Siv Mjaaland is the companion of Norwegian legislator Audun Lysbakken. The couple wedded in the year 2012 and have been living in Oslo.
Audun Lysbakken is the current head of the Norwegian Socialist Left Party. He filled in as the Minister of Children and Equality till 2009-2012.
The Norwegian couple is anticipating another youngster toward the finish of October. Lysbakken has affirmed the news to VG on October 1, 2021.
Siv Mjaaland couldn’t be found on Wikipedia.
As indicated by her LinkedIn profile, she as of now fills in as a Section Leader Norwegian People’s Aid.
Mjaaland moved on from the University of Oslo. She has worked for some friendly associations.
The spouse of Audun Lysbakken worked for International Labor Organization in 2009.
She later joined Doctors Without Border as an Information Manager. Prior to Norwegian People’s Aid, she worked for Save The Children.
Siv Mjaaland effectively shares her experiences on Twitter. She passes by the handle name @sivmjaaland and has in excess of 600 devotees.
Siv Mjaaland’s age is in the late thirties. Her birthday and prophetic subtleties are not on the Internet.
Then again, her better half Audun Lysbakken was born on 30 September 1977. He is 43 years of age starting at 2021.
Siv Mjaaland and Audun Lysbakken will guardians of three youngsters. They are expecting their third youngster toward the finish of October 2021.
Nonetheless, Mjaaland is as of now a mother to a child from her past marriage. His name is Leon Samuel Quincy Mjaaland who is 21 years old.
MoLysbakken as of late discussed his experience of being a dad. More on his family, he is the child of entertainer Sigurd Lysbakken and Gerdes Bjørlo.
Babyglede for Audun Lysbakken: Venter nytt barn https://t.co/nowK9iRPHO
— VG (@vgnett) October 1, 2021
Lysbakken has been SV pioneer since 2012. In the parliamentary races this year, SV got 7.6 percent and became one of the political race champs.
Be that as it may, the party chose to leave talks over Norway’s next alliance government.
Lysbakken affirmed the current contrasts in the party which are political as opposed to individual.