The Truth About Charlotte Jordan Being a Trans Woman Rumor!

Owen Weimann

The Truth About Charlotte Jordan Being a Trans Woman Rumor! blurred-reality.com

blurred-reality.com – Charlotte Jordan has been suspected of being a trans woman as many people believe she has a few masculine facial features. While we do agree with their reasoning, there is no record of her being trans. A female having a masculine feature and vice-versa is normal. Sexuality isn’t completely dependent on what a person looks like.

Charlotte Jordan (full name: Charlotte Jordan Evans) is an actress from the United Kingdom who is known for her role as Daisy Midgeley in Coronation Street and Gaby Grant in the Netflix series, Free Rein.

Born on 1 June 1995, she was very active in ballet, singing, and acting during her childhood. With over 200k followers on Instagram, she has amassed a fan base of her over the years.

On the other hand, we have also discovered that a lot of people have been seeking details regarding her sexuality. They wonder if she is trans as she has a few masculine physical features. Well, let’s find out what the truth is.

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Is Charlotte Jordan Trans?

While we do agree that Charlotte Jordan‘s face has a few masculine features, we would like to inform you that the 28-year-old actress is a woman. Yes, she isn’t trans. She was born and raised as a girl. The only change in her identity is her transition from a girl to a woman.

As mentioned above, we do agree with the fact that her facial looks a little masculine. However, this does not necessarily mean she is a trans lady. A woman having masculine features and vice-versa is very normal. Other than that, she has every feature of what a woman should have.

We don't think Charlotte Jordan is a trans woman. blurred-reality.comWe don’t think Charlotte Jordan is a trans woman.
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Human beings display a wide range of physical characteristics that may or may not correspond to established gender stereotypes, which is entirely natural. Masculine or feminine characteristics do not define a person’s identity or gender. Individual diversity should be embraced and celebrated without complying with cultural preconceptions of how a person should look based on their gender. Everyone is unique, and our differences add to the wonderful diversity that exists among us.

Even though Charlotte Jordan (@charliejordanxo) has not mentioned anything about her sexuality, we are pretty sure that she is and has forever been a woman. If she was trans, there is no way she could have hidden it to herself. In today’s date, nothing about celebrities who are as popular as Charlotte remains hidden.

Thus, we conclude that Charlotte is not a trans woman. Apart from having a few masculine features, there is no other strong evidence to doubt her sexuality. Hence, we request everyone to shut the rumor.

Meet Charlotte Jordan’s Boyfriend, Paul!

As of 2023, Charlotte Jordan is in a relationship with her long-time boyfriend, Paul. Even though we do not know much about Paul, including his last name and his profession, we do not he is not from the entertainment business and frequently appears on Charlotte’s Instagram.

Charlotte Jordan and her boyfriend, Paul. blurred-reality.comCharlotte Jordan and her boyfriend, Paul.
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In 2020, her boyfriend was offered to play Ryan Connor‘s thigh double as they were not allowed to touch each other due to social distance restrictions. Even though it seemed like she touched Ryan’s thigh on Coronation Street, it was actually Paul’s thigh. She explained,

They roped my boyfriend in because we’re shooting socially distanced, we can’t touch props, we can’t touch humans, we can’t touch anything. And so my boyfriend got the long awaited call he was hoping for for his entire life – Coronation Street wanted him to come to work as Ryan’s thigh double.

Taling to The Mirror, she also said that his family is a big fan of the show and often asks her what’s going to happen next. She said, ‘They’re always asking what’s coming and what’s going on and where a story is going.”