Aznar is a grandfather. His daughter married at El Escorial on 5 September 2002 Alejandro Agag, with whom she has four children, Alejandro (b. Madrid, 4 June 2004), Rodrigo (b. Madrid, 13 December 2005), Pelayo (b. Madrid, 16 January 2008), and Alonso (b. Madrid, 22 December 2010) Agag y Aznar.
In 2008 in response to rumours, Aznar denied being the father of Zohra Dati, daughter of Ms Rachida Dati, the then French Minister for Justice. The mother subsequently claimed that another individual was the father of her child.
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