Who is Rose Ridley? Wiki, Bio, Age, Cause Of Death, Ex-minister Owen Paterson’s wife Rose  More Facts

Rose Ridley (Ex-minister Owen Paterson’s wife Rose)

Rose Ridley, wife of Tory MP and former Cabinet Secretary Owen Paterson, was found dead on her birthday this morning in the woods near their family home. Rose Ridley, daughter of Matthew Ridley, 4th Viscount Ridley and sister of Matt Ridley in 1980. Mr. Paterson, wife of Rose Ridley’s wife Owen Paterson, former cabinet minister David Cameron and Conservative MP for North Shropshire

Rose Ridley Age

was 63 years old.

Rose Ridley Bio (Found Dead)

Conservative former cabinet minister Owen Paterson’s wife was found dead near their family home.

Paterson said in a statement that the loss of his 63-year-old wife Rose was “a terrible shock” for the family.

“I am saddened to inform you that my wife Rose was found dead in our family home in Shropshire,” he said. Rose and I were married for 40 happy years. She was a wonderful, loving wife, mother and grandmother.

His death was a terrible shock for all of us. I ask the media to respect the privacy of myself and my family at this extremely difficult time.

Popular racing official Rose Emily Paterson was found dead last Wednesday in the woods near the house she shared with her husband.

The 63-year-old Mrs Paterson was the fourth Viscount Ridley’s daughter and hailed from Newcastle-upon-Tyne. She was married to Mr. Paterson for 40 years and was the head of the Aintree Racecourse she had owned since 2014.

Shropshire forensic officer John Ellery opened the investigation into his death in Shirehall, Shrewsbury today. He reported that Mr. Paterson had disappeared on the evening of June 23, as he had not seen his wife since 22:00 the previous evening.

Police searched a woodland near their home between Overton and St Martins, and his body was found less than 3 am on 24 June morning.

Police Statement  (Investigation)

West Mercia police said the death was treated “inexplicably”, but no third party was thought to be involved.

They said that his body was found in the woodland near his home.

Rose Paterson, the fourth Viscount Ridley’s daughter, was the president of the Aintree racecourse.

The couple married in 1980 and had two sons and a daughter.

Downing Street said Boris Johnson expressed its condolences to Paterson and his family.

A spokesman said: “The Prime Minister heard the news this morning and wrote to Owen. His thoughts and every sympathy for Owen and his children and grandchildren in this difficult time.

Police reported that there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding her death.

The investigation has been postponed and will continue in full in Shirehall on 22 September.

Ms. Paterson led one of the world’s most recognized race tracks, with the Grand National being watched by hundreds of millions of people on television and more than 70,000 in person.

The couple had three grown children named Felix, Ned and Evie.

Ms. Paterson was known for her support to local charities and as a passionate supporter of the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopedic Hospital, especially the Horatio’s Garden project.

In addition to her role in Aintree, Ms. Paterson was on the Board of Trustees of the Weston Park Foundation and previously worked as a reporter for her husband and at Sotheby’s auction house.

Rose Ridley Family & Death Cause

Rose Ridley has three children together, two sons Felix and Ned, and a daughter called Evie. Evie, 28, is a talented horse rider who won the British Junior Eventing Championships in 2008 when she was just 16. She is understood to currently live in London and her social media profile shows she is a keen-music lover with a photo at a festival. Felix, a former student at Dublin’s Trinity College, is a keen traveler who has posted pictures of his trips away online. Ned, a global marketing manager at drinks brand Pernod Ricard, also lives in London. He studied Spanish and French at Durham University but went to school in Shrewsbury.  During planning, with housing secretary Robert Jenrick, who searched a hotel in Sandown Park, and the Jockey Club’s application for more than 300 homes, Surrey was unanimously rejected by councilors. The intervention raised concerns over conflicts of interest due to the Jockey Club’s links with senior Conservative figures and donors. In March, Mr. and Mrs. Paterson spent 15 days with both coronavirus and quarantine, but the MP said they were recovering despite feeling ‘very strange’. Mr. Paterson said today: “I must let you know that my wife Rose died in our family home in Shropshire. Rose and I were married for 40 happy years. She was a wonderful, loving wife, mother and grandmother. Her death was a terrible shock for all of us.”