Tiffany Trump, former President Donald Trump's youngest daughter, has recently returned from a holiday in Greece with her fiancé Michael Boulos. Following their engagement in January, the couple has been planning their wedding far away from the controversies plaguing the Trump family, including her siblings Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Eric Trump.
According to reports, Tiffany, 27, and Boulous, 23, have not yet planned a wedding date, but they are likely to have a grand wedding reception. The couple has been together since 2018 and has flown to Greece quite frequently since their relationship started.
Friends of the couple said that they both want a big wedding filled and glitz and glamour. They might also have two weddings with one potential site at the Mar-a-Lago, the posh Florida exclusive club owned by Tiffany's father.
Tiffany's Life Away from Politics
Tiffany, who has graduated from law school at Georgetown, moved to Miami with Boulous to start fresh. According to People, the pair plan to buy a house in the city as they start their new life together.
The two started as friends after meeting in Greece. For some time, Tiffanny and Boulous kept their relationship off the press until she introduced him to her family at a Thanksgiving party in Mar-a-Lago. Tiffany's mom, Marla Maples, the president's second wife, told Town & Country magazine that she adores her future son-in-law.
In 2019, Boulous' family celebrated Christmas at the White House with the former president and First Lady Melania Trump. The Boulous clan runs a billion-dollar conglomerate with companies across West Africa.
Boulos, who grew up in Nigeria, was educated in business courses in Lagos and London. He is currently the associate director of SOCA Nigeria for furniture production, retailing, and trade.
On the other hand, Tiffany has stayed away from the public eye despite her father's very public profile. Sources said that she didn't have a solid relationship with her father as a child, and it was her mother who single-handedly raised her after their divorce.
Though Tiffany has a better relationship with her family today, the former president once admitted in an interview with Howard Stern that Tiffany's older half-siblings tried to cut her out of his will. She was also the only adult child who was not part of Trump's Transition Team when he assumed office at the White House.
Better for Tiffany
However, being excluded from the family's political circle might have been better for Tiffany. She is the only adult Trump child who was not asked to be present at the House of Representatives' investigations into the Capitol Hill riot in January. The Trump Organization is also under investigation by a New York grand jury for illegal business activities. Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Eric Trump are all part of the organization.
According to observers, Tiffany might have been cleverer to stay away from the family business while her siblings are getting tangled up in a significant legal problem. She is also charting her own identity and fame as one of the Rich Kids of Instagram.
Her relationship with Boulos has also been seen as a smart move because her fiancé has a reported net worth of $20 million, and he is the heir to the billion-dollar conglomerate. Tiffany might be a billionaire's daughter as well, but that empire could crumble if the Trump family's illegal activities are proven in court.
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