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Former Prime Minister of Pakistan
Born: October 5, 1952 (age 70 years), Lahore, Pakistan
Spouse: Bushra Bibi (m. 2018), Reham Khan (m. 2014–2015), Jemima Goldsmith (m. 1995–2004)
Children: Sulaiman Isa Khan, Kasim Khan

Nationality: Pakistani
Date joined: June 3, 1971 (Pakistan national cricket team)
Batting style: Right-handed
Party: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

Birth 5 October 1952
Ikramullah Khan Niazi (Father)
Shaukat Khanum (Mother)
Education University of Oxford

Profession Politician, Former Cricketer
Political Party Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI)
Wife Jemima Goldsmith ​(married 1995; divorced 2004)​
Reham Khan (married and divorced in 2015)
Bushra Bibi ​(married 2018)
Children 2

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He had numerous relationships during his bachelor life. He was then known as a hedonistic bachelor and a playboy who was active on the London nightclub circuit. Many girlfriends are unknown and were called “mysterious blondes” by British newspaper The Times. 

Some of the women he has been associated with include Zeenat Aman, Emma Sergeant, Susie Murray-Philipson, Sita White, Sarah Crawley, Stephanie Beacham, Goldie Hawn, Kristiane Backer, Susannah Constantine, Marie Helvin, Caroline Kellett, Liza Campbell, Anastasia Cooke, Hannah Mary Rothschild, and Lulu Blacker.

His first girlfriend, Emma Sergeant, an artist and the daughter of British investor Sir Patrick Sergeant, introduced him to socialites. They first met in 1982 and subsequently visited Pakistan. 

She accompanied him on various Pakistani cricket team tours including in Peshawar and Australian tour. After long separations, his relationship with Sergeant was broken in 1986. 

He then had a short relationship with Susie Murray-Philipson whom he invited to Pakistan and had dinner with in 1982. She also made various artistic portraits of Khan during their relationship.

In a book published in 2009, Christopher Sandford claimed that former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and Imran Khan had a close relationship when both were students in Oxford. He wrote that Bhutto at the age of 21 first became close to Khan in 1975.

They remained in a relationship for about two months. His mother also tried to have an arranged marriage between them. He further claimed that they had a “romantic relationship”, which was refuted by Khan who said they were only friends.

Khan had a notable relationship with the heiress Sita White, daughter of the British industrialist Gordon White. They remained in the relationship for about six years having met in 1987–88. 

White claimed that Khan agreed to have a child with her in 1991; her daughter, Tyrian Jade, was born in June 1992 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

White claimed that Khan subsequently refused to accept Tyrian as his child because she was a girl, and had urged White to have an abortion. Tyrian was noted for her resemblance to Khan. A court in Los Angeles ruled that Khan was the girl’s father in 1997. 

In 2004, after Sita White’s death, Khan agreed to accept Tyrian as his child and welcomed her into his family.

Khan’s former wife, Reham Khan, alleged in her book that he had told her that he had four other children out of wedlock in addition to Tyrian White. Allegedly, some of his children had Indian mothers and the eldest was aged 34 in 2018. 

Reham subsequently conceded that she did not know the identities of Khan’s children or the veracity of his statements and that “you can never make out whether he tells the truth.” 

Reham’s book was published on 12 July 2018, 13 days before the 2018 Pakistani general election, leading to claims that its publication was intended to damage Imran Khan’s electoral prospects.

On 16 May 1995, at the age of 43, Khan married 21-year-old Jemima Goldsmith, in a two-minute ceremony conducted in Urdu in Paris. A month later, on 21 June, they were married again in a civil ceremony at the Richmond registry office in England.

Jemima converted to Islam. The couple have two sons, Sulaiman Isa and Kasim. On 22 June 2004, it was announced that the couple had divorced, ending the nine-year marriage because it was “difficult for Jemima to adapt to life in Pakistan.”

In January 2015, it was announced that Khan married British-Pakistani journalist Reham Khan in a private Nikah ceremony at his residence in Islamabad. 

However, Reham Khan later states in her autobiography that they in fact got married in October 2014 but the announcement only came in January the year after. On 22 October, they announced their intention to file for divorce.

On 1 August 2017, Ayesha Gulalai came forward with allegations of harassment against Khan and claimed that she had been receiving offensive messages from him since October 2013. 

In an interview, Khan said that he suspected that the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) had used Gulalai for the allegations of harassment against him. Later, Ayesha Gulalai said that she will forgive Khan if he apologises. 

However, Khan’s party strenuously denied the accusation on his behalf, asking Gulalai to either bring proof or pay damages in compensation.

Additionally, a female spokesperson for Khan’s party Shireen Mazari alleged that Gulalai made these accusations after Khan refused her request for assigning her a parliamentary constituency.

In mid-2016, late 2017 and early 2018, reports emerged that Khan had married his spiritual mentor (murshid), Bushra Bibi. Khan, PTI aides and members of the Manika family denied the rumour.

Khan termed the media “unethical” for spreading the rumour, and PTI filed a complaint against the news channels that had aired it. 

On 7 January 2018, however, the PTI central secretariat issued a statement that said Khan had proposed to Manika, but she had not yet accepted his proposal. On 18 February 2018, PTI confirmed Khan has married Manika. 

According to Khan, his life has been influenced by Sufism for three decades, and this is what drew him closer to his wife.

Khan resides in his sprawling farmhouse at Bani Gala. In November 2009, Khan underwent emergency surgery at Lahore’s Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital to remove an obstruction in his small intestine.

As of 2018, he owned five pet dogs, who resided in his estate.

On 20 March 2021, Khan tested positive for COVID-19. He had received his first dose of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine two days earlier. 

The Ministry of National Health Services clarified that, as he contracted the disease only two days after receiving his first of two doses of the vaccine, that he was not considered “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19.