Former American president, Donald Trump‘s fourth daughter, Tiffany, is set to wed her Nigerian-bred fiancé, Michael Boulos, on the 12th of November 2022, at her father’s lavish Palm Beach, Florida estate in the United States of America.
The soon-to- be-married couple, Tiffany 29, and Boulos, 24, met in 2017 while Tiffany was on vacation in Mykonos Greece. They started dating in 2018 and got engaged at the White house in 2021.
Boulos popped the question to Tiffany with a 13-carat emerald-cut diamond from Dubai, said to be worth $1.2 million.
The bride and her parents are expected to entertain over 500 guests at the big wedding.
A source close to the couple, has disclosed that “There has been a lot of planning and staging. This is Tiffany’s big moment, and it will be lavish. It is going to be a huge and beautiful affair.”
Tiffany has celebrated her bridal shower with her sister Ivanka, sister-in-law Lara Trump and Donald Junior’s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle in Miami, miles away from her father’s Mar-a-Lago estate.
Michael Boulos, although born in Houston, is of Lebanese and French descent, a naturalized Nigerian, raised in Lagos state.
He attended the American International School of Lagos in Nigeria before proceeding to London, where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Global Business Management from Regent’s University in 2018.
He also bagged a master’s degree in Project Management, Finance, and Risk at City, at the University of London, in 2019.
He runs, Boulos Enterprises and SCOA Nigeria, that is into vehicles, equipment, retail and construction.
His well-connected family owns a multibillion-dollar conglomerate.
His mother, Sarah Boulos is a popular humanitarian and the founder of the Society for the Performing Arts in Nigeria.
As for Boulos’s family, they appear to be firmly Team Trump. After the engagement was announced, the groom’s father, Massad Boulos, told the Daily Mail he was overjoyed to be related to Trump, calling him “the best president in recent US history; and the one with the biggest achievements by far.”
Story : Elizabeth Ereke