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イギリスのメイ新首相はおしゃれ番長、大の靴好き 【画像集】

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LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 07: British Home Secretary and Conservative leadership contender Theresa May waves outside the Houses of Parliament on July 7, 2016 in London, England. Theresa May has the backing of 199 fellow MPs after the second ballot for the leadership of the Conservative Party. Receiving 84 votes, Andrea Leadsom MP joins May on the shortlist presented to the Conservative Party members and Michael Gove was eliminated with 46 votes. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images) | Jack Taylor via Getty Images
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イギリスで7月13日、テリーザ・メイ内相(59)が故サッチャー氏以来26年ぶりの女性首相に就任する。メイ氏は2002年の保守党集会にヒョウ柄のハイヒールを履いて登場するなど、しゃれた靴や派手なファッションを好むことで知られている。

メイ氏はイングランド南東部イースト・サセックス州にあるリゾート地イーストボーン生まれ。オックスフォード大学(地理学専攻)在学中、夫のフィリップ・メイ氏に出会った。その後、イングランド銀行(中央銀行)での勤務や銀行・金融機関の業界団体のロビイストとしての経験を経て、政界入りした。既婚で子供はいない。

メイ氏の足元と靴を画像で紹介する。

  • メイ新首相の足元と靴
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    The shoes of Conservative Party Chairman Theresa May are seen on stage during the unveiling of the conference set in the Winter Gardens in Blackpool ahead of her party's annual conference in Blackpool, northern England, October 5, 2003. The conference begins on Monday. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/MD/AA
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