California worth $7.2 million.

At the same time, Sunak was also an MP and chancellor, and he made nearly £152,000 per year from the government.

It was decided on October 24 that he would be the next Prime Minister.