Tiffany Ariana Trump was born the fourth child of American businessman and politician Donald Trump on October 13th, 1993, in Florida, U.S. Her parents divorced when she was six years old and she was raised by her mother, actress and TV personality, Marla Maples, in California. Tiffany is the only child of her father’s second marriage, and she has three older half-siblings (Don Jr., Ivanka and Eric) and a younger half-brother (Barron), from his father’s other marriages.
Aside from her studies, Tiffany has ventured into the music and fashion worlds. First, she released a song in 2011 called “Like a Bird” and was considering pursuing a career in the music business. In 2015, she was an intern at Vogue, and has also worked as a model.
In 2016, Tiffany graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (her father also studied there) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology. In 2020, she became a Doctor of Law from Georgetown University. After graduating, Tiffany stayed on at Georgetown University Law Center as a research assistant.
Although Tiffany isn’t as involved in politics as the rest of her family, she did appear in numerous events and conventions to support her father as he ran for President of the U.S. in the 2016 and 2020 elections.