List of famous female homemakers, listed by their level of prominence with photos when available. This greatest female homemakers list contains the most prominent and top females known for being homemakers. There are thousand of females working as homemakers in the world, but this list highlights only the most notable ones. Historic homemakers have worked hard to become the best that they can be, so if you're a female aspiring to be a homemaker then the people below should give you inspiration.
This list includes Kara Kennedy, Dimple Jain and more.While this isn't a list of all female homemakers, it does answer the questions "Who are the most famous female homemakers?" and "Who are the best female homemakers?"
Ann Lois Romney is the wife of American businessman and politician Mitt Romney, who was the Republican nominee in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. From 2003 to 2007 she was First Lady of Massachusetts while her husband served as governor of the state. She was raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and attended the private Kingswood School there, where she dated Mitt Romney. She converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1966. She attended Brigham Young University, married Mitt Romney in 1969, and in 1975 received a Bachelor of Arts degree in French. As First Lady of Massachusetts, she served as the governor's liaison for federal faith-based initiatives. She was ...more
Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan, United States of Americasee more on Ann Romney
Kara Anne Kennedy Allen was a member of the American political dynasty, the Kennedy family. She was the oldest of the three children of U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy from Massachusetts, and the niece of President John F. Kennedy and Senator Robert F. Kennedy. Kara Kennedy served on the boards of numerous charities and was a film maker and television producer. ...more
Age: Died at 51 (1960-2011)
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Birthplace: Gadsden, Alabama, United States of Americasee more on Cynthia Armistead
Afghan Girl is a photograph by journalist Steve McCurry. The photograph has been likened to Leonardo da Vinci's painting of the Mona Lisa and has been called "the First World's Third World Mona Lisa". The subject of the photograph was called "the Afghan Girl" by the public until she was formally identified in early 2002 as Sharbat Gula, an Afghan woman who was living as a refugee in Pakistan during the time of the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan when she was photographed. The image brought her recognition when it was featured on the cover of the June 1985 issue of National Geographic Magazine at a time when she was approximately 12 years old. ...more
Age: 46see more on Afghan Girl