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Tiffany Trump is ‘looking for a property’ in Miami with boyfriend Michael

Tiffany Trump is looking for a property in Miami’s South Beach as she makes plans to join her family in Florida after her father’s presidency comes to an end.  

The 27-year-old and her billionaire heir boyfriend Michael Boulos have been staying at the swanky Setai Hotel in the glamorous neighborhood, but she is on the hunt for a place to call her own.  

‘She has been in Miami looking at properties,’ a source close to Tiffany told DailyMail.com. ‘She was staying at the Setai Hotel while she was viewing different options.’ 

Settling down: Tiffany Trump is reportedly looking for property to buy in Miami, Florida. The First Daughter celebrated her 27th birthday in Miami in October (pictured)

Getting serious: The First Daughter has been living with her boyfriend Michael Boulos, 23, (right) at the swanky Setai Hotel in Miami's glamorous South Beach neighborhood

Getting serious: The First Daughter has been living with her boyfriend Michael Boulos, 23, (right) at the swanky Setai Hotel in Miami’s glamorous South Beach neighborhood

Rooms at the hotel start at $800 per night and go up to $2,150, which is likely no problem for Michael, who is the heir to the multi-billion dollar Nigerian conglomerate Boulos Enterprises. 

The couple has been together for two years, and he appears to be close with both sides of her family.

Tiffany, President Donald Trump’s only child with his second wife Marla Maples, graduated from Georgetown Law School in May, but she has yet to take the bar exam, which she needs to pass to officially become a lawyer. 

‘She hasn’t decided on her next career move,’ a source told Page Six. ‘She truly thought her father would win a second term and she’d continue as part of the First Family. She became more involved with the family and politics during his last campaign.’ 

It seems Tiffany has already made a home for herself in Miami, where she was spotted at Joia Beach on Saturday, according to the publication. 

She was said to be wearing an oversized sun hat and sitting at a more isolated table in the restaurant as she dined with a large group of friends with her Secret Service agents in tow. 

Staying close to dad: President Trump and his wife Melania are planning to retire at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, after they leave White House life behind in January.

Staying close to dad: President Trump and his wife Melania are planning to retire at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, after they leave White House life behind in January.

Same plan? Tiffany's sister Ivanka Trump is believed to be moving to Miami with her husband Jared Kushner and their three kids

Same plan? Tiffany’s sister Ivanka Trump is believed to be moving to Miami with her husband Jared Kushner and their three kids 

Speculation: Ivanka and Jared, both 39, reportedly purchased a $31 million plot of land on Miami's 'Billionaire Bunker'

Speculation: Ivanka and Jared, both 39, reportedly purchased a $31 million plot of land on Miami’s ‘Billionaire Bunker’ 

In October, Tiffany rang in her 27th birthday in Miami and visited Papi Steak in South Beach, where co-owner David Einhorn presented her with an enormous three-tiered cake decorated with nearly a dozen photos taken from her Instagram account.

The following night, Tiffany toasted her big day at Swan Miami, where she sipped on a green cocktail to match her dress and enjoyed a sweet dessert feast.

When she wasn’t living it up, she was campaigning for her father across the Sunshine State, though the family’s efforts weren’t enough to win him a second term.  

President Trump and his wife Melania are planning to retire at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, after they leave White House life behind in January. 

The glitzy town is only a little over an hour north of Miami, where Tiffany’s sister Ivanka Trump has already purchased land to build a property. 

Speculation has been swirling that Ivanka will run for the U.S. Senate in Florida in 2022 after it was revealed that she and her husband Jared Kushner reportedly bought a $31 million plot of land on Miami’s ‘Billionaire Bunker.’  

Waiting game: Tiffany, who celebrated New Year's Eve at Mar-a-Lago, has yet to take the bar exam since graduating from Geogetown Law School in May

Waiting game: Tiffany, who celebrated New Year’s Eve at Mar-a-Lago, has yet to take the bar exam since graduating from Geogetown Law School in May 

Flashback: Tiffany, pictured in 2018, has an apartment in New York City, where she lived before moving to Washington, D.C. for law school

Flashback: Tiffany, pictured in 2018, has an apartment in New York City, where she lived before moving to Washington, D.C. for law school 

With mom: Tiffany visited a ski resort with her mother Marla Maples (center, right) over the holidays. She'll be leaving her mom behind in New York if she moves to Miami full-time

With mom: Tiffany visited a ski resort with her mother Marla Maples (center, right) over the holidays. She’ll be leaving her mom behind in New York if she moves to Miami full-time 

The land is nestled in Indian Creek, a highly exclusive neighborhood that touts beautiful waterfront homes and tons of privacy.

The island, found off the coast of Miami, got the nickname ‘Billionaire Bunker’ because of the high-profile residents that have settled onto the island, including model Adriana Lima and billionaire businessman Carl Icahn of New York City. 

Many believe that Ivanka and Jared will no longer be welcome in the same elite social circles they once ran in before her father became president — with her close friend Georgina Bloomberg admitting that it would be ‘difficult’ for the couple to return to Manhattan life. 

‘I think right now it’ll be a bit difficult for them coming back, because obviously this is something that is still very fresh and stoking everybody’s fire,’ she told the Daily Beast in November. 

Georgina hopes that in the future people ‘will hopefully welcome them back’ — however, many reports have suggested that Ivanka and Jared may well be ‘shunned’ by the high-powered New Yorkers they once called friends.

Tiffany, who has an apartment in New York near her mother Marla, may have similar reservations about returning to the Big Apple, where she lived before she moved to Washington, D.C. to attend law school and be closer to her father. 


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