Tiffany Trump, Nigerian-Lebanese fiancé Michael Boulos enjoy holiday on Greek island

Former US President Donald Trump’s daughter Tiffany Trump and her billionaire Nigerian-Lebanese fiancé Michael Boulos were spotted over the weekend enjoying the summer holiday on the Greek island of Mykonos.

The pair took a break from the planning of their wedding which has been described by insiders as an “international spectacle”.

Tiffany, 27, appeared to have taken inspiration from the island’s history as she looked every inch the Greek goddess in a flowing pale blue dress, cinched in at the waist with a belt and with a daring thigh-high split.

She paired the dress with matching Dior accessories of bucket hat, sliders and a tote bag, which dangled from the arm of her fiancé, square sunglasses and some large, statement pieces of jewelry.

The Georgetown Law graduate did not fail to flash the 13-carat emerald-cut diamond engagement ring believed to be worth up to $1.2 million.

Michael, 23, wore a crisp white shirt and smart dark shorts for their outing.

A source told People earlier this month that the couple is going all out for the wedding.

“They both want to marry in a big ceremony, your basic international spectacle,” the source said. “Tiffany likes the idea of a glamorous and glitzy affair and, surprisingly, so does Michael.”

Tiffany announced their engagement on January 20, her father’s last day at the White House.