Michael Boulos, 25, who marries Tiffany Trump, 29, is heir to two billion dollar businesses

Lebanese-American businessman Michael Boulos will soon become the latest member of the Trump family when he marries Tiffany Trump at Mar-a-Lago on November 12.

The couple’s romance dates back to the summer of 2018 when Tiffany was vacationing with Lindsay Lohan in Mykonos, Greece. The couple met at Lohan’s club.

Since then, they have been inseparable. Boulos, 25, who has a reported net worth of $20 million, decided to put a ring on it in January 2021.

Like his future wife, Boulos is heir to a billion dollar fortune through the family business, Boulos Enterprises and SCOA Nigeria. These companies are run by his billionaire father, Dr. Massad Boulos, who in 2018 briefly stood for election in Lebanon.

At the time of his son’s engagement, Massad told DailyMail.com: “It’s great news, it’s been an amazing love story and it will continue to be… It’s just a chapter that they now begin on a long journey of hopefully love and prosperity.’

Boulos pictured with his father after graduating from the private Regent’s University in London where he studied business management

From a Christian Lebanese family that eventually settled in Nigeria, 23-year-old Michael was born in Houston, Texas, the second of four siblings.  The Boulos children were largely raised in Lagos, where residents were shocked to be ridiculed, along with other African nations, by President Trump in 2018 as

Boulos pictured with his brother, Fares, in a Rolls Royce in their youth in Lagos, Nigeria

The newly married couple pictured with ex-President Donald Trump in June 2021

The newly married couple pictured with ex-President Donald Trump in June 2021

Tiffany Trump posted this photo showing Boulos proposing to her a year after their engagement.  She wrote in the caption:

Tiffany Trump posted this photo showing Boulos proposing to her a year after their engagement. She wrote in the caption: “One year later, forever”

Boulos Enterprise was formed by Massad and his brothers, Anthony and Gabriel. The family was introduced to Nigeria by their father, George, who was a goldsmith who emigrated to the country in 1936 in order to sell precious metals.

According to Crunch Base, the family business imports Suzuki products to Nigeria and distributes other motorcycle parts in at least ten West African countries.

The groom grew up in Lagos, Nigeria but was born in Houston, Texas. He is the second of four siblings. He spent time in his youth in the village of Kfaraakka in northern Lebanon, near the Syrian border. It is not known at what age he moved to Africa.

His mother, Sarah Boulos is the founder of the Society for the Performing Arts in Nigeria. In 2020, Sarah expressed her evangelical Christian faith in an interview with Seele Magazine.

Michael, 23, got engaged to the ex-president's youngest daughter, Tiffany, 27, just days before her father left the White House.

The couple got engaged just days before her father left the White House

DailyMail.com spoke exclusively with Michael's tycoon's father, Dr Massad Boulos, in 2021 when he expressed his joy at his son's engagement to Tiffany and the prospect of marriage to Mar- a-Lago.

DailyMail.com spoke exclusively to Michael’s tycoon father Dr Massad Boulos in 2021 when he expressed his joy at his son’s engagement to Tiffany and the prospect of a wedding at Mar-a-Lago

While living in Nigeria, Michael was a student at the American International School in Lagos. According to a City & Country Characteristically, Michael was known to the staff of the exotic nightclub, Spice Route, during his studies.

The same report quoted Tiffany’s mother, Marla Maples, as saying, “I love Michael.”

He is also a graduate of Regent’s University, London, where he studied business management and holds a master’s degree from the City, University of London.

While studying in London for three years, he lived in a lavish $1.2 million ‘student flat’ with rent of $3,000 a month near Regent’s Park.

The block is a favorite of wealthy overseas students attending London Business School or Regent’s University and is within walking distance of the trendy cafes and cosmopolitan shops of St John’s Wood.

Neighbors included Tom Ford, Damien Hirst and Sasha Baron Cohen.

A former neighbor said: ‘He was typical of children from wealthy families staying here. I sometimes heard loud music coming from the apartment.

Boulos pictured with his new mother-in-law Marla Maples on his wedding weekend in 2021, Maples said of him:

Boulos pictured with his new mother-in-law Marla Maples on his wedding weekend, in 2021, Maples said of him: ‘I love Michael’

On Boulos’ now-deleted LinkedIn page, he titles SCOA Nigeria as Associate Director, a role he has held since 2016.

He names one of his other employers as Fadoul Group, a distribution company in Africa of which he is a director. The current wife of Boulos’ father is Zouhair Fadoul, the founder of the Fadoul group.

Boulos is listed as a global commercial director on the website of Royalton Investments, a company that leases luxury real estate and yachts to its clients.

In addition, Boulos is an associate director of the Canadian investment company Caillian Capital Group.

The couple live in Miami, as of 2021 Boulos’ father told DailyMail.com he feels his son is unlikely to return to Nigeria.

He said: “Probably not, I imagine they will probably move to Florida for the foreseeable future.”

Massad added: “He is involved in various aspects [of the family business] but currently he is in the United States and he has been working on his own projects lately.

Asked about the possibility of his son’s wedding taking place at Mar-a-Lago, Massad said: “It would be amazing, it’s a fantastic place, but of course it’s his decision, not mine.”

Boulos uses the inspirational quote, “Every day is a new beginning, step away from what could have been and look at what can be” on his Instagram bio.

He has previously spoken enthusiastically about his future father-in-law, former President Donald Trump.

At the time of the 2020 election, which Trump lost, Boulos said on Instagram: ‘[Trump] wants to bring jobs back to the United States He wants to invest in the United States He wants to cut taxes. He wants to give people choice and freedom.

Boulos continued, “He goes against the big tech companies that have such a big influence on us today. He opposes the big pharmaceutical companies. The list is endless and endless.

Speaking of Trump’s efforts in the Middle East, Boulos said, “We’ve seen what he’s done in the Middle East region.”

He continued: “I mean, four historic peace agreements in the last two or three months. This is unheard of for 25 years. There has not been a single peace agreement between any nation in this region.

As Boulos’ father told DailyMail.com in 2021: ‘[Trump is] best president in recent US history; and the one with the greatest accomplishments by far.

Michael was college-educated in London while his actor brother Fares claims a fleeting appearance in the second series of Netflix's The Crown, playing the non-speaking role of director Ken Russell (circled)

Michael was college-educated in London while his actor brother Fares claims a fleeting appearance in the second series of Netflix’s The Crown, playing the non-speaking role of director Ken Russell (circled)

Fares is also branching out into his own brand of ¿rap¿, releasing a music video on YouTube in which he apes a Jamaican accent, performing against the backdrop of Caribbean slums under the stage name ¿Farastafari¿.

Boulos’ brother, Fares, is also branching out into his own brand of “rap,” posting a music video on YouTube in which he apes a Jamaican accent, performing against the backdrop of Caribbean slums under the stage name “Farastafari.”

The future Trump family member has two sisters, Oriane and Sophie, as well as an aspiring actor/musician brother, Fares, who goes by the nickname Farastafari in his music career.

In 2018, Fares appeared in an episode of Netflix hit The Crown where he played filmmaker Ken Russell.

His father told DailyMail.com: ‘He was always brilliant at school and great with people – they both did – but Fares decided to act quite early.

Fares, who lives in central London, also had a small role in Fantastic Beasts.

In an online CV, he described himself as a “white, Los Angeles-educated Nigerian actor”, per acting coach Constance Tillotson.

“Constance is known as one of LA’s top acting coaches and writes regularly for Backstage,” he adds. “Now that I live in London, I would like the best representation.”

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