Tiffany Trump and her fiancé Michael Boulos are planning a destination wedding in Greece, according to news publication Insider.
The couple met in Mykonos in July 2018. The pair are reportedly looking to hold their nuptials on the Greek island where they first met, scouting the island for a planned destination wedding in the near future.
Tiffany Trump, the youngest daughter of former President Donald Trump, announced her engagement to businessman Michael Boulos in January 2021. Boulos and Trump’s whirlwind love affair has been years in the making.
“It has been an honor to celebrate many milestones, historic occasions, and create memories with my family here at the White House, none more special than my engagement to my amazing fiancé Michael! Feeling blessed and excited for the next chapter!” Trump wrote in her engagement announcement on Instagram.
Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos’s whirlwind romance
The pair were spotted for the first time in January 2018 while out dining in London. Rumors began to pick up steam when they attended the Taoray Wang fashion show together a few months later in March. They then spent the summer of 2018 partying at Lindsay Lohan’s club in Mykonos– a destination they would return to repeatedly as Greece became the backdrop for their love affair. The couple has been official since Thanksgiving 2018 when Trump brought Boulos to meet her family at their celebration in Mar-a-Lago.
While Trump– a recent graduate of Georgetown University’s law center and member of one of America’s most visible families — is no stranger to the public eye, this may be the first time you’ve heard of her fiancé Boulos. Despite having a less recognizable surname than Trump, his family definitely holds their own amongst the real estate mogul’s dynasty.
Boulos is the heir to a billion-dollar fortune. Boulos’ Lebanese family immigrated to Nigeria in 1936 and founded Boulos Enterprises, which later became the conglomerate SCOA Nigeria. The company specializes in motorcycles, power bikes, tricycles, and outboard motors, and dominates the distribution and manufacturing of motorsport vehicles across Africa. The conglomerate later expanded into furniture, interior design, and energy.
Boulos grew up in Nigeria and went on to attend college at the Regent’s University London, where he got his degree in global business management. At 19, Boulos became the associate director of SCOA Nigeria.
Boulos has frequently whisked Trump away to Greece throughout their relationship, with Mykonos being a favorite spot for the couple, as they spent the early days of their courtship together there. Boulos first discovered Greece as a teenager, traveling to Mykonos’ Psarou beach and partying on yachts in the Mediterranean. Both Trump and Boulos love the vibrant nightlife on the Greek Islands but also savor the romance of the country’s historical sites, like the Parthenon in Athens, where they were photographed on their most recent trip.