Murphy Claire Levesque is the daughter of Triple H and his wife, Stephanie McMahon. Murphy’s father Triple H also known as Paul Michael Levesque is a famous American professional wrestler, business executive, and actor. He is currently signed to WWE and is the Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy Development and COO for WWE. He is also the founder and executive producer of NXT. Murphy Levesque’s mother, Stephanie is also an American businesswoman and retired professional wrestler. She is the chief brand officer of WWE and appears as an authority figure on the Raw, NXT, and SmackDown brands. Murphy is not the only child of her parents.
Murphy Claire Levesque: Profile Summary
|Full Name||Murphy Claire Levesque|
|famous as||daughter of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon|
|Date of Birth||28 July 2008|
|Age||13 years old as of 2021|
|Place of Birth||United States of America|
|Parents||Father- Triple H|
Mother- Stephanie McMahon
|Siblings||Vaughn Evelyn Levesque, Aurora Rose Levesque|
Born in the United States of America on 28th July 2008, Murphy Claire Levesque is the second child of Triple H and his wife Stephanie McMahon. She is 13 years old and her Zodiac sign is Leo. Despite her young age, young Murphy Claire is already famous among WWE fans because of her parents. As I said earlier Claire is not the only child of her parents, she has two other older siblings. Her Siblings are Vaughn Evelyn Levesque, Aurora Rose Levesque. The wrestling stars gave birth to all girls.
During Many interviews, hosts tend to ask the former Women’s Champion Stephanie Marie McMahon about whether her Three daughters, Murphy, and her sister will join WWE and the family business in the future or not.
She has always given an assertive answer to these questions as a true leader of the women’s revolution. Murphy Claire Levesque’s mother Stephanie once said “Right now, there are far better opportunities for the women’s division in WWE from ten years ago. Time has really changed during this entire time. It’s not like the past when women could not set up main events or their own PPV shows.” So Murphy, her sisters, and other Kids can choose their career path as per their wish not necessarily their parents choosing for them.
Meanwhile, Murphy’s eldest sister Aurora Rose is already into the family business training with the WWE superstars and whatnot. But about Murphy herself? Is she into the WWE like her parents and sisters? Or has she already thought of a career?
How did Murphy Claire Levesque’s parents meet? What began as an on-screen storyline marriage in 2000 became a real-life romance when Triple H began dating Stephanie. They dated for 3 years and the couple was engaged on Valentine’s Day in 2003. They eventually got married in Sleepy Hollow, New York, on October 25, 2003. Murphy Levesque’s parents have been married for 18 years now.
In a radio interview with Opie and Anthony in 2004, Murphy Claire Levesque’s father Triple H claimed he began dating McMahon after being apart from his previous girlfriend, Joanie “Chyna” Laurer, for some time, despite Laurer’s claims his relationship with McMahon began while they were still together. After their marriage, Stephanie took her husband’s surname and legally changed her middle name to McMahon.
In 2004, Murphy Claire Levesque’s father released a book titled Making the Game: Triple H’s Approach to a Better Body. It is mostly devoted to bodybuilding advice but also includes some autobiographical information, memoirs, and opinions.
Her parents are Republicans, Her mother alongside her father donated $2,700 to the presidential campaign of Chris Christie.
Murphy Claire Levesque’s mother, Stephanie, and her family are of Irish-American descent, and her mother has said she is proud of her Irish roots. At a WWE live event in Dublin, the Republic of Ireland in 2004, McMahon spoke during a promo about how her family originally came from County Clare. Stephanie’s great-grandfather, Roderick James “Jess” McMahon, was born to Irish parents who had emigrated from Galway, the Republic of Ireland to New York City during the 1870s.
While talking with The Miami Herald, Stephanie said that she has had to raise her three daughters knowing that they will likely be bullied because their parents are television personalities.