Conservative political commentator Candace Owens has revealed she’s given birth to a baby boy with her British husband George Farmer.
‘It’s true what they say— the whole world stops when your child is born. 1/13/21 My first born son,’ she shared on Twitter on Saturday afternoon.
The 31-year-old new mother added a sentimental Bible verse writing: ‘Children are a gift from the Lord; they are a reward from him – Psalm 127:3.’
She had announced her pregnancy on August 28 on Instagram.
This is Owens’ first child with her husband Farmer, the son of a Tory peer, who she married over Labor Day weekend in 2019 at the Trump Winery near Charlottesville.
Conservative political commentator Candace Owens, 31, has welcomed a baby boy with her British husband George Farmer. She shared this sweet photo of her baby, revealing he was born on January 13
This is Owens first child with her British husband George Farmer, the son of a Tory peer, who she married over Labor Day weekend in 2019 at Trump Winery near Charlottesville. Owens, Farmer and Donald Trump pictured together
Pregnant Owens and Farmer picture in Washington DC on January 9, 2021
A host of conservative figures shared their well wishes to Owens over the weekend.
Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly tweeted: ‘What a beautiful blessing!! Congratulations and so much love!’
‘Amazing!!! The best! So thrilled for you both!’ Lara Trump wrote on Instagram.
Owens and Farmer got married came eight months after they met at the launch of Turning Point UK, right-wing student group in the UK.
The two reportedly got engaged over a FaceTime call after just two-and-a-half weeks of dating.
They tied the knot in front of a host of equally conservative guests, including actor Jon Voight, radio host Larry Elder, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage and Charlie Kirk, who founded right-wing Turning Point USA.
A host of conservative figures shared their well wishes to Owens over the weekend. Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly tweeted: ‘What a beautiful blessing!! Congratulations and so much love!’
‘Amazing!!! The best! So thrilled for you both!’ Lara Trump wrote on Instagram
Janice Dean, who is a co-host and weather anchor on Fox and Friends, tweeted ‘Beautiful!’ to Owens
In some images from their wedding day posted to social media, the couple thanked Eric Trump for the ‘incredible venue and sunset’ in the captions, and revealed their simple white wedding cake was topped with a red ‘Make Weddings Great Again’ hat, which guests also wore later in the evening.
Eric Trump is the president of the winery, and oversees the company’s winemaking, marketing and global distribution, according to the Trump Winery website.
Pictures from their wedding show Owens in a traditional lace, floor length white gown with sleeves. Her hair was tied back in a loose half up, half down style and she wore a long veil.
After the ceremony she donned a red ‘MAGA’ hat and her new husband wore a light blue Brexit Party cap and smoked a huge cigar.
The couple married over Labor Day weekend in 2019 at Trump Winery near Charlottesville. The wedding came eight months after they met at the launch of Turning Point UK, right-wing student group in the UK. The two reportedly got engaged over a FaceTime call after just two-and-a-half weeks of dating
The happy couple pictured above on their wedding day in late August 2019 above
Both Owens and Farmer are controversial figures. In the UK he’s a vocal opponent of the EU and in the US Owens has come under fire for her comments critical of the Black Lives Matter Movement.
She’s also voiced her adamant support for Donald Trump, outrage against the Democratic Party and fell in hot water for calling celebrities including Miley Cyrus ‘narcissistic’ for endorsing abortion. She also slammed Cardi B’s song WAP as ‘one of the biggest insults,’ saying the rapper ‘contributes to the disintegration of black culture and values.’
She founded the ‘Blexit’ campaign to encourage black voters to ‘exit’ the Democrats as a play on Brexit, the term for Britain leaving the European Union.
Most recently Owens has slammed singer Harry Styles for wearing a dress on his November Vogue cover.
Candace tweeted: ‘There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence.’
Comments: Candace, 31, slammed Harry Styles’ Vogue cover shoot, writing on Twitter over the weekend, ‘There is no society that can survive without strong men’
Defending: After coming across the fiery tweet Olivia Wilde, left, leapt to the defense of Harry
Low blow: Olivia hit back by branding Candace ‘pathetic’, prompting the media personality to return a low blow as she stated, ‘You’re single for a reason’. The tweet was soon deleted
Concluding her fiery tweet, the right wing media personality, a vocal supporter of US President Donald Trump, asserted: ‘It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men.’
Actress Olivia Wilde, who has been romantically linked to Styles, came to his defense tweeting: ‘You’re pathetic.’
Candace then directly referenced Olivia’s recent split when she shockingly hit back: ‘You’re single for a reason.’ The tweet was subsequently deleted.
Who is George Farmer?
George is the son of UK baron and conservative peer Michael Farmer – a London financier who has donated more than £2.6million to the British Conservative party. Michael was dubbed ‘Mr Copper’ after making £100 million from metals trading.
George, who has two siblings, became active in Oxford’s political scene shortly after going up to St Peter’s College to read theology in 2008.
He attended the elite fee-paying St Paul’s School for Boys in London and was social secretary of the Oxford University Conservative Association (OUCA) in his first year.
In 2012 it was revealed his dad funded his son’s membership of the notorious Bullingdon Club at Oxford University, whose members are renowned for their excessive privilege and wild antics.
During George Farmer’s time in the Bullingdon Club, its members were accused of going on the rampage at a smart hotel.
His dad also bailed out Oxford’s Conservative Association when a racism row led to it being kicked out of the university. His son was a senior official at the time.
There was no suggestion George, who became an investment banker with Jefferies & Co, was involved in either the hotel incident or the race row.