Douglas Ross: Is the Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party married? Who is his wife?

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Douglas Ross will face off with Scottish National Party (SNP) Leader Nichola Sturgeon today at First Minister’s Questions. However, while we see the Leader of the Scottish Conservative party frequently in parliament, what is his life like behind-the-scenes and is he married?

Mr Ross has been married since 2015 when he wedded his wife Krystal Ross on a farm where he had previously worked.

He revealed in a tweet that he met his wife in 2010.

In a Tweet posted in May 2018, the Scottish Tory Party Leader wrote: “Yesterday marked eight years since I went on my first date with my wife.

“That day I fell head over heels for her.”

The Scottish MP met Krystle, a policewoman, on a blind date after she had reportedly seen his picture on a campaign poster and told a colleague who knew Ross, that she quite liked the look of him.

In 2015, the couple welcomed their first son, Alistar.

Baby Alistar’s arrival meant that he missed voting in Theresa May’s second meaningful vote.

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He was denied a proxy vote because he had not given the required 24-hour notice.

Instead, he rushed from Westminster to the hospital in Elgin to be there for his little boy’s arrival.

The couple welcomed their second son last year, in 2021.

The Scottish Conservative Leader announced baby James was born at 1.45am on June 30.

Krystal was rushed to hospital in Aberdeen in an ambulance, something the minister told The Scotsman was a “stressful trip”.

Mr Ross said: “Krystle and I are over the moon to welcome James into the world as a little brother to our son Alistair.

“Our thanks go to the incredible teams at Dr Gray’s Hospital in Elgin and at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for all their support during the birth.

“Both James and his mother are doing well back home following the excellent care we’ve received over the last couple of days.”

Mr Ross has served as the Scottish Conservative party Leader since 2020.

He has been an MP for Moray since 2017. In addition to his seat in Westminster, he serves as a Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for the Highlands and Islands having been elected in 2021.

A qualified football official, Ross is a top-level assistant referee in his spare time.

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