Donald Trump has walked his daughter Tiffany down the aisle to marry her fiance of one year, billionaire heir Michael Boulos.
The former US president kissed his 29-year-old daughter on the cheek before she exchanged vows with her now-husband, 25, at her father’s Florida resort Mar-a-Lago on Saturday, local time, Page Six reports.
The bride — who stunned in a long-sleeved, beaded wedding dress by Elie Saab — said “I do” to her new spouse in front of an altar adorned with a halo of blue, pink, and white flowers.
The lush floral arrangement notably matched the bridesmaids’ light blue gowns.
Tiffany and Boulos met back in 2018 while he was studying at City University of London and she was on vacation in Europe.
Boulos, whose family owns a multibillion-dollar conglomerate of companies, then proposed to Tiffany in the White House Rose Garden in January 2021.
He got down on one knee with a custom 13-carat sparkler worth $US1.2 million ($A1.8 million).
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Tiffany’s half-sister, Ivanka Trump, pulled up to the venue earlier on Saturday for the wedding clad in her flowing dress.
Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, their 11-year-old daughter, Arabella, and sons, Joseph Frederick, 9, and Theodore James, 6, were seen snapping some family pics outside of the venue.
Tiffany’s older half-brother, Eric Trump, also took some photos with his family — including wife Lara Trump and their kids, son Eric, 5, and daughter Carolina, 3 — before the ceremony kicked off.
Although Tiffany’s lavish nuptials seemingly ended in bliss, the planning process wasn’t as smooth sailing.
Just days before the big event, Tiffany was reportedly “flipping out” after her “welcome dinner” was jeopardised due to Hurricane Nicole.
“They’ve sent staff home. Tiffany is still there,” an insider told Page Six Thursday, referencing Donald’s luxurious Palm Beach residence.
“Some guests came in for the week, and they had all these things planned. It was going to be a whole over-the-top thing,” the source continued. “They had to cancel events today and cancelled a golf outing for tomorrow. Everyone is stuck inside.”
Hurricane Nicole slammed into Florida earlier this week and shut down Palm Beach International Airport, which affected who was able to fly in for the couple’s big day.
A source previously told Page Six that the newlyweds were expecting 500 guests to attend their Mar-a-Lago nuptials.
It was unclear at the time just how many people had to change their RSVP due to the storm.
“Tiffany has been waiting to plan a very big wedding,” the insider said. “Her fiance is from a very wealthy family, she is from a very wealthy family, and they want all their friends from around the world to be there.”
Thankfully, the couple were able to get their marriage license on Tuesday — just hours before the Palm Beach County Courthouse was also forced to shut down for the week.
While the weather may have thrown a wrench in some of the socialite’s plans, Tiffany was able to celebrate her bridal shower last weekend alongside her sisters and closest friends.
This article originally appeared on Page Six and was reproduced with permission
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