Who Is Penny Wong's Partner? 

Penny Wong's partner is Sophie Allouache. The couple is lesbian i.e of the same sex.

They got married in 2005. 

Penny's wife, Sophie Allouache is the SA Health’s Chief Project Officer for Statewide Early Childhood Health Promotion. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Adelaide. 

She came out as a lesbian publicly in 2002 after she assumed her Senate seat. 

Children Of Penny Wong 

Penny Wong and Sophie Allouahche are the parents of Hannah and Alexandra. 

She had announced the birth of their second child on Twitter. 

Both of their children are from the same donor. 

How Old Is Penny Wong? Her Age

Penny Wong is 52 years old. 

She was born on November 5, 1968, in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

Does Penny Wong Have A Wiki?

Penny Wong has got her own biography on Wikipedia. 

Penny Wong was born in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. Her parents are Jane and Francis Wong. His father is a Malaysian (Hakka Origin).

Wong's parents are not together. They got separated and her mother took Penny to Adelaide, South Australia. She was 8 years old at that time. 

Her father was an architect. 

She went to Coromandel Valley Primary School. 

On Penny Wong's Party

Since 2013, Penny Wong is serving as Senate leader of the Australian Labor Party (ALP). The Leader of the party is Anthony Albanese. 

Proceeding ALB's defeat at the 2013 Australian federal election, she was elected to be the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate. Penny is the first woman to hold the position of Leader of the Opposition.

In 2019's Labor leadership contest, Penny yet again retained the role as the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate. 

Penny was educated at Scotch College in Adelaide. She was born in Malaysia. Her father's side is Malaysian and her mother's side is Australian. She gets to enjoy cultures from both sides.

She is a graduate of the University of Adelaide. From the University of Adelaide, she completed her Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts degrees.

From 2007 to 2013, Penny Wong was a cabinet minister in the Gillard and Rudd Governments.