Sir Keir Starmer's food rule for their children and his wife's NHS job

-Credit: (Image: James Manning/PA Wire)
-Credit: (Image: James Manning/PA Wire)

Sir Keir Starmer has been married to wife Victoria since 2007. They are both set to leave their current £1.75m townhouse, in Camden, and move into 10 Downing Street with their two teenage children after Labour's landside win in the General Election.

Lady Victoria is thought to have originally trained in law before transitioning into the NHS where she works in occupational health. Speaking about the prospect of moving into Downing Street, Victoria previously told The Times : "If it happens, I won’t want to leave Kentish Town."

Sir Keir met Victoria when she was a lawyer and had drawn up some documents for him. He previously told Piers Morgan's Life Stories: "I said 'let's get her on the line' and just before ending the call I heard her mutter 'who the **** does he think he is?'"

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The dad later told Vogue he fondly recalls their first encounter, Liverpool Echo reports. She added: "You might think 'nNot the best of starts' but it was absolutely classic Vic.

"Very sassy, very down to earth, no nonsense from anyone, including from me." Lady Victoria is a vegetarian, as is Sir Keir - though he now eats fish.

The couple are said to have raised their children on meat-free diets but gave both the choice to eat meat when they turned 'about 10'. Sir Keir previously told the Table Manners podcast: "Until they're about 10 obviously they're just eating with us.

"So, we never did and at the age of 10 we said you can do what you like, and our boy said 'great'. The moment we go out there's a Deliveroo for Kentucky Fried Chicken or McDonald's, so he's taken full liberty with the licence to do what he likes."