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Speculation swirls about Tiffany Trump's 'intimate' wedding guest list, Internet asks 'who's paying for it?'

Earlier it was assumed that 500 guests were invited to Trump's opulent Mar-a-Lago for Tiffany Trump's wedding, however, the actual headcount is closer to 300
UPDATED NOV 12, 2022
Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump's youngest one, will tie the knot with fiancé Michael Boulos on November 12 (Instagram/@tiffanytrump, @ivankatrump)
Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump's youngest one, will tie the knot with fiancé Michael Boulos on November 12 (Instagram/@tiffanytrump, @ivankatrump)

PALM SPRINGS, FLORIDA: Tiffany Trump, the youngest child of former US President Donald Trump, is marrying her Nigerian-Lebanese fiancé, Michael Boulos, on Saturday, November 12. Over 500 guests were reportedly expected at Trump's opulent Mar-a-Lago club in Palm West Beach, Florida, where the pair will exchange vows. The wedding is reportedly due to begin at 4.30 pm. As expected, netizens are wondering who will be on the guest list of the lavish wedding.

A user wrote a hilarious comment on Twitter saying, “I have so many questions about Tiffany Trump’s wedding. Does Donald know her name? Is Melania bringing her boyfriend? Is the RNC paying for the wedding? Is Saudi Arabia? Russia?” Another user stated, "Poor Tiffany - Trump’ so cheap, she has to get married at his monstrosity of a pseudo-home, and I’m sure plenty of his gross cult members are on the guest list (like Uncle Rudy and Uncle Roger 😱)”. Another tweet said, “Guilfoyle, the ex-wife of California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Trump 2020 campaign adviser, was not included, so Trump Jr went without a plus-one. Tiffany Trump’s boyfriend, Boulos, also didn’t make it on the guest list.” Meanwhile, Elvira Grau, a long time friend of Tiffany’s mother Marla Maples, told The Sun that in reality less than 300 guests would attend the lavish affair.


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“It's not going to be a big, big wedding - not like 500 people as some have suggested. It will actually be less than 300 people. So it’s a smaller, handpicked crowd of just the closest family and friends,” Grau said. About the small guest list, she went on to say, “They chose to do that for the kind of reasons other people opt for more intimate weddings — they don’t want people they don’t really know there. Given who her father is, this isn’t his day - it’s her day. So, Tiffany picked the people she wanted. It was all up to her.”




Earlier, over the weekend, the bride-to-be’s elder sister, Ivanka Trump, shared a photo with Tiffany on social media revealing that they were in Florida to celebrate her wedding. Tiffany wore a white denim dress, while Ivanka opted for a blue embellished dress. “Back in Florida, celebrating my beautiful, brilliant, and kind sister @tiffanytrump at her bridal shower,” she noted.


Meanwhile, Elvira Grau also claimed that although she hasn't received a complete schedule of what to expect on the day, she anticipated a genuinely festive environment. “Well, Michael's mom said there's gonna be lots of dancing because she loves to dance. She told me, ‘we're Lebanese and we're here to party’. So I'm excited about that, I know it's going to be a fun wedding. Sometimes weddings can be beautiful, but not fun,” Elvira said, adding, “but I feel with Michael's family, they're gonna really make it even more fun because they’re such warm people.”