Spouses of Presidents of Finland

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Spouses of the President of Finland
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Incumbent
Jenni Haukio

since March 1, 2012
Inaugural holder Ester Ståhlberg
Formation July 26, 1919

The current spouse of the President of Finland is Jenni Haukio, wife of President Sauli Niinistö, who has held the position since March 1, 2012.

The only man to have been spouse of a President of Finland is Pentti Arajärvi, the husband of former President Tarja Halonen, who served from 2000 to 2012.

Spouses

Spouse
(born-died)
President In office
Ester Ståhlberg
(1870–1950)
K. J. Ståhlberg 1919–1925
Signe Relander
(1886–1962)
L.K. Relander 1925–1931
Ellen Svinhufvud
(1869–1953)
P.E. Svinhufvud 1931–1937
Kaisa Kallio
(1878–1954)
Kyösti Kallio 1937–1940
Gerda Ryti
(1886–1984)
Risto Ryti 1940–1944
Anastasia Mannerheim
(1892–1919) (divorced)
Gustaf Mannerheim 1944–1946
Alli Paasikivi
(1879–1960)
J.K. Paasikivi 1946–1956
Sylvi Kekkonen
(1900–1974)
Urho Kekkonen 1956–1982
Tellervo Koivisto
(born 1929)
Mauno Koivisto 1981–1994
Eeva Ahtisaari
(born 1938)
Martti Ahtisaari 1994–2000
Pentti Arajärvi
(born 1948)
Tarja Halonen 2000–2012
Jenni Haukio
(born 1977)
Sauli Niinistö 2012–

References

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