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Who is Kimberley Kitching's husband? Australian senator, 52, dies of suspected heart attack

Australian senator Kimberley Kitching, aged 52, suddenly passed away due to a suspected heart attack on Thursday, March 10
Kimberley Kitching passed away on March 10 (Parliament of Australia)
Kimberley Kitching passed away on March 10 (Parliament of Australia)

Victorian Labor senator Kimberley Kitching has suddenly died due to a suspected heart attack on Thursday, March 10. She was 52. Her death was confirmed by Labor Leader Anthony Albanese, who in a tweet shared, “The Labor family is in shock tonight at the tragic news that our friend and colleague Senator Kimberley Kitching has died suddenly in Melbourne. My sincere condolences to her family. Kimberley will be missed by us all.”

Former Labor leader Bill Shorten, who is a close friend of the late politician, also shared a statement after the tragedy that read, “With a desolate heart I share the news that Kimberley Kitching has passed away. Kimberley suffered a heart problem Thursday evening in Melbourne and passed soon after.”


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Calling her death “an immense loss to Labor and the nation", Shorten added, “As well as her innumerable accolades she has been a wonderful friend to myself, my wife Chloe and our family. To know Kimberley was to be touched not just by her serene intellect but her incredible warmth and vivacity. As a Labor senator she was relentlessly energetic and conscientious recently resulting in international recognition for her human rights work.”




Who is Kimberley Kitching's husband? 

According to reports, Kitching was married to Andrew Landeryou, a former political blogger. The two tied the knot in 2000. Landeryou is the son of Bill Landeryou, an ex-member of the Victorian Legislative Council. He started a blog called ‘The Other Cheek – Andrew Landeryou's Blog of Freedom’ in 2005 but three years later, it was deleted. After that, he founded a tabloid website named VEXNEWS. However, that also did not run for long and got shut down in 2013. 

There is no statement from Landeryou or his family yet regarding Kitching's death. But the internet was filled with condolence and tribute messages. Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce said, “I am deeply, genuinely and so terribly upset to hear the tragic news about a dear person and dear friend, Senator Kimberley Kitching. She was a beautiful woman and this is a tragic loss. I know she is with our Lord, and I offer my sincerest and deepest condolences to her family.”




A user tweeted, “Oh Albo I'm so sorry for your loss. Way too young! Condolences to her family and friends. RIP.” Another user wrote, “I’m horrified at this tragic news. One of the most effective Senators in the Parliament. My deepest condolences to her family…”

“My sincerest condolences @AlboMP to all Senator Kitching's family, friends, staff, colleagues, to the entire Parliament of Australia and my entire Labor family My heart is broken, Senator Kitching was always so very kind to me, an inspiration, a true warrior A huge loss,” the third one added.




A person suggested, “In the name of Kimberley Kitching, I BEG thee Anthony, that if you get in, you will change policy so ALL Australians at 50 must have a CALCIUM SCORE HEART test. This test SAVES LIVES. It saved mine. Few know about it. CONDOLENCES to her family, her peers and to all who loved her.”

Another one said, “Truly saddened with this news. Kimberley was a true warrior in all senses. She completely surprised me one day by following, after some banter and disagreement on policy. Never a backward step. Always engaged. Deepest condolences to Kimberley's big circle at this time.”