Former President Donald Trump’s daughter, Tiffany Trump, married her mistress, Michael Boulos, on Sunday (November 13). The ceremony was held at Mar-a-Lago, a Florida resort owned by Trump.
Donald Trump escorted Tiffany down the aisle and kissed her on the cheek before she exchanged vows with Michael.
The bride exchanged vows with Michael in front of an altar covered with blue, pink and white flowers. She looked stunning in her saab long sleeve beaded prom dress Ellie.
The wedding was attended by Ivanka Trump, husband Jared Kushner, and their children. Donald Trump’s wife Melania Trump, Tiffany’s mother Marla Maples, and half-brother Eric Trump were also in attendance.
The wedding went smoothly, but the planning process was a little worrying for Tiffany.
Just a few days ago, Tiffany was said to have “flipped,” according to Page Six, not letting Hurricane Nicole ruin her big day on Saturday at Mar-a-Lago. I was worried about
“Friday is supposed to be a welcome dinner, but they’re not sure it’s going to happen… Tiffany is flipping out,” a source told Page Six on Wednesday.
Page Six says others changed RSVPs after Palm Beach International Airport closed and all flights were canceled, despite the fact that some guests were already in town when the hurricane made landfall. I am reporting that I had to.
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“Tiffany’s still there. Some guests were coming in for the week and planning all these things. It’s going to be overkill overall,” the insider continued.
“They had to cancel today’s event and they had to cancel tomorrow’s golf trip. Everyone is locked up.”
Luckily, Tiffany and her fiancé were able to get their marriage licenses on Tuesday, just before the Palm Beach County Courthouse was forced to close.
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