Cindy McCain Net Worth And Family, Affair, Wedding, Husband John And Bio

Cindy McCain Net Worth And Family: Facts On Affair, Wedding And Husband

Cindy McCain Net Worth And Family: Facts On Affair, Wedding And Husband

Cindy McCain is best-known as the widow of the late Republican politician John McCain but she is also a businesswoman and a philanthropist. 

She was his second wife and they were married for almost 4 decades until his death. Late senator John McCain’s wife is also the heiress of the Hensley & Co fortune that her father left behind when he died in 2000. She used her influence and wealth for her late husband’s presidential campaign. 

Name Cindy McCain
Birthday May 20, 1954
Age 66
Gender Female
Nationality American
Profession Businesswoman
Parents Jim Hensley; Marguerite Hensley
Net Worth $400 million
Salary $400,000
Married/Single Widowed/Single
Husband John McCain (late)
Children 4
Education University of Southern California (BA, MA)
Instagram cindymccain
Twitter cindymccain

10 Facts About Cindy McCain

  1. Cindy McCain has a net worth of more than $400 million as of November 2020 according to this source. As mentioned above, most of her net worth is due to her inheritance. 
  2. At one time, she earned an annual salary of $400,000 from her post at Hensley & Co. This figure might have risen substantially but it has not been verified. 
  3. Cindy McCain’s family, especially her late father, were one of America’s most successful business owners.
  4. She has also been involved in running the company her father left behind. 
  5. John McCain and Cindy McCain got married in 1980. The politician started an affair with the heiress in 1979 when he was still married to his first wife, Carol Shepp. 
  6. Their affair started after they met at a military reception, at the time (in 1979) late Senator John was a captain in the US navy. 
  7. Cindy and her husband John tied the knot in a wedding ceremony at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix. 
  8. The couple had 3 biological children together and also adopted one daughter. 
  9. Cindy’s late husband was one of the most widely loved Republican leaders who had support from center-right to the left. 
  10. He served in the house and senate for a long time and ran for President in 2008 but lost to President Barack Obama who went on to serve 2 full terms. In 2020, Cindy said that her late husband would have been proud of Vice-President’s Bidens win.   

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