|Age||55 years (.2023)|
|Height||5 feet 7 inches|
|Profession||Politician and Lawyer|
|Weight||60 kg – 132 lbs|
Marine Le’s Parent’s Family
|Father||Jean-Marie Le Pen|
|Brother||name yet to be uploaded|
|Sister||Marie Caroline Le Pen, Yann Le Pen|
Marine Le’s Relationship
|Affairs/Boyfriend||Eric Lorio, Franck Chauffroy, Louis Aliot|
|Husband/Spouse||Eric Lorio (m. 2002–2006), Franck Chauffroy (m. 1997–2000)|
|Daughter||Mathilde Chauffroy, Jehanne Chauffroy|
Marine Le’s BioData
|Real Name||Marion Anne Perrine Le Pen|
|Nick Name||Marine Le|
|Famous||Politician and Lawyer|
|Date of Birth||5 August 1968|
|Hobbies||Traveling, Singing, playing cricket, Writing Blogs|
Marine Le’s Source of money
|Net worth||$1 MIllion – $5 MIllion (.approx)|
|salary||$1 MIllion (.approx)|
|Income||$12 MIllion (.approx)|
|Appeared In||in 1988|
|Source||Source Of Income Politics|
Marine Le’s Physical fitness
|Eye color||The Color of the Eye is Greyish|
|Hair color||The Color of Hair blonde|
|body||The body Complexion is slim|
|skin colour||The Skin Color is fair|
|Body||The Body Measurement is 34-25-32 inches|
Marine Le’s Physical state
|Height F||5 feet 7 inches|
|Height m||1.73 in meter|
|Height cm||173 in centimeter|
|You tube||Click here|
|Whatsapp- Tiktokstar||Click here|
Marine Le’s Qualification
|Education||Qualification Master in Law|
|College||college name N/A|
|School||lycee Florent Schmitt at Saint-Cloud|
|Degree||Master in Law|
Marine Le’s Address
|Town||Town name N/A|
|Ethnicity||Ethnicity name N/A|
|Address city||Neuilly-sur-Seine, France|
Marine Le’s Favorites
|Actor||Favorites Actor Shah Rukh Khan, Elon Musk|
|Actress||Favorites Actress Mahira Khan|
|Sports||tennis, football, basketball, cricket|
|Song||Favorites Songs N/A|
Marion Anne Perrine ‘Marine’ Le Pen is a French lawyer and politician who ran for the French presidency in 2012, 2017, and 2022.
A member of the National Rally, she served as its president from 2011 to 2021.
She has been a member of the National Assembly for the 11th constituency of Pas-de-Calais since 2017.
Le Pen has been placed as far-right on the political spectrum.
She is the youngest daughter of former party leader Jean-Marie Le Pen and the aunt of former FN MP Marion Marechal.
Le Pen joined the FN in 1986.
She was elected as a regional councilor of Nord-Pas-de-Calais (1998–2004; 2010–2015), Ile-de-France (2004–2010), and Hauts-de-France (2015–2021), a Member of the European Parliament (2004–2017), as well as a municipal councilor of Henin-Beaumont (2008–2011).
She won the leadership of the FN in 2011, with 67.6% of the vote, defeating Bruno Gollnisch and succeeding her father, who had been president of the party since he founded it in 1972.
In 2012, she placed third in the presidential election with 17.9% of the vote, behind Francois Hollande and Nicolas Sarkozy.
She launched a second bid for the presidency in the 2017 election.
She finished second in the first round of the election with 21.3% of the vote and faced Emmanuel Macron of the centrist party En Marche in the second round of voting.
On 7 May 2017, she conceded after receiving approximately 33.9% of the vote in the second round. In 2020, she announced her third candidacy for the presidency in the 2022 election.
She came second in the first round of the election, thus qualifying her for the second round against Macron, although she went on to lose in the second round to Macron.
Le Pen has led a movement of ‘de-demonization of the National Front’ to soften its image, including limited expulsion of members accused of racism, antisemitism, or Petainism.
She expelled her father from the party in August 2015, after he made fresh controversial statements.
While relaxing some political positions of the party by revoking its opposition to same-sex partnerships, its opposition to unconditional abortions, and its support for the death penalty, Le Pen still advocates many of the same historical policies of her party, with particular focus on strong anti-immigration, nationalist and protectionist measures.
She is supportive of economic nationalism, favoring an interventionist role of government, and is opposed to globalization and multiculturalism.
Le Pen supports limiting immigration, banning ritual slaughter, and restricting the legality of circumcision.
A critic of American and NATO policy, she has pledged to remove France from their spheres of influence.
Le Pen has made supportive comments of Vladimir Putin and Russia in the past, advocating closer cooperation before the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine; she strongly condemned the war in Ukraine but stated Russia ‘could become an ally of France again’ if it ends.
Le Pen was featured by Time as one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2011 and 2015.
In 2016, she was ranked by Politico as the second-most influential MEP in the European Parliament, after President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz.
Le Pen and the RN advocate a tough line on immigration, believing that multiculturalism has failed, and argue for the ‘de-Islamisation’ of French society. Le Pen has called for a moratorium on legal immigration.
She would repeal laws allowing illegal immigrants to become legal residents and has argued that benefits provided to immigrants be reduced to remove incentives for new immigrants.
Following the beginning of the Arab Spring and the European migrant crisis, she called for France to withdraw from the Schengen Area and reinstate border controls.
She supports restrictions on ritual slaughter and circumcision.
On energy, Le Pen advocates a policy of energy independence for France, with a strong emphasis on support for nuclear and hydroelectric power.
Le Pen is strongly opposed to wind energy due to its intermittency, tax burden on utility bills, and impact on the landscape and built heritage.
She is proposing a moratorium on new wind energy development on both sea and land from 2022 and the eventual dismantling of all current wind turbines.
Le Pen favors protectionism as an alternative to free trade.
She supports economic nationalism, the separation of investment and retail banking, and energy diversification, and is opposed to the privatization of public services and social security, speculation on international commodity markets, and is opposed to the Common Agricultural Policy.
Le Pen is opposed to globalization, which she blames for various negative economic trends, and opposes European Union supranationalism and federalism, instead favoring a loosely confederate ‘Europe of the Nations’.
As of 2019, she no longer advocates for France to leave the EU or euro currency: she had previously called both for France to leave the Eurozone and for a referendum on France leaving the EU.
She has been a vocal opponent of the Treaty of Lisbon and opposes EU membership for Turkey and Ukraine.
Le Pen has pledged to take France out of NATO and the US sphere of influence.
She proposes the replacement of the World Trade Organization and the abolition of the International Monetary Fund.
On foreign policy, Le Pen has criticized Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
She also criticized the privileged relations that France maintains with countries such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which she said are helping to fund and arm Islamist fundamentalists while encouraging closer ties with the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, which she said ‘fight fundamentalism’.
She supported the establishment of a privileged partnership with Russia and believed that Ukraine has been ‘subjugated’ by the United States.
She was strongly critical of NATO policy in the region, of Eastern European anti-Russian sentiment, and threatened economic sanctions.
In response to the 2022 invasion of Ukraine, Le Pen criticized Russia’s action despite her previous pro-Russia stance.
She advocated welcoming Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war.
She has stated that if elected should remove France from NATO’s integrated military command.
Marine Le Pen joined the FN in 1986, at the age of 18. She acquired her first political mandate in 1988 when she was elected a Regional Councillor for Nord-Pas-de-Calais.
In the same year, she joined the FN’s juridical branch, which she led until 2003.
In 2000, she became president of Generations Le Pen, a loose association close to the party which aimed at ‘de-demonizing the Front National’.
She became a member of the FN Executive Committee in 2000 and vice-president of the FN in 2003.
In 2006, she managed the presidential campaign of her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen.
She became one of the two executive vice-presidents of the FN in 2007, with responsibility for training, communication, and publicity.
In the 2007 parliamentary election, she contested Pas-de-Calais’ 14th constituency but came second behind incumbent Socialist MP Albert Falcon.
Party: National Rally
Grandparents: Jean Le Pen, Anne-Marie Herve
Organization founded: Rassemblement Bleu Marine
Questions About Marine Le
What does Marine Le Pen?
Marine Le Pen is a French politician, who is the President of the National Rally (RN). During her political career, she has expressed her positions on a wide range of political issues covering economics, immigration, social issues, and foreign policy.
Who is the father of Marine Le Pen?
Jean-Marie Le Pen
How old is Marine Le Pen?
54 years (.2022)
When was Marine Le Pen born?
5 August 1968
Is Marine Le Pen married?
Eric Lorio (m. 2002–2006), Franck Chauffroy (m. 1997–2000)