Tiffany Trump's boyfriend Michael Boulos says not engaged to president's daughter, rubbishes reception invites
Tiffany Trump's boyfriend, Michael Boulos, took to Instagram Stories on Wednesday, January 1, to decry false rumors about his engagement to President Donald Trump's youngest daughter, adding that the reception invites circulating on the internet, regarding the happy occasion were false.
After he joined his 26-year-old girlfriend at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, to ring in 2020, the 22-year-old heir to Boulos Enterprises sent out the following story on Instagram:
"Want to wish everyone a happy new year!! FYI though, the letter/invitation that has spread around in the past two days is not real, it's been completely made up..." Michael wrote, ending his message with two "face with tears of joy" emoji to indicate that he found the situation comical.
After news station MTV Lebanon became the first to report that Michael and Tiffany were allegedly engaged to be married, an invitation card, which appeared to have been released by the POTUS himself, said that he cordially invited the guests to a bash celebrating the couple's union.
"President Donald J. Trump and Miss Marla Maples are honored in announcing the engagement celebration of Tiffany Ariana Trump and Michael Charbel Boulous," the card said, further adding the date of the party as January 11, and the venue as the Grand Ballroom of Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida.
Written in the corner of the invites was the message: "Confirmation of your attendance is mandatory by January 1st 2020. Submission of all credentials to the U.S. Secret Service must be complete by 2:00 p.m. on January 1st 2020."
The pair, which started dating since meeting in Mykonos, Greece, in the summer of 2018, was spotted browsing engagement rings at the Samer Halimeh New York store in London in June 2019, which first gave rise to rumors that they planned on getting hitched.
However, while Michael did not buy anything at the store, Tiffany only ended up buying a $663,000 diamond "friendship" bracelet.
Maan Chakhchir, the manager of the store later told Evening Standard that the couple was "very down-to-earth and clearly very happy together," adding, "They seem very much in love. If they get engaged, I know that Mr. Halimeh would be perfect for designing the ring."