Of all the Trump family responsibilities, the Secret Service detail for Tiffany Trump has got to be the most coveted by agents.
It sure seems like the most fun.
While her older siblings are married and saddled with parental responsibilities, the daughter of President Donald Trump and ex-wife Marla Maples is young and single.
And her lifestyle bears this out, rightfully so.
Over the weekend, Tiffany took on the role of flower girl at a wedding, rocking a tight sexy black mini-dress and towering stiletto heels to sprinkle rose petals in the aisle at the nuptials of friends at the Little White Wedding Chapel, in Las Vegas.
Miserable Secret Service agents can be seen looking on in the screengrab below:
Peter Carey “PC” Peterson, the “NYC Prep” reality star and grandson of the billionaire former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Pete Peterson, married Esme Brown, the daughter of late Hamptons real estate developer Harry Joe Brown Jr., the New York Post reported.
A video of the wedding, to include Tiffany’s participation, was shared on Instagram.
President Trump’s youngest daughter opted for a New Year’s Eve party in Los Angeles hosted by Playboy over the more stuffy Mar-a-Lago celebration with dear ol’ dad.
Tiffany posted this image on Instagram before she jetted out of Mar-a-Lago for LA.
How dreadful that must have been for the agents tasked with keeping Tiffany safe, although, given the Secret Service’s recent history, the agents may have felt right at home at the Playboy shindig.
And while Tiffany clearly likes to have fun and enjoy life, she can buckle down when needed, being a student at Georgetown Law.
But when dad was out campaigning for the White House, Tiffany spent last summer partying in the Hamptons.
One thing is certain, wherever Tiffany goes, she seems to brighten the atmosphere noticeably.
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