Who is Jo Marney? Henry Bolton’s model girlfriend the Ukip leader left his wife Tatiana Smurnova for at Christmas

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UKIP’S leader has got a new woman in his life – topless model Jo Marney.

But who is Henry Bolton’s glam girl, and what’s she best known for? Here’s what we know…

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A post shared by Jo Marney (@jomarneymodel) on Dec 8, 2017 at 5:33pm PST

Who is Jo Marney?

Jo describes herself as a “presenter, music journalist, model, actor (and) Brexiteer” on Twitter.

The 29-year-old is a Ukip supporter from Kent and has a Jack Russell terrier pooch called Lukie.

As well as her glamour modelling, Jo has done a few catwalk shows and appears in the music video for X Factor winner Sam Callahan’s song Burns Like Fire (which you can watch below).

Great weekend celebrating #independenceday

A post shared by Jo Marney (@jomarneymodel) on Jun 25, 2017 at 9:24am PDT

Jo went to Rochester Independent College and Canterbury Christ Church University, where she got a BA in journalism.

She went onto write for NME and Alterboy Music, as well as gigs acting on ITV and modelling for British designer Lulu Guinness.

Fantastic Xmas dinner with our leader @_henrybolton 🎄#ukip

A post shared by Jo Marney (@jomarneymodel) on Dec 16, 2017 at 8:41am PST

Who is Jo Marney dating?

She’s currently in a relationship with Ukip’s leader Henry Bolton, who’s 25 years her senior.

It’s unclear exactly when they started dating, but twice-married dad-of-three Henry exclusively told The Sun he split from his Russian wife Tatiana in July.

When asked if he was in a relationship with Jo, he replied: “The answer is yes.”

But Tatiana claims she didn’t know husband had left her for another woman until he dumped her by text on December 30.

Describing how her “world has fallen apart”, Tatiana said: “What kind of person runs away to sleep with another woman, leaving their two small children over Christmas? I’m still breastfeeding his child for goodness sake.

“I feel as though I’ve been thrown in a cold ocean and I’m just trying to stay on the surface.”

Cheeky!

A post shared by Jo Marney (@jomarneymodel) on Dec 22, 2017 at 9:20pm PST

Speaking of the relationship, a friend told The Sun: “It certainly took us all by surprise, but Jo is one of the Ukip family now.

“She’s lovely and clever and wants to help and support Henry.”

 

Is Jo Marney on social media?

Fantastic Boxing Day drinks with @_HenryBolton 💜👍🏻🍻

A post shared by Jo Marney (@jomarneymodel) on Dec 27, 2017 at 4:40am PST

Yes, Jo is on Instagram @jomarneymodel and Twitter @Jo_Marney.

Her Instagram is made up of a bizarre mix of political posts and scantily clad snaps.

While there’s also a collection of pics of her and Henry over the Christmas 2017 break, including one of them out for Boxing Day drinks.

While Henry confirmed the couple spent New Year’s Day together, tweeting: “Myself and @Jo_Marney nearly run over by George Osborne in Covent Garden.”

Still supporting England 😫

A post shared by Jo Marney (@jomarneymodel) on Jul 9, 2016 at 10:39am PDT

What controversial posts has Jo Marney made on social media?

Jo branded Grenfell Tower a “nest of illegal immigrants” and branded Harvey Weinstein’s victims “whinging little divas” in a series of shocking Facebook rants, discovered by the Sun Online.

She even labelled the decision to offer permanent residency to survivors of the tragedy “disgusting”.

She wrote: “That entire tower was a nest of illegal immigrants of all varieties. That’s why they can’t identify most of them. Meanwhile, British families wait on the Council Housing list for years.”

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In other posts, Jo describes London as a “shanty town” because of the “foreigners bringing their customs over here”.

She added: “More acid attacks, more senseless knife crime, more rapes, more people trafficking. Please take back control of our borders!!!”

In a post on the day of last year’s Westminster terror attack, she wrote: “I’ll tell you how it can happen, because we’ve welcomed SCUM into this country for years and years and years and there’re THOUSANDS of them living right here in Britain perfectly legally.”




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