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Steve Hilton Wife, Family, Height, Fox News, Salary, Net Worth

Date: 06 Jun, 2018

Steve Hilton Wife, Family, Height, Fox News, Salary, Net Worth

Steve Hilton is well-recognized as the co-founder and CEO of Crowdpac, a political welfare website. Hilton formerly worked as a director of the strategy for UK Prime Minister David Cameroon from 2010 to 2016.

Hilton is currently working as a host of the weekly show for the Fox News Channel called The Next Revolution. Despite having a profound professional career, he keeps his profile low on social media. He never attends any interviews, which makes it harder for his followers to get an insight into his private life.

Steve Hilton's Relationship Status: Longtime Girlfriend Turned Wife!

The influential media personality is married to his long-haul girlfriend, Rachel Whetstone. The couple tied the knots in 2008. Rachel is a well-known figure on social media as she previously served as a head of communication at Google. Apart from that, Rachel is former Senior Vice-President of Policy and Communications of Uber.

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Hilton has a great affection for his wife. However, he likes to keep his personal life out of reach on the social media. His wiki bio suggests Hilton and Rachel were godparents to David Cameroon’s son, Ivan, who unfortunately died at the young age of six.

As per some reports, Hilton is the father of two sons, Ben and Sonny.

Steve's Incredible Background: Bio, Family, Career, Net Worth

Political reporter Steve Hilton was born on August 25, 1969, in the United Kingdom, to Hungarian-immigrant parents. Hilton has a perfect height standing at 5’9” and carries a soothing personality.

After migrating to the UK from Hungary, Steve’s parents got divorced when he was only five years old. His father, Istvan Hircsak was considered as one of Europe’s best ice hockey players in the 1930s.

Steve won a scholarship and was a researcher at Christ’s Hospital School in Horsham. Afterward, Hilton completed his graduation from the New College, Oxford in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.

After his graduation, Hilton got the privilege to know the UK Prime Minister David Cameroon and Rachel Whetstone, his future wife and then-Vice-President of Policy and Communications for Uber, when he joined Conservative Central Office.

Hilton initiated “New Labour, New Danger” poster campaign for the conservative’s pre-general election campaign in 1996, which was awarded by the Campaign magazine at the beginning of 1997.

Besides his involvement as a political philosopher, Hilton co-founded Crowdpac, a for-profit website to help political outsiders raise money and run for office. It also has the motive to track administrative data from across the United States. Hilton served as the CEO of Crowdpac, before getting fired in May this year due to his relationship with the Fox News as a political reporter.

Steve Hilton hosting Fox News' The Next Revolution (Photo: The wrap)

Currently, Hilton is a host of a political show The Next Revolution on the Fox News Channel.

Besides his political involvement, Hilton has composed a book named ‘More Human,’ which discusses the concern of government bodies in addressing the difficulties faced by the people.

Hilton enjoys a riveting net worth and salary which resembles his continuous hard work and dedication. As per some reports, Hilton had a salary of around £180,000 back in 2008.

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Know Steve Hilton’s Famous Wife, Rachel Whetstone!

The Public relations executive Rachel Whetstone was born on 22 February 1968, which makes her 50 years of age.

Raised in East Sussex, Rachel attended Benenden School and then read history at Bristol University. Her mother’s name is Linda Whetstone, who has been involved in several of Fisher’s think tanks.

The British native joined Facebook as VP of communications of its Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp products in September 2017. Also, she was senior vice-president of communications and public policy for Uber until April 2017.

In 2013, Rachel was assessed as one of the 100 most powerful women in the UK by Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4. It has been reported that in August 2018 Rachel would be joining Netflix to run public relations.