Source: Emmanuel Macron YouTube, Alain P X

The French President Emmanuel Macron, 46, has finally broken his silence to address the rumors that his 70 year-old wife Brigitte was born a man.

Macron Addresses Rumors About His Wife

While speaking at an International Women’s Day event in Paris on Friday after he guaranteed the right to abortion in France’s Constitution, Macron became emotional and angry as he addressed the rumors that are currently circulating about his wife, who he married in 2007 after carrying out an affair with her as a teenager when he was a student and she was his teacher.

Daily Mail reported that Macron defended his wife from the rumors while expressing his frustration that they continue to spread.

“The worst thing is the false information and fabricated scenarios,” he lamented. “People eventually believe them and disturb you, even in your intimacy.”

Macron went on to say that the transgender claims about Brigitte are typical of misogynistic online attacks that women are forced to put up with every day.

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Brigitte’s Daughter Sounds Off

Brigitte’ lookalike daughter, the attorney Tiphaine Auzaine, 40, recently spoke out to defend her mother in a rare interview.

“I have concerns about the level of society when I hear what is circulating on social networks about my mother being a man,” Auzaine said last month, according to The New York Post. “The confidence of what is affirmed and the credit given to what is proclaimed. Anyone can say anything about anyone, and it takes time to get it taken down.”

Last summer, a court in Normandy handed down a defamation ruling against two French women, the psychic Amandine Roy, 52, and freelance journalist Natacha Rey, 48, after they alleged in a since-deleted four-hour YouTube video in 2021 that Brigitte was born as a baby boy named Jean-Michel Trogneux in 1953. This is actually the name of the French First Lady’s brother.

They also claimed that Brigitte’s first husband, André-Louis Auzière, had never actually existed before he passed away in 2019 at the age of 68. Rey alleged that Jean-Louis Auzière, André-Louis’ uncle, had forged official documents to hide that his wife had given birth to all three of Brigitte’s children. Roy was fined under $1,000 while Rey was fined $500.

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Candace Owens Weighs In

Earlier this week, the American conservative media personality Candace Owens did a deep dive on the claims about Brigitte being born a man.

“I would stake my entire professional reputation on the fact that Brigitte Macron is in fact a man,” she said afterwards, according to Yahoo News. “Any journalist or publication that is trying to dismiss this plausibility is immediately identifiable as establishment. I have never seen anything like this in my life. The implications here are terrifying.”

Owens believes that the Macrons are being blackmailed to keep Brigitte’s alleged history of being born a boy a secret, and that the blackmail includes pressure for the president to back certain policies. Check out her full comments on this in the video below.

In certain circles, rumors have spread for years that the American former First Lady Michelle Obama is actually transgender. It will certainly be interesting to see if more evidence comes out to back the claims that Brigitte Macron was born a male.

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