WWE Head of Creative Triple H and former Chairwoman Stephanie McMahon are undoubtedly a power couple. The icons of authority were part of many interesting yet controversial storylines during the Attitude Era that eventually led to their in-ring wedding. They officially tied the knot in 2003.
Triple H and Stephanie McMahon haven’t revealed much about their private life. They have distanced their children from the WWE product to avoid getting them into the limelight. According to reports, the WWE power couple of Triple H-Stephanie Mcmahon has three daughters but only a few facts about them have been disclosed.
The three daughters of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon
Triple H and Stephanie McMaahon’s oldest daughter, Aurora Rose, was born in 2006. She is currently aged 16 years old. Interestingly, Aurora has made it a goal to become the Chairwoman of WWE as revealed by her mother during an interview.
“Our oldest said when she was eight years old ‘Momma, I don’t want your job. Daddy, I don’t want your job. I want Pop’s [Vince McMahon] job.”
“So, just like her grandfather, she wants to be the boss so we’ll see what happens with my oldest daughter who has already started training in the ring.
Vince McMahon is currently the Executive Chairman of WWE. However, the former CEO still has creative powers in the Stamford-based wrestling promotion and a strong presence in shareholding aspects.
Speaking of the middle child, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon’s second daughter Murphy Claire was born in 2008 and is now aged 14 years old. Vaughn Evelyn Levesque is the youngest of the WWE power couple, currently aged 12, and was born in 2010.
Stephanie McMahon revealed that Vaughn Evelyn is also interested in the wrestling business. That leaves Murphy Claire the odd one out.
“My youngest daughter is also very interested but she is all about the personality [laughs]. Oh my goodness, I can’t wait to see what she is going to do.”
Stephanie McMahon stepped down as Chairwoman after news of Vince McMahon’s return to the WWE Board of Directors. Nick Khan was made the CEO. Vince still holds the Executive Chairman position, following the Endeavor-WWE deal, while Triple H also retained his position as the WWE Head of the Creative Department.