Tiffany Trump was a blushing bridesmaid this weekend. The daughter of Donald Trump and Marla Maples served as the maid of honor in her aunt Danielle Haynes’ wedding in Dalton, Georgia.
The youngest Trump daughter, 22, took to her Instagram on Saturday, September 17, to share a few photos of herself in her pink dress. “Saturday down South,” she wrote, alongside one snap of herself standing in the middle of a scenic road surrounded by the countryside. “#proudmaidofhonor.”
The real estate scion followed up with another image with her date, her boyfriend, Ross Mechanic. Trump performed her maid of honor duties in a strapless, floor-length gown and styled her blonde tresses in a wavy side ponytail.
Maples, who also wore pink to the wedding, proudly followed up with additional family photos from the special day, including images of the bride, the father-of-the-bride, and the maid of honor.
“Selfie w/our beautiful bride to be 👰🏻@daniellemapls as she goes to meet her handsome groom…” the former Dancing With the Stars contestant wrote. “The most glorious bride & day ever ❤️ love love love you both so much!!”
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Maples, 52, also shared an image of herself with her father, writing: “Happy Sunday Morning✨ Me & my daddy Stan just before my lil sister’s wedding. Blessed to share in Dean & Danielle’s wedding day.”
She added of her newlywed sister: “I can’t get enough of my little sister Danielle as the most beautiful & inspiring bride! 💖👰🏻 I am 4ever grateful you are in my life!”
Just this past week, Maples gave an interview to the Daily Beast about her ex-husband’s ongoing bid for the presidency. During that candid chat, the former model spoke openly about her concerns about Tiffany, who moved to NYC this year after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania.
“My daughter is back here wanting to get to know her dad and spend more time with him,” Maples noted. “And I have to really respect that and I do respect that in every way. I was fortunate enough to raise her in California really on my own.”
She and GOP presidential nominee Trump were married for four years until they separated in 1997. At the time of the split, Maples moved Tiffany from Manhattan to the West Coast. “Of course, as a child, you want to be able to get to know your father better, too,” Maples added. “If her father ends up being there [the White House], I’m gonna make sure she’s really prepared with the issues that are important to her and have been important to me as a mom in raising her, that she will be an active part in pushing these things through.”