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Photo surfaces of Pauline Hanson with mysterious lover of 13 – as they are kept apart by Covid

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Rare photos surface of Pauline Hanson with her mysterious 13-year-old lover as she reveals they were torn apart by border restrictions…so who IS the lucky man?

  • Border closures due to Covid have kept Pauline Hanson away from partner
  • One Nation leader says she kept her beloved Tony Nyquist ‘very secret’
  • It has been almost two years since she has seen her daughter and grandchildren
  • Queensland senator says media ‘sensationize’ Covid-19 virus










A rare photo has surfaced of One Nation leader Pauline Hanson and her little-seen lover Tony Nyquist after she revealed the pair were kept apart by draconian border closures.

“For those people in Queensland who can’t see their loved ones…I’m in that position,” Senator Hanson told Sky News on Monday, before the image of the couple emerged.

‘I can’t see my partner who is in NSW and has been shut down there in Port Stephens and has been for the past few months. He’s been my partner for 13 years and he’s not allowed to cross the border.’

The image shows Mrs. Hanson standing next to four people – one of them is Mr. Nyquist wearing a button-up shirt, vest and cap. The couple smiles broadly for the photo.

Pauline Hanson (center left) and her rarely seen partner Tony Nyquist (right) have been kept apart by the closure of the Queensland border

Mrs Hanson, who first entered politics as a member of Ipswich City Council in 1994, admitted in June this year that she has a longstanding relationship with Mr Nyquist, who is from NSW.

But the couple is notoriously private and almost never consents to photos being taken by the press.

The 67-year-old leader of One Nation, who has been married twice and has four children, told the Courier Mail at the time: “I’ve kept it very secret,” adding that despite her marriage certificate, I can “keep them longer.” than a few years.’

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson hasn't seen her partner in months due to the closure of the Queensland border

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson hasn’t seen her partner in months due to the closure of the Queensland border

Mr Nyquist is a former property developer and real estate agent.

The couple were spotted together more than a decade ago in Nelson Bay in northern NSW.

Woman’s Day magazine reported that the relationship was an open secret in the area, with one resident saying “they go out together.”

“I saw them together at the Salamander Bay Shopping Center… in Kmart. [Locals] accept her, they are happy to have her here. She’s very welcome.’

Mrs. Hanson lives 760 km away on a large estate in Beaudesert, Queensland.

The senator, who has refused to be vaccinated against Covid-19, called for state borders to be opened across the country.

“As the Prime Minister has said, if we get 80 percent double vaccination for people in Australia, then the borders should be opened and there should be no border closures at all in the future,” she said.

But Mrs. Hanson doesn’t think that will happen.

“I don’t have that confidence for Queensland because I think she (Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk) is preparing to keep the border closed for another year to everyone outside of Queensland.”

Ms Hanson said by Christmas it will be two years since she has seen her daughter and grandchildren.

“And I can’t see my new granddaughter who is 20 days old because she lives in NSW,” she told Sky.

“So this is ridiculous. You keep families apart and she (Mrs Palaszczuk) doesn’t take this into account at all.’

Pauline Hanson says Annastacia Palaszczuk plans to keep Queensland border closed for another year

Pauline Hanson says Annastacia Palaszczuk plans to keep Queensland border closed for another year

Ms. Hanson said anti-vaxxers don’t get enough airtime in the media.

“You hear of people saying, ‘I’m being vaxxed,’ but you don’t hear from the other side of the argument.

“People are protesting because you can’t lock them up in their homes for months at a time. The mental illness escalates. Children harm themselves, suicide is on the rise.

“People are not getting the medical treatment they need,” she said.

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