The 27-year-old described Britain’s European divorce as “formidable”, suggesting it could be the catalyst behind a Frexit.
Marion is currently campaigning for her aunt, Marine, who is hoping to become the next French president when the country goes to the polls on April 23.
Presidential hopeful Marine who leads the right-wing Front National, has previously expressed her desire to lead France out of the EU’s single currency.
She announced she would hold her own referendum to allow the French people to decide their future involved in the EU and its monetary union – coined ‘Frexit’.
Marion Le Pen said Brexit can be the catalyst behind a French EU divorce
Brexit is a formidable opportunity to show it’s possible to leave the system
Marion Le Pen
Speaking to Channel 4 News, Marion said: “Brexit is a formidable opportunity to show it’s possible to leave the system and to advance with our sovereignty and that it’s possible to win despite the odds.”
Asked whether her aunt can defy polling in the same manner as the Brexit vote, the 27-year-old added: “‘Yes! The polls also said the UK would stay in the EU and said Trump would lose and predicted Hillary Clinton’s brilliant victory.
“Now I think the National Front is part of a global movement, a great movement of patriots, of sovereignty that is emergency globally, particular in Europe.”
The euro has hit its lowest level in more than a month, as Marine Le Pen’s odds of winning the French election jumped higher, weeks before voting begins.
Europe’s single currency plunged to 1.05 against the US dollar and has also fallen against the pound amid the rising chance of Front National success.
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At the same time, independent Emmanuel Macron’s likelihood of victory have tumbled lower to 57 per cent, according to Oddschecker, which measures a number of betting odds to create an average.
Marine Le Pen’s odds are now at 27 per cent and the anti-EU candidate promise of a Frexit vote is worrying markets.
However, according to a new poll, the majority of French people believe the media is operating against the Front National leader.
The survey by French think tank Fondapol, which was conducted in March, said 55 per cent of French people thinks the media treats Marine in a negative light.
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Marine Le Pen is a French politician who is the president of the National Front, a national-conservative political party in France and one of its main political forces.
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Described as more democratic and republican than her nationalist father, she has led a movement of "de-demonization of the Front National" to detoxify it and soften its image
This compares to just 19 per cent of people who think the media treats her main rival, leader of En Marche, Emmanual Macron, negatively.
The survey revealed only 15 per cent of people believe the media treats Marine Le Pen positively, which compares to 46 per cent of people who think Mr Macron is treated favourably.
The questionnaire was completed using a sample of 1,766 French people over the age of 18.
Current polling shows Ms Le Pen is expected to make the second round of voting, where she will likely contend Mr Macron for the presidency on May 7.