Is Tiffany Trump At The Inaugural Ball?


If you're like me, halfway through election season you might have asked yourself, who the heck is Tiffany Trump? President Donald Trump's younger daughter, from his second marriage to Marla Maples, seemed shrouded in mystery. However, since she's come out of the shadows in recent months and joined her siblings at campaign events, the question of whether will Tiffany Trump be attending the inaugural balls has come up.

According to an exclusive with The Hollywood Reporter, Tiffany and her mother are both attending all of the inaugural events, but unlike the rest of the Trump family, they don't have a "glam squad" and are footing the bill for their hair, makeup, and multiple looks for the inaugural weekend. There have even been reports that she and Maples allegedly tried to secure free beauty services (according to The Washington Post, a spokesperson for Maples declined to comment on the claim).

In a Jan. 19 exclusive for The Hollywood Reporter, fashion editor Booth Moore wrote that Tiffany is working with celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch on her inaugural weekend looks. Bloch, who is reportedly a self-described friend of the family, said, “I want to see her have a moment.”

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In the article, Bloch said that Tiffany could be turning up at Friday night's inaugural balls in a champagne-colored gown by Los Angeles-based label Simin Couture.

“I’m in the princess business, and I make dreams come true,” Bloch told Moore. “I’m honored to serve the first daughter of our country. This isn’t about politics, it’s about a cool girl.”

Tiffany, who grew up in Los Angeles, is a 2016 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. She is also a social media personality, a former Vogue intern, and has reportedly been seen touring law schools. Additionally, she is President Trump's only hope and not alienating millennials completely.

As Bustle's Margaret Judson noted recently, Tiffany has been present for many of her father's biggest moments, including the Republican National Convention; she also put in appearances at several of the presidential debates. If reports are accurate, she is planning to make a big splash at the inaugural balls, too. Keep your eyes peeled.