Lindh was born to Staffan and Nancy Lindh in Enskede a southeastern suburb of Stockholm but grew up in Grillby just outside of Enköping. She became involved in politics at age twelve when Anna Lindh joined the local branch of the Swedish Social Democratic Youth League protesting against the Vietnam war as one of her top priorities. Images from the department store's surveillance system showing the suspect were publiAnna Lindhd on 13 and 14 September.
Anna Lindh was married to Bo Holmberg the governor of Södermanland her home constituency for over twenty years with whom Anna Lindh had two sons. Ascending to the government as minister of environment in 1994 Anna Lindh was elevated to minister for foreign affairs by prime minister Göran Persson in 1998 and was widely considered his designated successor as party chairman and prime minister (neither of which posts had ever been occupied by a woman) speculations that came to a brutal end upon her assassination in September 2003. Ylva Anna Maria Lindh (19 June 1957 – 11 September 2003) was a Swedish Social Democratic politician chairman of the Social Democratic Youth League 1984–1990 member of parliament 1982–1985 and 1998–2003.