- Actress and model Louise Linton married US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin this June.
- Linton has gained courtesy due to open fights around her Instagram comments.
- Most recently, she was a theme of critique after a print of her holding a piece of newly printed $1 bills circulated on amicable media.
Louise Linton, mother of US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, was in a spotlight good before her impasse with Washington insiders.
An singer and indication from Edinburgh, Scotland, Linton married Mnuchin in an impracticable rite in June. She many recently done headlines after she and Mnuchin were photographed holding adult a piece of creatively printed $1 bills. The photos drew courtesy and criticism on Twitter, as good as a write-up in a Styles section of The New York Times, that critiqued her all-black leather outfit.
Earlier this year she caused news when she published an Instagram print that showed her and Mnuchin stepping off a supervision jet, adding a caption: “Great #daytrip to #Kentucky!” She tagged several high-end designers, including Tom Ford and Valentino, in a post. The indirect comments were reduction than charitable; Linton afterwards bashed one commenter for being “adorably out of touch” and done her Instagram account private for a duration of time. She has given done a comment open again.
But a jet print and indirect comments were not a initial time Linton sparked a controversy. Below, see some-more about her life.