Tiffany Trump takes the runway. (Photo: Getty Images)
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s 22-year-old daughter Tiffany Trump is making a name for herself. While her famous dad hit the Sunday morning talk show circuit, Tiffany took to the runway at the Just Drew presentation at New York Fashion Week.
Tiffany — whose mother is Marla Maples, the Donald’s wife from 1993 to 1999 — strutted down the runway in an ensemble created by her childhood friend Andrew Warren.
While Donald’s three eldest children, Donald, Ivanka, and Eric, work with him, Tiffany was raised by her mother in California after her parents split when she was 5. She once aspired to be a pop star and even recorded a single, “Like a Bird,” when she was 17.
Tiffany Trump and mom Marla Maples remain close. (Photo: Getty Images)
However, she later began studying business at the University of Pennsylvania, just like her father before her. Big sis Ivanka famously helped Tiffany land a coveted internship for Vogue, and her father revealed to People in 2014 that “she’s got all As at Penn, so we’re proud of her.”
Tiffany obviously feels the same way about her famous father. She’s supported him at Republican debates and at campaign stops. In November, Tiffany appeared with her siblings on an episode of 20/20 about her father’s candidacy and explained why she believes he should be president.
The candidate stands with his family. (Photo: Instagram)
“He’s true to himself,” the college senior said. “And he speaks in a way that the average person can understand. I think that’s refreshing for everyone.”
Later, she added that, “I’m so happy to be Tiffany Trump, happy to be in the family I’m in.”