How much did Tiffany Trump's wedding ring cost? Bride's 'upgraded' jewel was $300K more than original
Michael Boulos proposed to Tiffany Trump at the White House with a 13-carat emerald-cut diamond ring designed by London-based jeweler Samer Halimeh
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: Tiffany Trump donned an "upgraded" engagement ring which is worth an estimated $1.5 million dollars. The bride paired it with a pair of earrings that featured over 20 carats of diamonds on her wedding day.
Last year, Michael Boulos proposed to Tiffany at the White House with a 13-carat emerald-cut diamond ring designed by London-based jeweler Samer Halimeh. However, a source told the Daily Mail that the ring Tiffany wore on her big day was "upgraded" with a "bigger stone [in the center] and bigger side [stones]."
The new ring is estimated to be about $300,000 more than the original, which was then estimated to be worth upwards of $1.2 million. The larger stones possibly increased the amount. The new center diamond reportedly has a G color grade, which means it has a faint yellow hue compared to stones that have higher grades. The highest color grade D, which is colorless, is rare to find. The original ring Tiffany had had a G color grade and VVS1 clarity grade.
Tiffany, the only daughter of former President Donald Trump and actress Marla Maples, married Michael Boulos at her family's club in Palm Beach, Florida. Tiffany wore a beautiful long-sleeve wedding gown by Elie Saab. Her mother was seen in a lavender evening gown, also by Saab. Trump attended the wedding, as did her half-siblings Ivanka, Donald Trump Jr, Eric, and Barron, photos revealed. Maples reportedly said that her daughter chose the dress as a nod to her husband's heritage. "It's a Lebanese American wedding," she said, according to The US Sun, adding, "So we were so happy to have Elie Saab create the magic."
Tiffany's wedding comes four days after the 2022 midterm elections. Of the same, Maples said, according to People, "We are focused on this sacred union and welcoming beloved friends and family, not on politics." She added that they chose Mar-a-Lago as the venue because it was, "Tiffany's childhood home and where she was brought into the world."