Hold on to your hats, folks, because we’re about to meet the one and only Vaughn Levesque, aka the offspring of Stephanie McMahon and Triple H! You might recognize her dear old dad as a big-time American exec,
Early Life & Education
American with a mixed ethnicity and Christian religion. Of course, we all know her as the daughter of the legendary Triple H (aka the coolest dad on the planet). As for her education, well, let’s just say she’s probably busy ruling the schoolyard at the moment.
Vaughn Levesque Family
Ladies and gents, let’s give a round of applause for Vaughn’s superstar family! Her dad is none other than Triple H (yep, that’s right, THE Triple H), and her mom is the boss lady of WWE, Stephanie McMahon. Talk about power couple goals! Vaughn also has two kickass sisters, Aurora Rose Levesque and Murphy Claire Levesque, who we’re sure she loves to bits.
This dude is a triple threat (pun intended) – he’s a businessman, actor, and retired pro wrestler. He was born on July 27, 1969, in Nashua, New Hampshire (which sounds like a lovely place, if you ask us), and his zodiac sign is Cancer (no wonder he’s such a softie at heart).
His real name is Paul Michael Levesque, and his parents are none other than Paul Levesque Sr. and Patricia Levesque (we’re guessing they’re pretty proud of their son’s success). Triple H is widely considered to be one of the greatest wrestlers of all time – no big deal, right?
Who Triple H Married To In Real Life
Before tying the knot, this gorgeous couple dated for several years – but they’ve kept the deets of their dating history under wraps (boo, we want the inside scoop!).
They finally said “I do” in 2003, at a wedding held in Stephanie’s hometown with only a few lucky guests in attendance. Despite a rocky start (they separated twice before getting hitched), Vaughn’s parents are now going strong and show no signs of ever splitting up. Love really does conquer all, folks!
Vaughn Evelyn Levesque’s Net Worth
We estimate that her total net worth is a whopping $150 million (cue the cha-ching sound effect!). Now that’s some serious dough, folks. Who needs a piggy bank when you have that kind of cash?