Sarah Vine Net Worth 2022, Age, Husband, Children, Height, Family, Daily Mail

Sarah Vine

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Sarah Vine is a British columnist. She has written for the Daily Mail since 2013. She was previously art editor at The Times. In May 2020, Vine shared a bookcase picture “as a very special treat for my trolls” which featured a book by the Holocaust denier David Irving, and a copy of The Bell Curve, which controversially claims that intelligence is highly heritable and that median IQ varies among races.

Early life

NameSarah Vine
Net Worth$3 million
OccupationColumnist, Journalist
Age55 years
Sarah Vine net worth 2022

Sarah Rosemary Vine was born on April 16, 1967 (age 55 years) in Swansea, Wales. When she was five, the family moved to Italy, initially staying in Rome before moving to Frascati. She reports that she returned to the United Kingdom at the age of 16 and that she attended the comprehensive school’s Hammersmith and West London, Holland Park School, and Lewes Technical College near Brighton. Vine studied modern languages at University College London.


Sarah Vine worked in customer services for the retailer Hobbs Ltd after graduation. She then worked in a series of jobs within journalism, including TV listings sub at the Daily Mirror and features editor for the magazine Tatler, before joining The Times. She was promoted to arts editor at that newspaper.

Vine co-wrote the book The Great Big Glorious Book for Girls along with Rosemary Davidson in 2007. She was a columnist for The Times for 15 years before joining the Daily Mail, a tabloid newspaper, in 2013. In 2019, she received the Columnist of the Year – Popular (2018) award at the Society of Editors’ Press Awards.

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In March 2014, Sarah Vine and her husband’s decision to send their daughter to Grey Coat Hospital comprehensive school in Westminster made Michael Gove the first Conservative Party education secretary to have chosen the state over the private sector for their child’s secondary schooling.

In her Daily Mail column, Vine celebrated the “miracle” of state education and criticized private education, saying “Its agenda is a fundamentally selective one, based not only on the ability to pay but also on pupil potential. And it is also, let’s face it, about snobbery”.

Sarah Vine added that her decision to send her daughter to a state secondary school was motivated by a desire for her child to receive a broad education: “that you shouldn’t judge people by their clothes, or where they live, but by who they really are. That, in my view, is the miracle of our state education system. Like the NHS, it welcomes all-comers. The state doesn’t care where its pupils come from; all that matters is where they’re heading.”

In November 2014, she wrote a column criticizing food writer and activist Jack Monroe for mentioning the death of David Cameron’s son in 2009 in one of a series of tweets criticizing Cameron.

Sarah Vine went on to question Monroe’s decision to have a child herself, insinuating that her choice led to her own poverty. Monroe condemned the article as ‘homophobic, transphobic, deadnaming, ignorant, and generally ghastly lies’.

During the 2015 United Kingdom general election, Vine used her column to criticize Labour Party leader Ed Miliband, his wife and their ‘forlorn little kitchen’. In the same column, she reported that her own kitchen was ’10 years old’ and that the ‘hob has many knobs missing’. Private Eye magazine questioned this as it commented that £7,000 had been spent on the kitchen as part of her husband Michael Gove’s MP expenses. Vine suggested that this was a ‘twisted interpretation’.

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In the 2016 UK referendum on EU membership, Sarah Vine voted for the UK to leave the EU. On 28 June, she accidentally sent a private email meant to be read by Gove and his close advisors to a member of the public, who leaked it to the press. In the email, Vine had advised her husband not to back Boris Johnson’s bid to become the leader of the Conservative Party unless ‘specific assurances’ were given to him. Two days later, Johnson unexpectedly dropped out of the 2016 Conservative Party leadership election, after Gove made a surprise bid to become a leader.


Sarah Vine was married to Michael Gove, they had their wedding in 2001. Her husband is a Conservative MP and Secretary of State for Levelling Up Michael Gove. They first met when she was the arts editor and he was the comments editor at The Times newspaper. Vine and her husband had two children, Beatrice Gove and Willian Gove. Sarah Vine is the godmother to one of former Prime Minister David Cameron’s daughters. In July 2021, a joint statement on behalf of Vine and Gove stated: “Michael and Sarah have agreed to separate and they are in the process of finalizing their divorce.”

Sarah Vine net worth

How much is Sarah Vine worth? Sarah Vine net worth is estimated at around $3 million. Her main source of income is from her career as a columnist and journalist. Vine salary per month with other career earnings is over $400,000 annually. She is one of the richest and most influential columnists in the United Kingdom. Sarah Vine successful career has earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars trips. She stands at an appealing height of 1.68m and has a good body weight which suits her personality.