- Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos met in Mykonos in July 2018 and got engaged in January 2021.
- They're getting married at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club on November 12.
- Trump and his ex-wife, Tiffany's mother Marla Maples, are both involved in planning the event.
Boulos grew up in Lagos, Nigeria, where his family owns a multibillion-dollar conglomerate of companies, according to Page Six. He was studying project management at City, University of London, when he met Tiffany, who was studying law at Georgetown, on vacation in Mykonos.
Tiffany graduated from law school in 2020 and works as a legal research assistant at Georgetown University Law Center.
Boulos proposed in the White House Rose Garden with a 13-carat emerald-cut diamond ring worth $1.2 million, according to People magazine.
The couple announced their engagement on Instagram the day before Trump left office in 2021.
President Joe Biden's granddaughter Naomi Biden will hold her White House wedding days later on November 19.
Trump and Biden were classmates at the University of Pennsylvania as undergraduates.
The private club in Palm Beach, Florida, made a number of headlines and served as the first family's getaway throughout Trump's presidency. The FBI executed a search warrant on the property in August.
Eric and Lara Trump also held their wedding at Mar-a-Lago in 2014.
Page Six reported that both Trump and Maples are planning Tiffany's wedding.
Trump and Maples married two months after Tiffany was born in 1993, and divorced in 1999.
It's possible that some of Tiffany's celebrity friends, such as Lindsay Lohan and Abigail Breslin, will make the 500-person guest list.
Days before the wedding, Mar-a-Lago and its surrounding coastal residential areas were under mandatory evacuation orders because of the storm, Insider's Kimberly Leonard reported. The Washington Post reported Donald Trump didn't want to leave.
A Mar-a-Lago employee confirmed to Insider that the club had reopened on Friday, just in time for Trump and Boulos' welcome dinner.