Donald Trump’s daughter to marry Nigerian-Lebanese Michael Boulos on Saturday

Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos

Former US President Donald Trump’s daughter Tiffany will on Saturday, November 12 wed her Nigerian-Lebanese lover Michael Boulos.

The couple will tie the knot at Mar-a-Lago, Florida.

Tiffany, 29, and Boulos, 25, have been dating since 2018; in the years since, they have both spent time with one another’s parents on multiple occasions. The groom is understood to have become quite close to former President Trump.

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

Ahead of the wedding, Tiffany attended her lavish bridal shower in Miami last weekend.

Tiffany was joined at the bridal shower by half-sister Ivanka and sister-in-law Lara, reports Daily Mail.

Ivanka, 41, and Lara, 40, accidentally donned matching white dresses with blue floral prints, while Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend Kimberly, 53, sported a pale pink top and a floral headband.

Lara and husband Eric Trump’s youngest child, three-year-old daughter Carolina, also attended in a white lace dress and matching lace-embellished socks.

“Ivanka Trump and I did not plan these dresses,” Lara joked while sharing the snap on her Instagram Stories.

The former TV producer also posed up for a snap with Kimberly, who wore a pretty pale pink top, accessorised with a flower crown, which the women appear to have made during the bridal shower; Ivanka later posted an image of her family dog Winter sporting one of the creations.

Ivanka also posted the image of herself, Tiffany and Lara, along with a photo of her niece Carolina posing with some flowers, on her feed, writing in the caption: “Back in Florida, celebrating my beautiful, brilliant and kind sister @tiffanytrump at her bridal shower.”