Former President Donald Trump’s youngest daughter, Tiffany, married 25-year-old businessman Michael Boulos at the former president’s Mar-a-Lago resort this Saturday.
The wedding wound up making headlines not only because of the fame and fortune of both Tiffany and her beau, the latter of whom is the son of billionaire Lebanese-Nigerian tycoon Massad Boulos, but also because of the dancing.
“Following the spectacular ceremony, Tiffany, 29, waltzed on to the dancefloor arm-in-arm with the groom before the doting couple shared their special moment to a cover of Toploader’s ‘Dancing in the Moonlight,’” according to the Daily Mail.
“Changed from her stunning wedding gown, Tiffany wore a flowing white dress as she showed off a diamond necklace and her sharply-dressed husband beside her in his black tuxedo. The beaming couple swayed in each other’s arms, with Michael spinning Tiffany before holding her in a loving embrace as the crowd cheered after an evening celebrating their nuptials,” the Daily Mail reported.
As seen in the video above, soon after the wedding couple began dancing, everybody else joined them on the dancefloor, including Tiffany’s father and step-mother, Melania.
“As they danced to ‘Strangers in the Night,’ by Frank Sinatra, Trump could be seen whispering in his wife’s ear before he pecked her on the cheek with a kiss. Like all the male guests, the former president sported a black tuxedo and bowtie, with Melania showing off a peach-colored dress,” according to the Daily Mail.
The extravagant wedding comes four years after Tiffany and Boulos met on Mykonos (a Greek island) during the summer of 2018. A year later, the two officially became an item.
“The youngest Trump daughter made her relationship with Boulos both Instagram and White House official in 2019 when she posted a photo with him in the Red Room,” according to People magazine.
See that photo below:
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What’s known about Boulos is that he comes from an equally wealthy family.
“He is the son of Lebanese-Nigerian tycoon Massad Boulos, who runs Boulos Enterprises and is the CEO of SCOA Nigeria. Town & Country reported that his family owns businesses in more than 10 West African countries,” Newsweek notes.
Incidentally, his father is a “yuge” Trump fan.
In a 2021 interview with the Daily Mail, Boulos’ father reportedly called Trump “the best president in recent US history” and “the one with the biggest achievements by far.”
Boulos himself appears to be pretty cozy with the Trump family.
“Since their initial introduction, Boulos has seemingly spent plenty of quality time with Tiffany’s family. He shared a photo of him and Tiffany smiling behind Trump in the Oval Office in December 2020 and has posted several photos with her half-siblings — Don. Jr, Ivanka and Eric,” according to People magazine.
“Boulos has also gotten to know Tiffany’s mother, actress Marla Maples, and was photographed sitting front row at New York Fashion Week with her in 2019,” People magazine notes.
In fact, Boulos reportedly proposed to Tiffany at the White House days before her father left office in 2021. Tiffany went on to announce the engagement to her family in a farewell letter she posted to Instagram a day before current President Joe Biden’s inauguration.
“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!” she wrote.
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After getting engaged, the couple then reportedly moved to Miami together.
“The pair ended up settling in Miami not far from other members of the Trump family. Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner live in the area while Donald Trump Jr. and his fiancée, Kimberly Guilfoyle, bought a home in north Palm Beach County. Meanwhile, the former president, first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron live seasonally at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach,” according to People magazine.
“She and Michael picked Miami because it is so multicultural,” an unnamed source told the magazine back in 2021.
The source added that the capital are interesting in having a second wedding in Greece.
“Tiffany loves Mykonos and would like to marry around there even if she has another celebration in the U.S., maybe at Mar-a-Lago,” the source said.
Republished with permission from American Wire News Service
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