French President Emmanuel Macron was booed during the opening ceremony of the 2023 Rugby World Cup, which started yesterday in the capital Paris.

Macron made a speech on the field at the Rugby World Cup opening ceremony held at the Stade De France (Stade De France).

When some of the spectators saw President Macron coming down to the pitch for his speech, some of them continued their cheers, while others started booing Macron.

Macron's speech was hardly heard as he was heavily protested with whistles.

Macron ended his speech after announcing the start of the 10th edition of the tournament, while the audience continued to cheer.

The Rugby World Cup, which is planned to be held in nine halls across the country and will last until October 28, is the first cup to be held entirely in France.

The Rugby World Cup is organized every four years by the International Rugby Federation.