Tiffany Trump is getting married to her boyfriend Michael Boulos, and she has just enjoyed her wedding shower, which was coordinated by her sister Ivanka Trump. The latter turned to Instagram to share a photo from the festivities, showing the bride-to-be dressed in a classic white lace gown. Lara Trump, Trump’s sister-in-law, is also in the photo.
Tiffany and Michael will exchange vows on Nov. 12 during a grand wedding ceremony at father Donald Trump’s luxury club Mar-a-Lago, with more than 500 people reportedly invited. According to People magazine, the couple initially met at Lindsay Lohan’s beach club in Mykonos, Greece.
The net worth of Michael Boulos
Michael is a wealthy businessman and his family currently runs multiple companies in more than ten West African countries. CelebrityNetWorth estimates the 25-year-old’s worth at about $20 million. While little information about his net worth is publicly available, his family’s entire income contributed to his net worth. Michael Boulos was born in the hamlet of Kfaraakka in northern Lebanon. When he was ten years old, he moved to Nigeria. While his father, Dr. Massad Boulos, who runs the family business, his mother, Sarah Boulos, founded the Nigeria Society for the Performing Arts.
He completed his studies at Regent’s University in London. According to the entrepreneur’s LinkedIn profile, he has been an associate director of SCOA since 2016. Since 2019, Michael is also director of the Fadoul Group and business development manager of Royalton Investment.
The relationship between Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos
Tiffany and Michael started dating in 2018, and that year they made their first public appearance at New York Fashion Week. Page Six reported in November 2018 that the couple were dating, and according to a Page Six source:
“Tiffany is relieved to have kept her relationship with Michael a secret for so long. But around Thanksgiving, she presented him to her family, and he comes across as a very smart kid from a great family. There was no mention of the President’s regrettable remark about African countries.”
Then-U.S. President Donald Trump then shared a photo of himself with Michael Boulos on social media from the Red Room of the White House over the Christmas period. The pair were once again pictured together at New York Fashion Week in 2019, and Boulos then joined Tiffany’s family for Easter services. The pair attended the Cannes Film Festival together before traveling to Orlando, Florida for a rally to kick off Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign. They appeared together several times before finally announcing their engagement on Instagram in January 2021.
Boulos allegedly proposed with a $1.2 million ring made by New York-based jeweler Samer Halimeh. Tiffany also shared numerous photos of the proposal on Instagram, describing it as “the most amazing experience at the White House,” writing:
“It has been an honor to share many milestones, historical events and experiences with my family here at the White House, nothing more meaningful than my engagement to my incredible fiancé Michael! I am grateful and excited for the next phase!”
The soon-to-be couple moved to Miami the following year and were then spotted in Mykonos, where they were supposedly looking for wedding venues.