Tiffany Trump gets engaged to Nigerian-bred Lebanese, Michael Boulos. Tiffany Trump used the final day of her father’s presidency to announce that she is engaged to her billionaire boyfriend, Michael Boulos, before sharing a snapshot of them at the White House celebrating their good news together.
In a gushing social media post on Tuesday, the 27-year-old First Lady posted the news, sharing a smiling photograph of herself and 23-year-old Michael standing outside the West Wing – having taken the chance to snag a final shot of the White House together before President Donald Trump leaves office on Wednesday.
In her post, the Georgetown Law graduate has described her engagement with Boulos as her most ‘special’ White House memory, while paying tribute to her ‘amazing fiancé’, whom she has been dating for just over two years.
‘It was a pleasure to mark several achievements, historic occasions and build memories here at the White House with my family, none more remarkable than my dedication to my awesome fiancé, Michael! ‘She has written.
Feeling blessed and excited for the next segment! ‘
A source told Page Six that over the weekend, after they flew in from Miami, where they had been living, Michael proposed to Tiffany in the Rose Garden at the White House.
“The family is delighted,” said the insider.
The newly-engaged couple are seen posing together in the West Wing Colonnade in the photo Tiffany shared, with their arms around each other – as she proudly shows off the huge diamond engagement ring Michael proposed to her.
At Samer Halimeh New York, the ring was made, the jeweler reported to DailyMail.com
The bride-to-be is clad in a classic short-sleeved dress with sparkly black pumps added to it. As she waves at the camera, her long blonde hair is cut straight and loose across her shoulders.
Meanwhile, Michael, as seen wearing a dark suit, with gray tie, and an American flag pin giving his support for his fiancée’s home country.
Born in Lebanon, the corporate development boss, who is the descendant to the multi-billion dollar Nigerian company Boulos Enterprises, grew up in Nigeria before moving stateside to be with Tiffany.
In the comments, Michael replied to her engagement message, writing:’ Love you honey.’
He also happily announced the happy news on his Instagram page using the same White House snapshot – perhaps the last shot the pair posed for before the end of Trump’s presidency.
‘Got engaged to the love of my life! Looking forward to our next chapter together,’ he captioned the photo.