Emmanuel Macron Biography

Emmanuel Macron

Age 46 years (.2023)
Height 5 feet 7 inches
Profession President of France
Weight 73 kg – 161 lbs
Birthday 21 December

Emmanuel Macron’s Parent’s Family

Father Jean-Michel Macron
Mother Francoise Nogues
Siblings N/A
Brother name yet to be uploaded
Sister name yet to be uploaded

Emmanuel Macron’s Relationship

Affairs/Girlfriend Brigitte Trogneux, Mathieu Gallet, Radio France CEO
Wife/Spouse Brigitte Macron (m. 2007)
Children 3
Sons Sebastien
Daughter Laurence, Tiphaine

Emmanuel Macron’s BioData

Real Name Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frederic Macron
Nick Name Emmanuel Macron
Famous President of France
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Date of Birth 21 December 1977

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Nationality French
Hometown Amiens, France
Religion Roman Catholicism
Hobbies Cycling, Playing Tennis, Playing the Piano
Awards/Caste N/A

Emmanuel Macron’s Source of money

Net worth $1 MIllion – $5 MIllion (.approx)
salary $1 MIllion (.approx)
Income $12 MIllion (.approx)
Appeared In Des Paroles Et Des Actes
Source  Source Of Income Politics

Emmanuel Macron’s Physical fitness

Eye color The Color of the Eye is Blue
Hair Color The Color of Hair is Brown
body The body Complexion is slim
skin colour The Skin Color is fair
Body The Body Measurement is 34-25-32 inches

Emmanuel Macron’s Physical state

Marital Status/Date Married
Birthplace Amiens, France
Height F 5 feet 7 inches
Height m 1.73 in meter
Height cm 173 in centimeter

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Emmanuel Macron’s Qualification

Education Qualification A master’s degree, DEA Degree in Philosophy
College Ecole Nationale d’Administration
University Sciences Po, Paris Nanterre University
School Henri-IV School, Lycee la Providence
Degree A master’s degree, DEA Degree in Philosophy

Emmanuel Macron’s Address

Country France
Town Town name N/A
Ethnicity Ethnicity name N/A
Old City N/A
Address City Amiens, France

Emmanuel Macron’s Favorites

Food Fast Food
Actor Favorites Actor Elon Musk
Actress  Favorites Actress
Sports tennis, football, basketball, cricket
Song Favorites Songs N/A

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Emmanuel Macron’s Personal Information

Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frederic Macron is a French politician who has been serving as the president of France since 2017.

Before his presidency, he served as the Minister of Economics, Industry, and Digital Affairs between 2014 and 2016.

Born in Amiens, he read philosophy at Paris Nanterre University, later completing a master’s degree in public affairs at Sciences Po and graduating from the Ecole Nationale administration in 2004.

Emmanuel Macron worked as a senior civil servant at the Inspectorate General of Finances and later became an investment banker at Rothschild & Co.

Emmanuel Macron was appointed a deputy secretary-general by President Francois Hollande shortly after his election in May 2012, making Macron one of Hollande’s senior advisers.

Emmanuel Macron was appointed to the French cabinet as Minister of Economics, Industry, and Digital Affairs in August 2014 by prime minister Manuel Valls.

In this role, Macron championed several business-friendly reforms.

Emmanuel Macron resigned from the cabinet in August 2016, launching a campaign for the 2017 French presidential election.

Although Macron had been a member of the Socialist Party from 2006 to 2009, he ran in the election under the banner of En Marche!, a centrist and pro-European political movement he founded in April 2016.

Partly thanks to the Fillon affair, Macron topped the ballot in the first round of voting and was elected President of France on 7 May 2017 with 66.1% of the vote in the second round, defeating Marine Le Pen.

At the age of 39, Macron became the youngest president in French history. In the 2017 French legislative election in June, Macron’s party renamed La République En Marche (LREM), secured a majority in the National Assembly.

Emmanuel Macron appointed Edouard Philippe as prime minister until his resignation in 2020 when he appointed Jean Castex.

Emmanuel Macron was elected to a second term in the 2022 presidential election, again defeating Le Pen, thus becoming the first French presidential candidate to win re-election since 2002.

Ex officio, he is also the Co-Prince of Andorra.

During his presidency, Macron has overseen several reforms to labor laws, taxation, and pensions, and pursued a renewable energy transition.

Opposition to his domestic reforms, particularly a proposed fuel tax, culminated in the 2018 yellow vests protests and other protests.

Since 2020, he has led France’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination rollout.

In foreign policy, he called for reforms to the European Union and signed bilateral treaties with Italy and Germany.

Emmanuel Macron conducted $45 billion trade and business agreements with China during the China–United States trade war and oversaw a dispute with Australia and the United States over the AUKUS security pact.

Emmanuel Macron continued operation Chantal to support the Iraqi army against ISIS and joined in the international response to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Emmanuel Macron was born on 21 December 1977 in Amiens.

He is the son of Francoise Macron, a physician, and Jean-Michel Macron, a professor of neurology at the University of Picardy.

The couple divorced in 2010.

He has two siblings, Laurent, born in 1979, and Estelle, born in 1982.

Francoise and Jean-Michel’s first child was stillborn. The Macron family legacy is traced back to the village of Authie, Picardy.

One of his paternal great-grandfathers, George William Robertson, was English and was born in Bristol, United Kingdom.

His maternal grandparents, Jean and Germaine Nogues, are from the Pyrenean town of Bagneres-de-Bigorre, Gascony.

He commonly visited Bagneres-de-Bigorre to visit his grandmother Germaine, whom he called ‘Manette’.

Macron associates his enjoyment of reading and his left-ward political leanings with Germaine, who, after coming from a modest upbringing of a stationmaster father and a housekeeping mother, became a teacher then a principal, and died in 2013.

Although raised in a non-religious family, Macron was baptized a Catholic by his request at age 12: he is agnostic today.

Macron was educated mainly at the Jesuit institute Lycee la Providence in Amiens before his parents sent him to finish his last year of school at the elite Lycee Henri-IV in Paris, where he completed the high school curriculum and the undergraduate program with a ‘Bac S, Mention Tres Bien’.

At the same, time he was nominated for the ‘Concours general’ in French literature and received his diploma for his piano studies at Amiens Conservatory.

His parents sent him off to Paris due to their alarm at the bond he had formed with Brigitte Auziere, a married teacher with three children at Jesuites de la Providence, who later became his wife.

In Paris, Macron failed to gain entry to the Ecole normale Superieure twice.

He instead studied philosophy at the University of Paris-Ouest Nanterre La Defense, obtaining a DEA degree and a master’s level degree, with a thesis on Machiavelli and Heg Around 1999 Macron worked as an editorial assistant to Paul Ricoeur, the French Protestant philosopher who was then writing his last major work, La Memoire.

Macron worked mainly on the notes and bibliography.

Macron became a member of the editorial board of the literary magazine Esprit.

Macron did not perform national service because he was pursuing his graduate studies.

Born in December 1977, he belonged to the last year when service was mandatory.

Macron obtained a master’s degree in public affairs at Sciences Po, majoring in ‘Public Guidance and Economy’ before training for a senior civil service career at the selective Ecole Nationale administration (ENA), training at an embassy in Nigeria and in an office in Oise before graduating in 2004.

Overall, Macron is largely seen as a centrist.

Some observers describe him as a social liberal, and others call him a social democrat.

During his time in the French Socialist Party, he supported the party’s centrist wing, whose political stance has been associated with Third Way policies advanced by Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, and Gerhard Schroder, and whose leading spokesman has been former prime minister Manuel Valls.

Macron is accused by some members of the yellow vests of being an ‘ultra-liberal president for the rich.

Macron was dubbed the president des très riches by former Socialist French President Francois Hollande.

In the past, Macron has called himself a ‘socialist’, but he has labeled himself as a ‘centrist liberal’ since August 2015, refusing observations by critics that he is an ‘ultra-liberal’ economically.

During a visit to Vendee in August 2016, he said that he was not a socialist and merely served in a ‘left-wing government’.

He has called himself both a ‘man of the left’ and ‘liberal’ in his book Revolution.

Macron has since been labeled an economic neoliberal with a socio-cultural liberal viewpoint.

Macron created the centrist political party En Marche in an attempt to create a party that can cross partisan lines.

Speaking on why he formed En Marche, he said there is a real divide in France between ‘conservatives and progressives.

His political platform during the 2017 French presidential election contained stances from both the left and right, which led to him being positioned as a radical centrist by Le Figaro.

Macron has rejected centrist as a label, although political scientist Luc Rouban has compared his platform to former centrist president Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, who is the only other French president to have been elected on a centrist platform.

Macron has been compared to former president Valery Giscard d’Estaing due to their ability to win a presidential election on a centrist platform and for their similar governing styles.

Both were inspectors of finance, were given responsibilities based on tax and revenue, both were very ambitious about running for the position of president, showing their keenness early in their careers and both were seen as figures of renewal in French political life.

In 2016, d’Estaing said himself that he was a little like Macron’.

Observers have noted that while they are alike ideologically, d’Estaing had ministerial experience and time in Parliament to show for his political life while Macron had never been elected before.

Party: Socialist Party (2006-2009), Independent (2009-2016), Le Republique en Marche (2016-present)

Questions About Emmanuel Macron

Who was the first president of French?

Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte

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How many children does Macron have?

Brigitte Macron

How old is France?

France’s first unification happened in 486 AD

Who was the first king of France?

Clovis I

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