Donald Trump is preparing to let go of his youngest daughter.
The 76-year-old former president was pictured with his arms around Tiffany’s as they walked down the Mar-a-Lago aisle in Palm Beach, Fla., during their wedding rehearsal on Friday afternoon.
Tiffany, 29, was stunned by the white and blue floral dress as her famous father complimented her outfit with a navy suit and white undershirt.
The bride-to-be was beaming from ear to ear when a melancholy Donald led her to his fiancée, Michael Boulos.
While the Trump family practiced for their upcoming wedding, employees were busy around the building at their Florida estate setting up the stage and decor.
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Tiffany appeared to be in good spirits just days after she was reportedly “flipped,” stressing that Hurricane Nicole would ruin her big day in Mar-a-Lago on Saturday.
“Friday is supposed to be a welcome dinner and they’re not sure if it’s going to happen… Tiffany’s flipped out,” a source told Page Six on Wednesday.
Some guests were already in town when the hurricane made landfall, while others had to change their RSVPs after Palm Beach International Airport closed and all flights were cancelled.
“Tiffany’s is still there. Some guests were coming in that week and they had all these things planned. It was going to be completely overkill,” the insider continued.
“They had to cancel today’s event and they had to cancel tomorrow’s golf trip. Everyone is trapped inside.
Thankfully, Tiffany and the 25-year-old billionaire were able to get their marriage licenses Tuesday, hours before the Palm Beach County Courthouse was forced to close.
A source previously said the happy couple was expecting nearly 500 guests for their “luxury” wedding.
“Tiffany has been waiting to plan a very big wedding,” the insider shared. , I hope all my friends around the world will be there.”
“This is going to be an important moment for Tiffany and a gorgeous one. It’s going to be a huge and beautiful affair,” they added.
Boulos, whose family owns a multi-billion dollar business conglomerate, proposed a 13-carat emerald-cut diamond worth $1.2 million to Tiffany & Co. at the White House Rose Garden in January 2021.