Tiffany Trump's dreamy life: From $23K trip to uber-rich fiance, here's all about Trump's ‘forgotten’ daughter
The friend circle group of Tiffany includes Anna Wintour, EL Johnson and Andrew Warren
Former President Donald Trump is the father of four adult children and a teenager. While his eldest three kids — Donald Trump Jr, Ivanka Trump, and Eric Trump — are well-known in the political circle of America, the fourth one is not that active. Tiffany has often been referred to as Trump’s “wild-card daughter”, who has kept a lower profile than her older half-siblings. Let’s have a look at the dreamy life of the 27-year-old, who recently made the news after announcing her engagement to business executive Michael Boulos on January 19 — a day before President Joe Biden took the oath of office and Trump left the White House.
Tiffany is the daughter of Trump and his second wife Marla Maples. She was born on October 13, 1993, in West Palm Beach, Florida. She is the only child of the ex-couple and the two named her after the Tiffany & Co. jewelry store in Manhattan. Since her childhood days, Tiffany was a regular face at glamorous events like the New York Fashion Week. She spent her initial years between her family’s New York and Florida properties, but after her parents’ divorce in 1999, she moved to Los Angeles with her mother.
In California, the former first daughter went to the Viewpoint School in Calabasas. Despite being based out in LA, Tiffany regularly visited her father in New York. With the help of her half-sister Ivanka, she secured an internship at Vogue in 2011. After completing high school in 2012, she attended her father’s alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania. During her younger years, Trump’s most elusive adult child started becoming a socialite in her own right as she made her appearances at fashion and art events around New York City. She also appeared at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in 2014 in NYC. Her friend circle includes names like Anna Wintour, EL Johnson, and Andrew Warren.
Her appearance ahead of Trump’s presidential bid
Tiffany was seen in some of the events ahead of her father’s presidential bid in 2016. She even gave an interview alongside Ivanka, Eric and Donald Jr. to Barbara Walters. In July 2016, she gave an unexpected speech at Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, while praising Trump. She had said, “He’s always helped me be the best version of myself.”
After Trump became the president of the US, Tiffany began law school at Georgetown University in the autumn of 2017. She continued to make occasional social appearances, including New York Fashion Week in September 2017 and the White House Christmas Tree lighting ceremony in 2018. Tiffany was spotted with her friend, fashion designer Andrew Warren, celebrating Pride in New York City in June 2018. A year later, she was photographed wearing white to the 2019 State of the Union, a statement color linked to women’s suffrage.
Her social life and 'Richie-rich' romance
Tiffany made news in March 2019 after she went on a trip to Belgrade, Serbia, for 10 days which cost taxpayers $23,000. Even for her birthday last year, she spent a lot as she started her birthday celebration on October 11 night when she was spotted at the Komodo restaurant with Boulous and friends enjoying bottle service, sparkles, sushi, and a massive American flag. Later she went to Kiki on the River, a Greek restaurant, where waiters surrounded her table with party smoke. On the night of October 12, 2020, she went to Papi Steak in South Beach with her boyfriend while rocking a black outfit.
Tiffany, who is romantically involved with Boulos, the son of the owners of a multibillion-dollar conglomerate based in Nigeria, took to her Instagram account on January 19. She posted a picture of her with the beau and wrote, “It has been an honor to celebrate many milestones, historic occasions and create memories with my family here at the White House, none more special than my engagement to my amazing fiancé Michael! Feeling blessed and excited for the next chapter!” Many people congratulated her, including elder sister Ivanka who commented, “So happy for you and Michael! Love you Tiff!”