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Everything you need to know about Eric Trump

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This is what you need to know about the second Trump son. Photo: Reuters

Eric Trump is the middle child of the Trumps and the youngest child of Donald Trump and ex-wife Ivana. As the executive vice president and trustee of the Trump Organization, the Eric Trump net worth hovers at about $150 million.

What else do we know about him?

Eric Trump is the tallest Trump.

At 6-feet 5-inches, Eric has three inches on his father and four on his older brother. Ivanka is the next tallest at 5–feet 11-inches.

Just like Donald Jr., Eric Trump’s wedding was held at Mar-a-Lago.

In 2014, Eric married Lara Yunaska, a television producer for Inside Edition, at his father's family estate in Palm Beach, Florida. The future-Mrs.-Lara-Trump broke her wrists in a horse riding accident two weeks before the big day and wore fancy bridal casts on both wrists, Town and Country reported.

 

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Eric Trump is soon-to-be a dad.

Eric and his wife Lara announced in March that they are expecting their first child. The baby boy is due in September.

Eric Trump is winning at wine.

In a family where being No. 1 is the only things that matters, Eric is a “rising star” in the wine business. Trump Winery in Virginia launched in 2011 and Trump’s second son was named the 2013 Rising Star of the Year by Wine Enthusiast.

Eric Trump, the scholarly rebel.

Rather than attend the University of Pennsylvania like his father, brother and sister, Eric attended Georgetown in Washington D.C. Eric’s half-sister, Tiffany Trump, is set to attend Georgetown Law in the fall.

Eric Trump’s Secret Service name is “Marksman.”

Eric's moniker is “marksman” and his older brother’s is “mountain man,” most likely referring to the brothers' affinity for hunting exotic game, 20/20 reported.

Photos of the two posing with carcasses of animals like leopards and elephants drew ire from groups like PETA.