Hottest Female Politicians
If there’s anything more that you would like about a beautiful woman is that her prowess to win you over with her intellect. A smart woman who understands the nuances of politics is tough to find but not even close to impossible because we have shortlisted the some hottest female politicians who are not just beautiful but also set exemplary goals for other women with their political astuteness.
List of 31 most hottest female politicians across world.
The following list consists of 31 most hottest female politicians from different countries like Italy, Russia, India, Pakistan, Jordan, Israel, Canada, Peru, etc.
Hina Rabbani Khar: Pakistan
Elected as the first female Foreign minister of Pakistan,39-year old Hina Rabbani Khar has been ranked as the “4th most stylish women in politics” by the American magazine Bustle.
She first became the member of the National Assembly of Pakistan in 2002. Since then, she has held roles such as the Minister of State for Finance and Economic Affairs, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, other than being the Minister of Foreign Affairs until 2013.
She’s a very well educated woman, with a degree in Economics Honours from the Lahore University of Management Studies and then a Master’s degree in Business Management from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Maria Carfagna: Italy
Before becoming the Italian Minister for Equal Opportunity, Maria contested for the Miss Italy in 1997, which she did not win but achieved a break in the TV industry. Apart from her work in TV, she also did a lot of magazine shoots, including the one for maxim that almost everyone knows about.
Eventually, she realized that modeling wasn’t cut out for her and entered into politics as a representative of the political party Forza Italia. She worked her way up the ladder to bag the post she’s most renowned for- Minister of Equal Opportunity. She is one of the hottest female politicians on this globe.
Alina Kabaeva: Russia
Before becoming the Chairman of Russia’s National Media Group’s Public Council, she held a decorated career in rhythmic gymnastics. She holds 25 European Championship, 14 world championship and 2 Olympic medals.
As a Member of Parliament, she has voted for a number of controversial law, such as the ban of inter-country adoption and laws on prohibition of “homosexual propaganda.” She represents the pro-Kremlin United Russian party. She is regarded as one of the hottest female politicians in Russia.
Eva Kaili: Greece
The Greek Goddess started out as a journalist and after attaining a master’s degree in Arts from the University of Piraeus, she became the anchor of a major Greek TV channel. Post her television career, she was elected as a member of the Hellenic Parliament which made her the youngest politician to join the Parliament.
In 2012, she was ranked among the ‘sexiest EU female politicians’ by the British Daily Sun and corroborated their opinion by stating, “with assets like Eva, the Greeks seem less likely to make a drachma out of a crisis.” But besides her looks, she is also appreciated for her great leadership skills. She is also regarded as one of the hottest female politicians of Greece.
Ruby Dhalla: Canada
Ruby Dhalla is the first Sikh woman to hold a post in the House of Commons, back in 2004. She focused majorly on humanitarian endeavors, such as her Canada for Asia benefit which helped raise huge sums of money for the tsunami victims in 2005.
She always had a great interest in politics as could be understood from the fact the she sent a letter to the then Prime Minister of India to end Sikh abuse in the country, at just a tender age of 10. She is one of the hottest female politicians in Canada but famous in India too for her sex appeal.
Joanna Mucha: Poland
The stunning Joanna Mucha holds a Ph.D Degree in Economics from the University of Warsaw. After this, she worked as a middle school teacher and then shifted her career to legislature, becoming a liberal politician and an economist.
She quickly climbed the ladder, and got elected to the lower house of the Polish Parliament. Later, she was appointed as the Minister for Sport and Tourism for the country.
Luciana Leon: Peru
The Peruvian Lucian Leon holds a Master’s degree in Governance and Public Policy from the University of San Martin de Porres and a Law degree from the University of Lima.
As a young girl, she got her first taste of politics when she became the General Secretary for the Aprista Party’s youth wing at just an age of 14. At age 23, she was an advisor to the Women’s commission; and to the Vice President shortly after. At 31, she became the youngest member of the Peruvian parliament when she was elected as a Congresswoman representing Lima.
Orly Levy: Israel
Before starting out in politics, Orly levy was a news host on a local television channel and she has had a brief modeling career before that as well.
She first entered the political circuit as Member of Parliament in 2009. Owing to her concern on social issues, she was appointed as the Chair of the Committee of the Rights of the Child for multiple terms. She is one of the hottest female politicians Israel.
Anna-Maria Galojan: Estonia
Here we have a troublemaker on the list; Estonia’s Anna-Maria Galojan served as a youth leader of the Estonian Reform Party and then ran for Congress.
She’s infamous for embezzling more than 60,000 Euros from Europian Movement Estonia- an organization she was the CEO of. She was bashed in the news giving her the title of “Estonian Swingler.”
Vanja Hadzovic: Serbia
The ethereal Serbian diplomat became a Minister of Foreign Affair at just 27. She found herself in the middle of media backlashes when a few of her revealing photographs were posted by Blic, putting her political career in jeopardy. However, one MP has defended her saying that she conscientiously performs her everyday duties.
Virginia Raggi: Italy
Virginia Raggi excelled academically at The Roma Tre University, where she pursued judicial and extrajudicial civil law. She first entered politics when she joined Italy’s anti-corruption party, the Five Star Movement. After making some waves, she was elected to the Rome city council in 2013.
Last year, she became the first ever female Mayor of Rome by securing a majority with 67.2 per cent of the population voting for her.
Alina Arshinova: Russia
Before realizing her political prospect, she received a degree in Sociology from the State University of Transnistria. After which, she pursued a master’s degree in Sociology from The Lomonosov University in Moscow. She has also walked the ramp before entering politics.
The stunning Russian entered politics as the Young Guard of United Russia and contested a seat in the State of Duma, a year later.
Sarah Palin: Unites States of America
Sarah Palin has received a bachelor’s degree in communication, with a journalism major from the University of Idaho. Then, she began her career in television as a sportscaster in Anchorage.
She first entered politics when she was elected to the Wasilla City Council in 1992. A few years down the line, she became the mayor of the town. Then, her career snowballed when she became the first and the youngest woman to be elected as Governor of Alaska. Other than these achievements, she also became the first woman to ever be nominated for Vice Presidency in the United States of America.
Belinda Stronach: Canada
The gorgeous Belinda Stronach started her career as a conservative but eventually found her way to the Liberals. She was first appointed as the Minister of Human Resources and Skills Department and later as the Minister of Democratic Renewal.
She is also known as one of the most powerful woman in Canada as Fortune magazine ranked her as the second most powerful women in business, in the year 2002.
Julia Bonk: Germany
Julia Bonk holds a degree in Politics and History from TU Dresden. She was interested in politics at an early age of 14 when she first became a member of the Dresden City Student council. Later, she also became the Vice speaker for the State of Saxy.
She first entered into politics at just 18 and two years later, she became a Left Party politician in the parliament of Saxony.
Queen Rania: Jordan
One of the most beautiful politicians of the world also happens to be married to the King of Jordan. She’s much more than just a pretty face, because she’s really lauded for her advocacy work.
She has opened various museums, launched community empowerment programs, initiated the annual teacher’s awards to encourage excellence in education and implemented strategies to refurbish 500 schools.
Michella Vittoria Brambilla: Italy
Born into an affluent family of steel manufacturers, Michella Vittoria Brambilla worked as a TV journalist for the Mediaset group, prior to her entry in politics.
She first entered politics when she was termed president of the under-40 entrepreneur’s council. Her connection with the Mediaset group helped her work in affiliation with Silvio Berlusconi.
Yulia Tymoshenko: Ukraine
Yulia Volodymyrivna Tymoshenko first entered politics when she was elected to the parliament. Later she happened to become the Prime Minister of Ukraine, twice. However, she lost her popularity due to charges of embezzlement.
Before entering into politics, she was a practicing economist and academic, after which she made a short career in the gas industry.
Vera Lischka: Austria
Prior to her career in politics, Vera was a professional breaststroke swimmer, and bagged the European title for the 50 meter race in 1996.
In 2001, she decided to shift careers and went to study Broadcast Journalism. After graduating, she decided to pursue politics. She was elected to the Parliament of Upper Austria, where she represented the Social Democratic Party of Austria.
Sethrida Tawk Geagea: Lebanon
Sethrida Geagea first entered the scene when she got hitched to the leader of the Lebanese Forces, Samir Geagea, and she began representing the party. Later, the party was disgruntled and her husband was imprisoned by the Syrian regime. She resisted against the Syrian control eventually helped Lebanon to gain their independence. Today, she is a member of the Parliament and represents the district of Bsharri.
Nicole Menetti: Italy
The stunning Nicole Minetti got her ticket to the political front when she was named as the Regional Councilor for the PDL, the centre-right wing political party of Italy.
Many had suspected her qualifications for this and later it was revealed that she had trafficking under age prostitutes for the Prime Minister, for which she was later, convicted as well. She is regarded as one of the hottest female politicians on earth.
Michelle Bachmann: United States of America
Michelle Bachmann pursued an LLM degree in tax law from the William & Mary Law School. She first entered the political scene when she defeated the 18-year incumbent Gary Laidig for the Republican nomination for State Senator for Minnesota.
In 2007, she became the first woman to be elected to the US House from Minnesota and she served Minnesota’s 6th Congressional district from January 2007 to January 2015.
Ayla Malik: Pakistan
The graceful Ayla Malik joined politics when she became a member of the Millat Party, and served as Deputy Secretary General from 2002 to 2007.
She found herself amidst a row of controversies when The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education declared her educational certificates bogus in the year 2013.
Sabine Uitslag: Netherlands
Prior to her entry in politics, she went to become a nurse at the Maastricht University. The, she was elected as a member of parliament in the year 2008 with the Christian Democratic Appeal and held office until 2012. Her work mostly centered around health care issues such as social care, addiction and policy for the young. She is regarded as one of the hottest female politicians in Europe.
Kirsten Gillibrand: United State of America
Kirsten Gillibrand majored in Asian studies and received her Juris Doctor from UCLA Law School. She was practicing law for a while before entering politics.
In the year 2008, she was called on by the New York Governor David Patterson to take Hillary Clinton’s place when she was named Secretary of State. In 2012, she won the post again with an astounding majority of 72 per cent.
Marianne Thieme: Netherlands
The extremely elegant Marianne Thieme pursued administrative law at Erasmus University Rotterdam and was always interested in animal rights, primarily the reason for her to study law.
In 2006, she became a parliamentary leader in the House of Representatives for the Party for the Animals. She has been an MP since November 2006.
Louise Mensch: United Kingdom
The very beautiful Louise Mensch studied English Language and Literature at Christ Chruch, Oxford. She subsequently became a freelance journalist and author.
She was first introduced to politics when she was 14, owing to her parents’ involvement in the Conservative Party. In June 2010, she was elected to serve on the select committee for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport.
Kate Ellis: Australia
One of the hottest female politicians, Kate Ellis of Australia was elected to the House of Representatives for the Division of Adelaide, South Australia in the 2004 Federal election.
After the 2007 election, Ellis became the youngest person to ever become an Australian government minister when she was appointed as the Minister for Youth and Sport.
Cayetana Alvarez: Spain
The very elegant Cayetana Alvarez graduated in Modern History from the University of Oxford. Prior to her entry in politics, she worked as a journalist.
1n 2006, she was appointed as the head of the cabinet of the Popular Party secretary, Angel Acebes, with the motive of advising Acebes on political strategies.
Gabriella Cuevas Barron: Mexico
Gabriella Barron pursued her political science major at the Autonomous Technical Institute of Mexico but dropped out to join the National Action Party.
She has been an active member since 1994 and has held different posts. She served as a federal deputy during the LVIII Legislature from the year 2000 to 2003 and later from 2003 to 2006, she served in the Legislative Assembly of the Federal District representing the PAN.
Alka Lamba: India
Alka Lamba is not only beautiful but also, one of the hottest female politicians of India. She started her career as a student politician. She became the Delhi University President during her college days representing Indian National Congress student’s wing – NSUI. She later left Congress and joined Aam Aadmi Party in December 2014 after AAP’s spectacular performance in their first ever elections.
She became MLA from Chandni Chowk constituency of Delhi in 2015. She was given some added responsibilities by Delhi government keeping her capabilities in mind. In 2017, after AAP lost MCD elections 2017, She even offered to resign.