Peter Dutton has a personal wealth that includes a property portfolio worth millions.
Peter Dutton is an Australian politician currently serving as Minister for Home Affairs. Dutton began the position on December 20, 2017, under Prime Ministers Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison.
Peter was diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 13, 2020. His case was one of the first high-profile COVID cases in Australia.
Peter Dutton’s Net Worth Revealed
Peter Dutton’s personal wealth includes many houses and properties that he invests in.
As per Financial Review, Peter’s property investments are worth more than $5 million. Dutton started investing in properties in 1992 when he was the director of Dutton Holdings. Peter Dutton’s net worth details are still under review.
Peter Dutton’s family home was purchased in 2003 for $710k. The property is located in Camp Mountain and is spread across two hectares. Dutton rarely talks about the details of his salary and earnings to the media.
Meet Peter Dutton’s Wife Kirilly Dutton?
Peter Dutton’s wife is Kirilly Dutton.
Kirilly and Peter met through mutual friends and began dating shortly after. Kirilly used to work at the Sarina Russo Group as a personal assistant to Sarina Russo, the founder of the company. Peter and Kirilly got married in July 2003, in Italy.
Peter Dutton was previously married to another woman at the age of 22, but the marriage survived only a few months, reports The Queensland Times. Peter and Kirilly share two children Harry and Tom. Moreover, Peter shares his eldest child, Rebecca, with his previous partner.
Peter Dutton’s Bio And Background
Peter Dutton was born on November 18, 1970, and his current age is 50 years.
Dutton was born to Alisa Leitch and Bruce Dutton in northern Brisbane, Boondall. Talking about his family, Peter has one brother and three sisters. Dutton’s mother worked in childcare, and his father was a builder.
Dutton went to Anglican St Paul’s School in Bald Hills and graduated from the Queensland Police Academy. In the 90s, Peter served as a Queensland Police for nine years. In his political career, Peter has served as Minister for Health and Sports, Minister for Immigration, and Minister for Home Affairs.