The event is also hosted by other liberal organisations targeting different causes, including "Stand Up To Racism" which is protesting government policies towards refugees.
Meanwhile right-wing, Brexit-supporting activists have signalled their intent to hold demonstrations in British cities, including the capital, under the banner "#YellowVestUK".
They also then harangued her and political commentators outside parliament, prompting calls for more proactive policing of the activists.
Police have vowed to uphold any public order offences and intervene when appropriate in response to the controversy.
France's "yellow vest" demonstrations began in mid-November over a proposed increase in fuel duties, and soon turned violent.
The leaderless movement appeared to be petering out at the end of 2018 but has since regained momentum, with weekly clashes seen in Paris and other French cities.
Meanwhile Britain is in the midst of political turmoil as the clock ticks down on its planned withdrawal from the European Union on March 29.
More than two years after voting to leave the bloc, the country and its lawmakers remain bitterly divided over Brexit.
She has warned defeat in the House of Commons could throw the country into "uncharted territory" with no clear path forward governing how Brexit will unfold.
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