Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos Engaged

WASHINGTON, DC – Tiffany Trump, youngest daughter of President Donald Trump and his ex-wife Marla Maples, announced her engagement to billionaire heir Michael Boulos on January 19, her father’s last full day in office, CNN reported.

The happy bride-to-be, 27, posted a photo of herself with Boulos on the White House colonnade on her Instagram account with the caption, “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!"

Trump’s engagement ring was also on view in the photo.

Boulos, 23, also posted the same photo with the caption: "Got engaged to the love of my life! Looking forward to our next chapter together,” CNN reported.

Trump was raised “primarily by Maples in California,” CNN reported, adding that “she graduated from Georgetown Law School in May 2020, and though she has largely kept a low profile over the last four years compared to her older siblings, she stepped into the political spotlight over the summer when she spoke at the Republican National Convention.”

The couple has attended “multiple events with the first family, from holidays at Mar-a-Lago to the State of the Union address,” CNN reported, noting that their post-Trump presidency plans “were not immediately clear.”

According to Town & Country magazine, Boulos “is of Lebanese and French descent and was born in Houston, Texas,” adding that “when he was young, Boulos’ family moved to Nigeria, where his family owns a multibillion-dollar conglomerate and a large portfolio of companies active in various sectors in more than 10 West African countries.”

Boulos’ “father, Dr. Massad Boulos, oversees the companies, and his mother, Sarah Boulos, is the founder of the Society for the Performing Arts in Nigeria or SPAN, which bills itself as a ‘one-stop destination for performance art, dance, theater, music, and visual arts,’” Town & Country reported.

Boulos “has two sisters, Oriane and Sophie, and a look-alike brother, Fares, an actor who trained under famed L.A. acting coach Constance Tillotson,” Town & Country reported, noting that “Fares also posts rap videos to his YouTube, under the stage name Farastafari.”


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