Tiffany Trump, the daughter of former US President Donald Trump, married her Nigerian-Lebanese fiancé Michael Boulos on Saturday, November 12.
The couple married at Trump’s private resort in Florida, Mar-a-Lago.
Trump is expected to announce his candidacy for president in 2024 three days after the wedding.
Tiffany made a nod to Boulos’ heritage by picking her wedding gown. It’s a Lebanese-American wedding, so her mother Marla Maples told People, “We were so happy to have Elie Saab create the magic.”
The couple’s cake was designed after the 7-foot-tall, specially made Sylvia Weinstock wedding cake that Trump and Maples had, which Maples claims Tiffany, who was a newborn at the time of the wedding, wanted to recreate.
Maples played a role in the ceremony, too, sharing a prayer during the service, and Tiffany’s closest friends from childhood were chosen as bridesmaids. Tiffany’s half-sister Ivanka helped prepare for the big day, joining Tiffany’s bridal party and offering “total support,” according to a source involved with the wedding.
After exchanging marital vows and receiving blessings, the lovers had their first dance as husband and wife. They were joined by Trump and his wife Melania.
The couple held a pre-wedding event where they hosted guests from around the world. Senior pastor of House on the Rock Church Paul Adefarasin and wife Ifeanyi, and also music producer and singer Cobhams Asuquo were in attendance.
Tiffany, 29, and Boulos, 25, have been dating since 2018 after meeting at Lindsay Lohan’s club in Mykonos, Greece.
Boulos, who is the heir to the multi-billion dollar Nigerian conglomerate Boulos Enterprises, proposed to Tiffany, in the last days of her father at the White House in January 2021 with a $1.2 million ring.