Donald Trump's Daughter Tiffany Weds at Mar-a-Lago

Tiffany Trump is a married woman now. Donald Trump's 29-year-old daughter said "I Do" on Nov. 12 to Michael Boulos on in Palm Beach, Florida at her father's famous Mar-a-Largo Club. Tiffany is from Trump's marriage to actress Marla Maples. They were married from 1993 to 1999. The divorce was messy, with Maples receiving just a $1 million settlement and an additional $1 million for a home, despite Trump's businesses being estimated to be worth billions. Tiffany's half-sister to Ivanka, Don Jr., Eric and Barron Trump.

Tiffany and her now-husband met at Lindsay Lohan's beach club in Mykonos, Greece in 2018. Of their union, Tiffany's mother told PEOPLE Magazine: "We are focused on this sacred union and welcoming beloved friends and family, not on politics. This was Tiffany's childhood home and where she was brought into the world. 

A separate source told the outlet: "Tiffany has never been a people divider," noting that all of her family were in attendance. "This is a joyous family occasion."

For her wedding dress, she chose something to honor Boulos' heritage. "It's a Lebanese American wedding, so we were so happy to have Elie Saab create the magic," Maples said. 

Their wedding cake was modeled after Tiffany's parents' custom, 7-foot-tall Sylvia Weinstock wedding cake, which Maples says Tiffany, who was a newborn at the time of the wedding, wanted to recreate. Maples and Trump wed two months after Tiffany was born. Maples played a role in the ceremony, sharing a prayer during the service.


Tiffany and Boulos began dating in 2018 after meeting at Lindsay Lohan's beach club in Mykonos, Greece. The couple got engaged in Jan. 2021 at the end of her Trump's first-term as president — and in the wake of the U.S. Capitol riots — announcing the news on social media the day before Trump left office.