Tifanny Ariana Trump, the fourth daughter of the former American president, Donald Trump, has married Michael Boulos, his Nigerian-bred lover, this weekend.
The formal affair was held at her dad’s lavish Mar-a-lago Palm Beach, Florida, estate and was attended by more than 500 guests.
Tiffany Trump, the only daughter of former President Trump and actress Marla Maples together, tied the knot with Michael Saturday.
Tiffany wore a dazzling long-sleeve wedding gown by Elie Saab, while her mom donned a lavender evening gown by the same designer, as seen in photos published.
Tiffany’s father was also in attendance, as well as her half-siblings Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Barron Trump, as seen in photos.
Tiffany, 29, and Michael, 25, first made their romance Instagram official in January 2019, with the former First Daughter sharing a picture of the two posing in front of a Christmas Tree at the White House. The duo first met in Mykonos, Greece in the summer of 2018.
In January 2021, at the end of her father’s term as president, Tiffany announced that she and Michael were engaged.
Michael was born in Kfaraakka, Lebanon, but as a young boy moved with his parents to Lagos, where his family’s business, Boulos Enterprises, operates. The motorcycle company is extremely successful, and Michael is an heir to the multi-billon dollar family fortune.
Michael was named the associate director of SOCA Nigeria, a conglomerate “active in furniture production and interior design, automobile assembly and distribution, power generation, retailing and trade,” since 2016. He was just 19 years old. His father remains the CEO. He became the director of Fadoul Group in 2019, as well as the business development manager of Royalton Investment the same year.
After graduating from the prestigious American International School of Lagos, Michael attended college at Regent’s University London, where he studied Global Business Management.
The New Diplomat had reported that Boulos Enterprises’ history began in Lagos as a store that sold jewelry and other small products to the upper-middle class in Lagos by George Boulos.
In the mid-1950s, George’s sons, Anthony and Gabriel expanded the family business with the importation of Miele, Durkopp, and Göricke motorcycles and in 1959, the firm began importing Suzuki motorcycles.
In 1985, the Boulos family diversified their interest in Nigeria with the establishment of Bel Impex Limited, a tissue paper producer.
Between 2010 and 2016, the company represented Piaggio India and partially assembled tricycles in the country.