The youngest Trump daughter has maintained a relatively low profile over the last four years, save her occasional appearance as a campaign surrogate for her father, including at last summer’s Republican National Convention where she gave a speech ahead of the 2020 election. She graduated from Georgetown Law School last May.
Mr. Boulos, whom Vanity Fair described as her “billionaire heir boyfriend,” is four years his fiancée’s junior. He was born in Lebanon, raised and educated in Lagos, and is now based in London. One of his family’s Nigeria-based businesses, Boulos Enterprises, is a distribution and assembly company for vehicles (motorcycles, power bikes) and sells and trades the motors and equipment they require, too.
According to Town and Country, the two began dating in late 2018 and were first photographed together in Manhattan during Fashion Week that September. In short order, Mr. Boulos joined Ms. Trump at various first family events; the following month, he was introduced to the family at a Thanksgiving dinner at President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, and in December the young couple took photographs at a White House holiday event.
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