Donald Trump’s daughter Tiffany marries Lebanese fiancé Michael Boulos

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Tiffany Trump, daughter of former US President Donald Trump, married her Lebanese fiancé Michael Boulos on Saturday at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida.

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Although the wedding was almost threatened by the arrival of Hurricane Nicole, the ceremony took place at 4:30 p.m. at the club and private residence of the former president and went ahead as planned.

Tiffany Trump poses for a photos with her family on the day of her wedding. (Twitter)
Tiffany Trump poses for a photos with her family on the day of her wedding. (Twitter)

Tiffany’s wedding dress was designed by Lebanese designer Elie Saab, her mother Marla Maples told the New York Times via her representative Stuart Watts.

Tiffany Trump and her mother, Marla Maples. (Twitter)
Tiffany Trump and her mother, Marla Maples. (Twitter)

She wore a Greek goddess-inspired gown by Saab as a nod to Boulos’ Lebanese heritage.

Described as a “billionaire heir,” Boulos, 25, was born to Lebanese parents and largely raised in Lebanon and Lagos, Nigeria, according to several media reports.

Boulos is the heir father’s multi-billion dollar fortune which he made through his Nigerian distribution and assembly company for vehicles.

Donald Trump walks his daughter Tiffany Trump down the isle at her wedding with Michael Boulos. (Twitter)
Donald Trump walks his daughter Tiffany Trump down the isle at her wedding with Michael Boulos. (Twitter)

The youngest daughter of the former president announced her engagement to Boulos on January 19, 2021.

Tiffany and Michael began dating after meeting in the Greek island of Mykonos in the summer of 2018.

She was first seen with him during the New York Fashion Week in September 2018, and she shared their first photo together in January 2019 after attending a White House event.

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