WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 25: Tiffany Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump, walks on stage before pre-recording her address to the Republican National Convention inside an empty Mellon Auditorium on August 25, 2020 in Washington, DC. The novel coronavirus pandemic has forced the Republican Party to move away from an in-person convention to a televised format, similar to the Democratic Party's convention a week earlier. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
The Stunning Transformation Of Tiffany Trump
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Tiffany's Parents
Tiffany Trump, the unplanned daughter of Donald Trump and Marla Maples, was born amidst Trump’s scandalous affair with Maples while he was still married to Ivana Trump — which eventually led to their divorce. Trump admitted in a 1994 interview that Tiffany was one of the main reasons he married Maples.
Single Mother
Trump and Maples separated after four years of marriage in 1999. According to Maples, Donald Trump was “a good provider” and “loves his kids” but Maples raised Tiffany as a single mother and the mother-daughter duo remained quite close, with Tiffany revealing “We were always together, driving me to school, carpooling, singing songs.”
Normal Childhood
After the split, Maples moved herself and Tiffany across the country, with Tiffany explaining “She moved us out of New York to get out of the spotlight and let me grow up and find my own identity versus being in the shadow of a name.” However, Tiffany still traveled in affluent circles and went to a private school.
Instagram Celebrity
Over the years, Tiffany has gained over a million followers on social media after palling it up with other rich kids and posing alongside the likes of Kyra Kennedy, and fashion designer Andrew Warren. Once her dad announced his presidential bid, however, Tiffany’s feed morphed from a series of selfies to shots of her with her family.
Music Business
Tiffany was just 17 when she released the single “Like a Bird” hoping to become a pop star someday, but the track received a lukewarm response. “[Music is] more of a hobby right now, but we'll see in a couple of years if I actually do want to take it to the next level,” she told Oprah Winfrey the year it was released.