Cherie Blair Siblings: All About Her Half-Sisters

Who are Cherie Blair siblings?

Cherie Blair has six half-sisters through her father and her younger sister Lyndsey.

One of her half-sisters is British journalist Lauren Booth.

Cherie, also known as Cherie Booth professionally, is an English lawyer and writer.

She is married to the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair.

When Booth was 8 years old, her father, British actor Tony Booth, left her mother, actress Gale Howard.

Booth and her younger sister, Lyndsey, were raised by their mother, Gale, and their paternal grandmother, Vera.

They attended Catholic schools in Crosby, Merseyside, with Booth going to Seafield Convent Grammar, now part of Sacred Heart Catholic College, where she excelled with four As in her A level.

Booth studied law at the London School of Economics and graduated with first-class honors.

Later, she attended the College of Law and passed her Bar Vocational Course with flying colors, ranking at the top of her year in the bar exams.

During this time, she also taught law at the Polytechnic of Central London (now the University of Westminster).

In 1983, Booth ran as the Labour candidate for the Conservative safe seat of North Thanet in Kent in the general election but lost to Roger Gale.

An image of Cherie Blair sibling. Lauren Booth
Cherie Blair sibling. Lauren Booth.
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Cherie Blair siblings’ profile

 1. Lauren Booth

Lauren Booth, originally named Sarah Jane Booth, was born on July 22, 1967, and grew up in North London.

She is known as an English broadcaster, journalist, and activist, holding both a VIP Palestinian Authority passport and a British passport.

Booth is the half-sister of Cherie Blair, the wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and the daughter of actor Tony Booth.

She trained as an actress at the London Academy of Performing Arts and spent several years touring Europe with various regional theatre companies.

Booth was not raised in any specific religion, although her father was raised Catholic, and her mother, who was said to be Jewish, practiced Christianity.

Her parents were never married, and she has a sister named Emma, along with Cherie and five other half-sisters.

Booth started her journalism career in 1997, beginning with writing for the London Evening Standard with the column ‘About Town’.

Later, in 1999, she began contributing to the political magazine, The New Statesman, where she stayed for four years.

Concurrently, she also started writing columns and features for The Mail on Sunday as a columnist.

2. Bronwen Booth

Bronwen Booth was born on February 21, 1964, in Marylebone, London, England, UK.

She was an actress known for her roles in “What’s Your Number?” (2011), “Scrubs” (2001), and “Airspeed” (1999).

Sadly, she passed away on April 24, 2023.

 3. Lyndsey Booth

Lyndsey Booth is recognized for her role in “A Night at the Silent Movie Theater” (2012).

Additionally, she is known for being married to Darren Booth.

  4. Emma Booth

Emma Booth, born in 1982 in Perth, Western Australia, is an actress and producer.

She is recognized for her roles in “The Gloaming” (2020), “Hounds of Love” (2016), and “Once Upon a Time” (2011).

Since 2013, she has been married to Dominick Joseph Luna.

   5. Jenia Booth

Jenia Booth, born in 1969, was born to Antony Booth and Julie Allan.

She had seven sisters: Bronwen Booth, Cherie Blair, Lyndsey Booth, Lauren Booth, Emma Booth, Jo Booth, and Lucy Booth.

   6. Lucy Booth

She is an actress.

Lucy Booth is known for her work in the films “Defoe” (2009), “Hurts: All I Want for Christmas Is New Year’s Day” (2010), and “Robbie Williams: You Know Me” (2009).


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